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The Good Fight: Season Two

4 discs. 11+ hrs. dist. by CBS Home Entertainment, cbshe.com. 2018. DVD UPC 032429312952. $39.98. SDH subtitles. F/TV
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In the second season of this stylish legal dramedy, the Chicago law firm of Reddick, Boseman and Lockhart is reeling from the November 2016 presidential election and a series of violent attacks on local attorneys. As new personnel arrive and others depart, junior associate Maia (Rose Leslie) continues to deal with her father's flight from prosecution, associate Lucca's (Cush Jumbo) career takes an unexpected turn, and named partner Diane (Christine Baranski) tries to regain control of her personal and professional lives. Similar to its Emmy Award-winning predecessor, The Good Wife, supplementary story lines are topical with a twist and in this season, more political. Featuring an exceptionally strong supporting cast and cameo appearances in recurring roles; the scripts are smart, funny, and not infrequently surprising. To the delight of its many fans, this CBS All Access series has been renewed for a third season.
VERDICT Selected by Entertainment Weekly as one of the ten best shows of 2018, the second season of The Good Fight does not disappoint.

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