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The Good Fight

The Good Fight

Paramount+ 2017

Picking up one year after the events of the final broadcast episode of "The Good Wife", an enormous financial scam has destroyed the reputation of a young lawyer, Maia Rindell, while simultaneously wiping out her mentor and godmother Diane Lockhart's savings. Forced out of her law firm, now called "Lockhart, Deckler, Gussman, Lee, Lyman, Gilbert, Lurie, Kagan, Tannebaum & Associates", they join Lucca Quinn at one of Chicago's preeminent law firms.

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The 10 Best Episodes of The Good Fight

The Good Fight - S1E7

#1 - Not So Grand Jury


Season 1 - Episode 7

Mike Kresteva takes his case against Reddick, Boseman & Kolstad to a grand jury, but the firm devises a grand jury strategy of their own to hamper Kresteva's efforts. Colin finds himself in an awkward position in court.

The episode was rated from 2038 votes.

The Good Fight - S1E10

#2 - Chaos


Season 1 - Episode 10

Diane takes on a new client who is accused of cyber-terrorism, resulting in unforeseen repercussions for the firm, especially Lucca. An accident brings Diane and Kurt together. Henry reveals new truths about the scandal to Maia.

The episode was rated from 1910 votes.

The Good Fight - S1E5

#3 - Stoppable: Requiem for an Airdate


Season 1 - Episode 5

Lucca defends a TV writer-producer in a copyright infringement case with ties to the President of the United States. Meanwhile, Mike Kresteva takes aim at Reddick, Boseman & Kolstad.

The episode was rated from 2072 votes.

The Good Fight - S4E5

#4 - The Gang Goes to War


Season 4 - Episode 5

Following their secret rendezvous, Liz and Caleb find themselves on a case together, defending a soldier court-martialed for sabotaging the weapon of his superior officer.

The episode was rated from 463 votes.

The Good Fight - S2E13

#5 - Day 492


Season 2 - Episode 13

The FBI question Diane as part of a job background check on Kurt, leading to unexpected and serious consequences. The mayor of Chicago invites Adrian and Julius to join a 'think tank' tasked with figuring out how to spend funds that will address the "Kill All Lawyers" problem. Chaos ensues in the delivery room after Lucca goes into labor early.

The episode was rated from 958 votes.

The Good Fight - S2E6
#6 - Day 443
Season 2 - Episode 6

Adrian becomes an overnight celebrity after his candid appearance on a cable news show goes viral. Lucca, who has yet to formally announce her pregnancy, worries about her future at the firm. Meanwhile, Adrian's newfound cable news fame grabs the attention of Chicago's top law firm and the jury of his latest case.

The episode was rated from 1077 votes.
The Good Fight - S4E4
#7 - The Gang is Satirized and Doesn't Like It
Season 4 - Episode 4

A former divorce client, Duncan Herz, seeks the firm’s help, claiming a buzzy new play running in Chicago is based on his divorce and shares specific details that unearth more than just his dirty laundry. Diane attempts to get to the heart of Memo 618 when a missing case leads her to the corporate overlords themselves, STR Laurie.

The episode was rated from 489 votes.
The Good Fight - S2E12
#8 - Day 485
Season 2 - Episode 12

While on his way to court with Maia and a witness, Jay is being arrested by the police. When Diana and Liz rush to help him out, they discover that it is an immigration issue and federal agents are about to deport him. Meanwhile, Adrian goes back to work.

The episode was rated from 986 votes.
The Good Fight - S2E10
#9 - Day 471
Season 2 - Episode 10

Reddick, Boseman and Lockhart is left in disarray after a partner at the firm becomes the latest "Kill All Lawyers" victim by an unknown assailant. The Chicago police chief causes a stir when he goes after the firm's high profile clients Lemond Bishop and Colin Sweeney as potential suspects. Amidst the chaos, Colin is reminded of his true feelings for Lucca.

The episode was rated from 1040 votes.
The Good Fight - S1E1
#10 - Inauguration
Season 1 - Episode 1

After a financial scam destroys the reputation of lawyer Maia Rindell, while wiping out her mentor and godmother, Diane Lockhart's, savings, Maia and Diane join one of Chicago's preeminent law firms.

The episode was rated from 2274 votes.

