The Good Fight, Season 2

The Good Fight, Season 2

The Good Fight

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2018-03-03
  • Advisory Rating: TV-MA
  • Episodes: 20
7.6/10
7.6
From 56 Ratings

Description

In season two of The Good Fight, the world is going insane, and the Chicago murder rate is on the rise. Amidst the insanity, Diane, Lucca, Maia, and the rest of the law firm find themselves under psychological assault when a client at another firm kills his lawyer for overcharging. After a copycat murder, the firm begins to look at its own clients suspiciously. Meanwhile, Diane battles with a new partner at the firm, Liz Reddick-Lawrence (Audra McDonald); Maia becomes tougher after her parents' scandal puts her on trial; and Lucca is brought back into Colin's orbit.

Episodes

Title Time Speed
1 Day 408 49:40 43,613 KB/Sec Download
2 Day 415 49:57 36,125 KB/Sec Download
3 Day 422 51:06 45,938 KB/Sec Download
4 Day 429 51:01 20,238 KB/Sec Download
5 Day 436 53:45 47,414 KB/Sec Download
6 Day 443 49:39 37,573 KB/Sec Download
7 Day 450 52:13 48,780 KB/Sec Download
8 Day 457 53:40 20,728 KB/Sec Download
9 Day 464 51:20 23,163 KB/Sec Download
10 Day 471 48:25 49,552 KB/Sec Download
11 Day 478 51:33 49,711 KB/Sec Download
12 Day 485 39:11 28,319 KB/Sec Download
13 Day 492 54:59 39,111 KB/Sec Download
14 Character Profile: Diane Lockhart 01:27 50,716 KB/Sec Download
15 Character Profile: Lucca Quinn 01:24 31,540 KB/Sec Download
16 Character Profile: Maia Rindell 01:27 37,213 KB/Sec Download
17 Christine Baranski's Master Class On Act 02:06 21,176 KB/Sec Download
18 The Good Fight DP Explains His Creative 01:39 24,891 KB/Sec Download
19 The Good Fight Director Brooke Kennedy O 02:48 20,259 KB/Sec Download
20 Dressed For Success 02:08 21,904 KB/Sec Download

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Reviews

  • Way too political

    1
    By lauralnn
    Enough - we get your point of view
  • RMBLYMRMBL

    5
    By Sam Boogie
    Incredible season! Top marks on the acting, writing and complexity that are hallmarks of this amazing show. Anyone who doesn’t like this has exceedingly low IQ and is simply against American and human values. Fire SeasonπŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
  • Awesome show and cast

    5
    By SRT-TV
    i can't get enough of the show and it's storylines. They are not afraid to go there and it is rather refreshing. You can tell everyone is having a great time with their roles. I can't wait for season 3
  • FAKE NEWS AND DNC

    1
    By Paintmebeautifil
    THIS SHOW COULD HAVE GONE WITHOUT EPISODE 7. HOW UTTERLY LAME AND SMALL MINDED.
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    3
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  • Ruined a great package

    2
    By trust me
    This show had it all -- excellent cast, smart writing and plots, rich sets. Then the writing fell off a cliff with a truly weird Trump obsession. Entertainment is ultimately escapism and this show fails at that. Hoping future seasons recapture the smart stories and sharp writing of The Good Wife or even Season 1 of the Good Fight. It's sad to see so much potential be wasted.
  • Extroardinary Television, reaches greater heights than The Good Wife ever did

    5
    By diabro
    Season 2 is nothing short of miraculous. Can't believe it made it to air. Thank god for the Kings.
  • Fantastic!

    5
    By Moschell
    Just as good as season one. Terrific characters, storylines and performances. Yes it’s political, but there’s so much more to this show than just politics. Great drama. Great relationships. If you’re racist or a Drump supporter, you won’t like this show. Bravo!
  • VThanks

    4
    By Djjfn
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  • Wow -- and not in a good way

    2
    By mizzimbra
    I bought the whole second season and after watching the first episode of it, I'm regretting it. I'm not giving much away -- Diane takes an illicit drug she bought from a bartender she's never met? What? She's so much smarter than that and it just didn't make any sense. I feel like the writers are trying to be edgy and R-rated just for the sake of. The idea that the firm is working on the Obama presidential library was unnecessary -- I understand wanting to be current but it needs to be believeable, and I'm not impressed by fantasy. Jane Lynch plays a good character, and I love Cush Jumbo, Sarah Steele and Delroy Lindo, but I just feel like the writers got lost with too much freedom or something.

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