CBS, Jerry Bruckheimer, and former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder team up.

By Ali Esquivel

Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will collaborate with Jerry Bruckheimer to produce a TV series based on Holder’s experiences at the White House.  The drama series will be called Main Justice and will be produced for CBS. Back in July, Jerry Bruckheimer signed a TV deal with CBS and this is the first product of this deal.

Eric Holder was appointed by President Barack Obama as the 82nd U.S. Attorney General from 2009 to 2015. The series will be centered around his experiences as America’s youngest Attorney General as he investigates the biggest and most complicated cases in the country.

The series will be written by Sascha Penn, who will be producing along Holder, and Bruckheimer. They will be joined by producers from Jerry Bruckheimer TV and CBS Studios, Jonathan Littman and Kristi Anne respectively. Jerry Bruckheimer TV is responsible for CBS’s popular CSI series. It has two shows currently airing The Amazing Race on CBS, and Lucifer on Fox.