Last updated: jan 20, 2022



The Good Wife left me wanting more, and to my surprise they delivered. After 10 superb episodes I keep wanting more from them, they took the best from The Good Wife and made The Good Fight with a lot more at stake and keeping you at the edge of your seat. A familiar feel but a more exhilarating pace, one that The Good Wife did not have which makes it different and honestly keeps you hooked. I loved The Good Wife and they ended it on a high note in my opinion, with this they deliver a new story with more punch. The introduction of the new characters with multiple story lines just keeps you wanting more. This must not be missed - The Good Fight - stop reading a go watch it, can't wait for Season 2!


This show has gone so far left that there isn't anything left to do beside I guess ending it at this point. Sometimes I think watching this show is like watching CNN. I think what Hollywood keeps getting confused is that they think we care about their political views. We do not. We just want you to do your job and that is producing something entertaining so that when we watch it we can escape our reality rather than indulging into more of it. If I wish to catch the latest news I can just tune in to a news channels.


If this is anything like The Good Wife then we are in for a hell of a series, can't wait!


Was sort of looking forward to Season3, but it is now so political that it's mostly unwatchable. I don't care for either political party. But this show is so far left now it's like looking at the daily news/nightly talk shows headlines. This is not entertainment. It's a propaganda show.


Since the initial episodes, this series became highly favoured TV for me and I have now placed it in my top 40 list. THE GOOD FIGHT began by co-opting the creme du la creme talent of THE GOOD WIFE: Christine Baranski, Cush Jumbo, and then added another talented Brit, Rose Leslie, to the core cast. With great writing and the first season casting of some tried and true talent: Paul Guilfoyle and Bernadette Peters, it was off to a great start. Although I thought THE GOOD WIFE faded away and needed to end, this series was a Phoenix rising from the ashes. I initially gave it an 8 (superb) out of 10, expecting it to rise. The second season was 9s (superb) all the way, so, now, at the end of season 2, I'm giving the whole series a 10 (best television) rating out of 10 [Legal Drama] If you haven't seen any of it, I highly recommend this as one of your summer binges!


Fantastic!!!! The Good Wife was unmissable but I feel The Good Fight is better. It's not so focused on one person as The Good Wife was which makes it more interesting and diverse. It's well worth watching.


I never watched The Good Wife but these first two episodes have captured my interest. Can't wait to enjoy this show.


I was a big fan of _The Good Wife_ and I loved the first two seasons of _The Good Fight_, but holy hell did it go to shit in the third season. Let me preface by saying I'm a progressive and a staunch feminist. That being said, I still found season 3 unbearable. It's pandering, plain and simple: while _The Good Wife_ regularly plundered the headlines and wore its politics on its sleeve, it still tried to tell a compelling story and presented its ideas in a nuanced manner. The character of Kurt, for instance, was created specifically to represent a more conservative point of view and present a foil for Diane's progressive views. In so doing, it gave us fantastic character drama. Well, all that is gone in season 3. Now we get [spoiler]flashes of Eric and Don Junior as Diane throws axes to relieve her utter hatred of the Trump Administration. We get Diane arguing with a Trump-shaped bruise on her husband's shoulder, lamenting "Where did the men go wrong."[/spoiler] We get Schoolhouse Rock-like interjections featuring shitty music that wink so hard at the audience that the writers must have sprained their eyelids writing them. Again, my problem isn't with the show's political views. It's with the inane manner in which they've abandoned all objectivity and nuance to give us a bizarre, one-sided revenge fantasy where Diane rages on and on about Trump's existence. It's entertainment for the liberal echo chamber, not a clever discourse on modern politics. And meanwhile, the characters have devolved into caricatures. If you liked how _The Good Wife_ featured quasi-realistic courtroom drama, tough luck, the courtroom action no longer makes any damn sense. And so I'm out. Although the first two seasons made it feel like _The Good Wife_ could go on forever, I guess this is the moment I have to say goodbye. You folks had a good run, but somewhere along the way you bought your own cleverness and forgot to tell a gripping drama.


Stop watching because of hatred towards President Trump. The writers need to grow up. Hilary LOST!!!


The character Maia seems to be surprised (even hearing her own name) all the time on the verge of crying all the time the first few episodes, it's so annoying. And she such a naive character like she was born yesterday. Is it like this the whole series ? The clichés are ridiculous, the characters not believable like they're from a comic.

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