The “emotional resonance of ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ the Dior-cloaked backstabbing of ‘The Devil Wears Prada,’ combined with the sun-drenched bed-hopping of ‘Entourage‘” — that’s how TV show creator and executive producer David Hemingson describes “The Deep End,” a television series being shot at The Joule hotel in downtown Dallas.

He says the “saucy, salty” show depicts the trials and travails of first-year lawyers in the winningest firm in the West and explores the “tension between keeping the lights on and doing the right thing,” which Hemingson says informs most businesses and firms.

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