“The Good Fight” Offers Auxiliary Court System
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It’s long been known that whenever any industry or field is operating inefficiently, it is ripe for disruption.
On Thursday nights, every member of my family would make sure that our schedule would permit 45 minute time slot available for us to gather in our family room for an episode of “The Good Fight“. It’s not just for its wit or style, but also the ingenious manner in which an alternative court system is being introduced. In this particular post, Windermere Sun would like to share a potential future disruption in the legal field, being presented by “The Good Fight“, an American legal drama produced for CBS’s streaming service CBS All Access (later Paramount+), starring Christine Baranski , Leslie, Jumbo, Erica Tazel, Sarah Steele, Justin Bartha, Delroy Lindo, Nyambi Nyambi, Michael Boatman, and Audra McDonald, and features Paul Guilfoyle and Bernadette Peters in recurring roles.
In this platform’s original scripted series, we are entertained with a variety of creative solutions to many different legal disputes. In the 5th season of this series, we are presented with the adoption of an auxiliary court system to help resolve our overloaded court system, with much humor, sensitivity, and awareness of topical issues and the impact of social media. It would be interesting if life would one day imitate fiction.
In the fifth season, Diane (Christine Baranski) is forced to question whether it’s appropriate for her to help run an African American law firm with Liz (Audra McDonald) when the firm loses two top lawyers. Meanwhile, Marissa (Sarah Steele) and the firm become entangled with Hal Wackner (Mandy Patinkin), a regular Chicagoan who decides to open his own courtroom in the back of a copy shop, in the video published on June 4, 2021, “The Good Fight | Season 5 Official Trailer | Paramount+“, below:
Law means nothing if people don’t feel respect for it. Brilliant~ In the video published on July 2, 2021, “Respect for Law/ The Good Fight Season 5 Episode 2 + Cute Ending Music“, below:
The Good Fight Season 5 Changes EVERYTHING.. Here’s Why! Welcome back to Screen Tremble. Today on the channel, we feature The Good Fight Season Five Everything you need to know. The Good Fight is a crime drama series from CBS. Starring Christine Baranski, Cush Jumbo, and Delroy Lindo. The Good Fight first went on air last 2017. It is currently on its fifth season. The CBS series follows the story of Diane Lockhart who lost all of her life savings and is trying her way back under a new firm. Watch this video to get the latest details regarding The Good Fight Season Five everything you need to know, in the video published on July 14, 2021, “The Good Fight Season 5 ChangesEVERYTHING. Here’s Why!” below:
Join this conversation with the creatives and cast of the critically-acclaimed drama THE GOOD FIGHT (Paramount+). In the fifth season, Diane (Christine Baranski) is forced to question whether it’s appropriate for her to help run an African American law firm with Liz (Audra McDonald) when the firm loses two top lawyers. Meanwhile, Marissa (Sarah Steele) and the firm become entangled with Hal Wackner (Mandy Patinkin), a regular Chicagoan who decides to open his own courtroom in the back of a copy shop, in the video published on July 9, 2021, “The Good Fight: Q&A with Creatives and Cast | ATX TV Festival Season 10“, below:
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