The firm defends a TV writer who released an episode of a TV show, even though the network postponed airing it several times, ultimately benching the writers episode. Elsbeth returns to help the firm...
Unlike its predecessor series, The Good Wife (2009), this series from CBS All Access provides ample "premium sensibility", in that the "f" word and partial nudity are permissible where appropriate. See more »
I watched this show out of curiosity as someone taking a law class right now and actually found it pretty interesting. I always liked the character of Diane on The Good Wife and it's neat to see a very different type of law firm than the one on the Good Wife-- I'm honestly more invested in the success of the firm.
In a way, this reminds me of The West Wing. It's that same kind of fast paced, jargon-y, liberal comfort food. Rose Leslie's bad American accent is really distracting and I'm not all that into some of the random story lines but it's a great show to lean back and relax with on a Sunday night.
CBS has produced a very well-made drama that isn't necessarily groundbreaking but uses previous formulas and tropes in a captivating way.
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