Lorraine Toussaint teases the “emotionally traumatic” finale of Showtime’s ‘Your Honor’

Your Honor star Lorraine Toussaint is teasing what to expect on the “emotional” finale of the hit Showtime series.

In the limited drama, which stars Bryan Cranston as Michael Desiato, a New Orleans judge who bends the law to protect his son, Toussaint plays Michael’s boss, chief justice Sara LeBlanc.

Toussaint tells ABC Audio that Sunday’s episode will make viewers question whom they should really trust.

“I think as we come to the finale, you really begin to question: Who are the heroes and who are the villains in this story?,” she explains. “We start out with it being fairly clear cut, but by the time we get to the end, it’s highly questionable.”

Toussaint says those constant deliberations on who’s right and who’s wrong — only add to the drama of the last episode, which the actress admits also stunned her.

“I read [the finale] and my jaw was on the floor for the last half of it,” she reveals. “So, without giving anything away, it’s heartbreaking. It’s disturbing — it’s racially disturbing. It’s emotionally traumatic. And, I think the finale will be quite shocking.”

The finale of Your Honor airs Sunday, February 14 at 10 PM ET on Showtime.

By Candice Williams
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