Critic Consensus: Angry but still fun, The Good Fight confidently elaborates on current political events with its deftly fictionalized plots.
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Rage and fear aside, in the first three episodes screened for critics The Good Fight still also manages to be fun.
Good Fight squeezes enormously complex issues-immigration policy! The shifting composition of the federal judiciary!-into 50 minutes or less without sacrificing either nuance or the spiky edges of its characters.
The good news is that Christine Baranski is still there as Diane, though less poised now after being scammed out of her life savings and forced to start all over again.
The Good Fight always deserves a standing ovation. [Full Review in Spanish]
The Good Fight adeptly handles the tortious manipulation of reality, the so-called 'fake news.' [Full Review in Spanish]
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