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It was a pleasant surprise to see a spin off of The Good Wife. In
general, (in my opinion) I find them to be lackluster and solely rely
on one character from the original series.
The Good Fight is a breath of fresh air, bringing in the supporting cast of the original in the 1st episode with cameo appearances from actors that had minor recurring roles in The Good wife. IE - Hon Judge Abernathy aka Russel Edgington from True Blood in the 2nd episode.
While I admit it seems a little odd not to have the great Julianna Margulies in the follow up series, the use of profanity caught me off guard coming from The Women's Network, which is where I watched the episodes. I will say it did encourage me to watch it further, as to my recollection, beefing up the language and not bleeping it out, has never been done before.
All in all, I think it has the potential to last as long as The Good Wife, It surely has a strong female cast, all heroines in their own right, which I would expect nothing less from the network I saw it on.
Looking forward to the next episode.
Edgy, intelligent, relatable, thoroughly entertaining. 2 episodes in
and eagerly awaiting the 3rd.
Each character brings their own to the atmosphere of diversity yet familiarity from the parent show, The Good Wife.
Unlike most spin-offs, The Good Fight has retained the drama yet upped the ante with cheekier scripting and surprise casting.
A welcome addition to this seasons rather blah line-up of other situation dramas.
Pretty good show, especially compared to what else is available these
days. I actually preferred the story without the political drama from
Alicia and the Governor. Does seem the writers have a couple of agendas
they have committed to, but as long as the story and acting are good I
can look past that stuff.
However, the first show is the only one I have watched because I refuse to pay the fee and agree to email ads from CBS and "partners" to be able to watch the show on line. I pay enough already for satellite TV.
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Highest rating is given to this spin-off from the acclaimed The Good
Wife, which unfortunately ended its very successful run last season.
Diane Lockhart, Christine Baranski, was superb here as she first witnesses the swearing in of President Trump and then announces her retirement from the firm.
A young associate comes to work for the firm whose parents are prominent people and friends to Diane. Go know that the father was a take-off on Bernie Madoff and Diane soon finds herself practically broke and unable to secure employment in another law firm. She is now regarded as a piranha as she had encouraged people to invest with the thief.
We see the young associate demoralized and Cush Jumbo comes to her rescue. Though they're on opposing sides of a lawsuit regarding alleged police brutality, Cush tells the girl, a lesbian, to stand tough as the allegations swirl around herself and the entire family.
Diane warns her husband to divorce her in order to avoid his accounts being frozen, but he seems adamant not to do so. Shall a reconciliation between the two be coming?
What the usual senile Howard says after he learns that a black law firm wants Diane to join them is disgusting, but unfortunately stated only too many unfortunate times.
What a great show! You never know what to expect next. So refreshing from some of the current shows airing on TV. Just love this one. I can't wait for the next show to air. Keep up the great work. Wonderful! For such a long time there was nothing to watch on TV. This show finally came to our homes with such intrigue! A very long time coming but well worth the wait. The cast is Great! What more can be said!
Managing partner of a big legal firm Diane Lockhart (Christine
Baranski) was about to retire and to live her remaining years with
luxury and peace. Her last obligation was to support the first steps of
her god-daughter (Rose Leslie) as an associate in her firm.
Unfortunately the things didn't go as it supposed and both women are
facing a fate they couldn't ever imagine (and also didn't reserved it).
The premise is interesting, the script and dialogues good and Christine Baranski's performance is great as the mighty lawyer who had fall. Pay attention especially to her breathing and microexpressions as she learns some bad news...
Just saw the pilot, and I'm up to see the 2nd episode with anticipation.
So, far the legal drama per se isn't such a major part of the show but I'm pretty sure this will change in the upcoming episodes.
Now that Suits infiltrate so much "buddy" elements among the 3 male leads, making it unbearable for many fans, you can check this series for legal drama and some powerful characters.
P.S. A spin-off of "The good wife", maybe better.
There was something missing in my life and when this show came out I
knew what it was...the good wife...after years of being so loyal to the
show i was so let down when it ended...(and I have to point out it
didn't end how I thought it should or could have)
Then BAM the good fight arrives and yes it sure is...the show gives a great fight as a spin off...probably one of the best yet.
It's early days yet but if it keeps up with the amazing dialogue then we have a winner people.
Love the original characters and very keen to see how the new ones develop.
It's like The Good Wife married The Jeffersons and let's cover all the bases and throw in some lesbians maybe a splash of a few gay guys. Also let's not forget to slam President Trump every chance we could.Let's make sure we hurt no ones feeling and we can all sing kumbaya.Try to keep the show real and not try to please everyone or you please no one.
Yep folks, i'll give 9 out of 10 ... i dunno why , maybe just not to look too generous... But boy... that Lucca Quinn played by Cush Jumbo , now that's a powerful act . Just for telling that abusive chap to "F..k off ! ", i mean the way she told it , deserve a Globe . And the rest , is as usual, all chaps and chapettes play really well, the rest of the crew - directors, writers, make ups, etc.- is up to the highest standards of course, and i can say that show will come well placed after Boston Legal and the first and maybe second season of the Suits. I wish them good luck and Break a Leg.
I've watched all of the Good Wife. This series seem OK so far.The only thing I personally don't like is the swearing i don't believe it belongs and I do swear it just docent fit. It seems they over use the word f@#$k.See i cant even write it hear so why is it on the show.I hope they slowly go back to the language they used in the Good Wife and Possibly bring Carey into it.To much to hope for Alicia.
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