Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) will continue to resist the Trump Administration in Season 4 of The Good Fight. CBS All Access revealed Tuesday that the searing political satire is coming back for another season.
The series, which is a spin-off of The Good Wife, follows Diane's efforts to fight the good fight at one of Chicago's preeminent firms amid a surreal political climate that feels more like a computer simulation than actual reality.
Boldly roasting today's top White House officials through razor-sharp dialogue and outrageous storylines, like using manipulated audio to address Trump's pee tape scandal, Season 3 dove into even zanier territory with Shakespearean soliloquies, singing, and a woman claiming to be Melania Trump hitting up the firm to rewrite her post-nuptial agreement. The season also tackled the #MeToo movement when founding partner Carl Reddick (Louis Gossett Jr.) was posthumously exposed as a sexual predator and introduced a Roy Cohn-like figure in Roland Blum (Michael Sheen).
Seasons 1-3 of The Good Fight are now available to stream on CBS All Access.
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