Trevor Morris has signed on to score the TV series adaptation of the legal thriller The Firm. The show is based on the bestselling novel by John Grisham and the feature film adaptation starring Tom Cruise. Josh Lucas stars as attorney Mitchell McDeere who brought down the prestigious Memphis law firm of Bendini, Lambert & Locke, which operated as a front for the Chicago mob. After a difficult decade, McDeere and his family now emerge from isolation to reclaim their lives and their future, only to find that past dangers are still lurking and new threats are everywhere. Juliette Lewis, Callum Keith Rennie, Molly Parker and Natasha Calis are co-starring in the show. David Straiton (House, Fringe) directed the pilot and Helen Shaver (Judging Amy) is producing alongside Lukas Reiter (Law & Order), John Morayniss (Hung), Michael Rosenberg (Hung) and Noreen Halpern (Rookie Blue). NBC has ordered 22 episodes of The Firm. The series is set to premiere early next year as a mid-season replacement and is scheduled to air every Sunday night on the network. For updates on the drama, visit the official show website.

As previously reported, Morris also has the drama Fire with Fire starring Josh Duhamel and Bruce Willis coming up. The composer has also been hired to score the drama Bending the Rules. The movie is directed by Artie Mandelberg (Saving Graceand stars Jamie Kennedy as a district attorney intent on taking down a New Orleans police detective, played by WWE star Adam Copeland aka Edge. Jennifer Esposito, Alicia Witt, Phillip Baker Hall and Jessica Walter are co-starring in the film produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Studios. No release date has been set yet for the film.

Coming up this weekend for Morris is Tarsem Singh’s Immortals. Visit our previous article for the soundtrack announcement. Also check out the video below for a look into the creation of the composer’s music for the film, including footage from the recording sessions.