Fox has picked up Canadian authorized drama “Diggstown” from Leisure One particular.

Developed by Floyd Kane, and starring Vinessa Antoine (“General Hospital,” “Being Erica”), the sequence from Canadian general public broadcaster CBC follows Marcie Diggs (Antoine), a star company attorney who reconsiders her priorities and moves to get the job done in a lawful-support business following her aunt commits suicide pursuing the pressures of a destructive prosecution. Among the a new group of ragtag lawyers, Marcie is driven by one thing: to in no way again make it possible for harmless life to be ruined by the justice method.

Fox has swooped for seasons 1 and 2 of the drama. The acquisition marks the hottest Canadian decide-up by a U.S. broadcaster — a trend that has developed in level of popularity in the final calendar year as the COVID-19 disaster has stunted production Stateside but has experienced a lot less of an effects north of the border.

The cast incorporates Natasha Henstridge (“Species”), C. David Johnson (“Street Legal”), Stacey Farber (“Grace and Frankie”), Brandon Oakes (“Arctic Air”), Shailene Garnett (“Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments”), Tim Rozon (“Wynonna Earp”), and Dwain Murphy (“Titans”).

“Diggstown” is co-manufactured by Circle Blue Leisure, Freddie Movies, Waterstar Enjoyment and DHX Media.

Kane is creator, executive producer, and showrunner, and Amos Adetuyi (“Jean of the Jones”), Brenda Greenberg (“Being Erica”), Karen Wentzell (“Seed”), Michael Donovan (“Bowling for Columbine”), Mark Gosine (“This Hour Has 22 Minutes”) and Todd Berger (“Wynonna Earp”) are executive producers.

Kelly Makin (“Saving Hope”) is the pilot director and government producer. “Diggstown” is manufactured in association with CBC and distributed internationally by eOne.

The deal was brokered by Dan Loewy, govt VP of Americas, eOne.