Viola Davis Stars In New Lifetime Movie 'Custody'

How to Get Away with Murder's controversial lawyer Viola Davis steps into the role of a family court judge in Lifetime's new original movie Custody. It follows three women  -  a family court judge, a single mother and a recent law school graduate - whose lives collide and unravel during their case. Custody reminds us just how complex the court system really is - and those intertwined in it. Davis plays Judge Martha Schulman and also executive produced the film. Custody premieres Saturday March 4th at 8pm ET on Lifetime. Check out Davis talking about her role and the social services system below.

 
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