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‘The Good Fight’: “Chaos” Is Anything But as Season One Draws to a Close

"Chaos" is a near-perfect ending to a near-perfect season of a near-perfect series.

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‘The Good Fight’: “Self-Condemned” Offers Needed Wins, Familiar Faces, and Bad News for Maia

Is Maia going to jail? Did Colin Sweeney just become a good guy?

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‘The Good Fight’ Offers Unexpected Portrayals of Difficult Topics in “Reddick v. Boseman”

A pastor, sexual abuse claims, a slimy lawyer and a botched suicide all paint a glorious picture as this first season winds down.

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‘The Good Fight’: A Fast Resolution Saps Some Energy from “Not So Grand Jury”

A too tidy and convenient resolution this week can only mean that the Kings come back with chaos and discord next week, right?

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‘The Good Fight’ Offers Jarring Developments in “Social Media and Its Discontents”

In this episode ambiguity ramps up to 11, Maia doesn't know who to trust, and hate-speech is amplified, and confronted.

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‘The Good Fight’ Goes Meta in “Stoppable: Requiem for an Airdate”

The return on Elsbeth Tascioni marks the best The Good Fight episode yet, even if that means Maia might be getting played by her father.

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“The Schtup List” Is Full of Surprises and Suspense for ‘The Good Fight’

What we thought we knew? Perhaps we shouldn't have been so sure. Plus, terrorism and political donors in the Age of Trump.

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‘The Good Fight’ Gets Its ‘Good Wife’ on in “First Week”

In "First Week", moral ambiguity, a Good Wife judge, and an affair pay tribute to the series that spawned it.

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Baranski, Jumbo, and Leslie Fight ‘The Good Fight’ In the “Inauguration”

In its debut episode, The Good Fight reminds us precisely how great The Good Wife once was, while setting its own course.

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BrainDead, Season 1, Episode 1, “The Insanity Principle ...”

The Kings don't quite hit it out of the park with their first post-The Good Wife effort, but the pilot makes the series worth coming back to.

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19 May 2016 // 2:30 AM

‘The Walking Dead’: Negan as Sadomasochistic Fantasy

Hot dad and sadistic villain -- why casting Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan works so well.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 22 - “End”

The Good Wife says goodbye in perfect fashion, with happiness as that elusive, impossible-to-catch fish.

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‘The Good Wife’s’ Ambivalence: Saying Goodbye to a Hesitant Heroine

Alicia’s ambivalence often tips her character into anti-hero territory, but it also registers a deep discomfort with the narratives available to and limited by her role as the “good wife”.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 21 - “Verdict”

The series' penultimate episode doesn't disappoint with its drama and intrigue. All that's left now is a series of questions we can only hope will be answered next week.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 20 - “Party”

A family affair marks what has to be the final time we'll see some of our favorite The Good Wife characters.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 19 - “Landing”

The NSA, Canada, an arrest, the return of Kurt McVeigh and a looming divorce. Yep. We're right back where we started.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 18 - “Unmanned”

Finally, The Good Wife makes its final turn down the final road -- and finally, the sadness of it all coming to an end begins to set in.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 17 - “Shoot”

Alicia Florrick doesn't know who she is, and she's loving every minute of it.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 16 - “Hearing”

What's the best way to face down the demons of Will Gardner? Become him.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 15 - “Targets”

What'll it be, The Good Wife? Will your emotions cloud your judgment? Or, perhaps, will they clarify it?

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