CBS All Access ‘The Good Fight’ Features Partial Flesh and Racy Language

by Devon Thomas  |  01.09.2017

CBS All Access unveiled a no-holds-barred trailer of the original series The Good Fight, premiering Sunday, Feb. 19.

The series is set one year after the finale of The Good Wife, and the trailer shows main characters Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) and her goddaughter, Maia (Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie).

In the two-minute trailer, Diane’s goddaughter Maia is an inexperienced new lawyer whose good name has been tarnished by a huge financial scam that also has left Diane insolvent. The two pair up with Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) at a top law firm in Chicago, as Diane finds a new lawyer to clash with. Carrie Preston also will have an arc on the series.

The trailer, which features plenty of flesh and racy language (an uncensored version of the same trailer includes an F-word dropped by Diane and the bare buns of Lucca Quinn’s male lover).

Baranski and Jumbo star in the series, along with Leslie, Delroy Lindo, Sarah Steele, Justin Bartha, Erica Tazel, Paul Guilfoyle and Bernadette Peters.

RELATED: CBS All Access Releases First Trailer, Key Art for ‘The Good Fight’

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