The Good Fight

The Good Fight: Diane Lockhart's Allies and Enemies Assemble in New Photos

Fact: Wherever Diane Lockhart goes, drama (and glamour!) is sure to follow.

CBS All Access has released a new batch of photos from its upcoming Good Wife spinoff The Good Fight, giving us a closer look at Diane’s various friends and frenemies — though we suspect those lines will find a way of blurring themselves as the season progresses.

Currently on #TeamDiane, we have Good Wife fan favorites Luca Quinn (played by Cush Jumbo) and Marissa Gold (Sarah Steele), as well as Diane’s niece Maia Rindell (Game of Thrones‘ Rose Leslie). There’s also Colin Morello (The New Normal‘s Justin Bartha), a lawyer in the State Attorney’s office; Barbara Kolstad (Justified‘s Erica Tazel); and Robert Boseman (Blood & Oil‘s Delroy Lindo), a powerful attorney with his eye on Diane’s clients — and her clientele.

These new photos also offer a first look at Paul Guilfoyle and Bernadette Peters as Maia’s parents. Together, the trio is known — unofficially, of course — as the “First Family of Chicago.”

The Good Fight makes its broadcast debut on Sunday, Feb. 19 at 8/7c on CBS. Additional Season 1 episodes can be found on subsequent Sundays on the network’s new streaming service CBS All Access.

Browse our gallery of Good Fight photos, then drop a comment with your thoughts on the series below.

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  1. Steven says:

    I’m so excited for this you have no idea.

  2. Alec says:

    So so soooo excited for this.

  3. Douglas from Brazil says:

    The lesbian part of the show feel forced into the plot. CBS trying to be ABC?

  4. Kevin says:

    Rose Leslie was great on GoT.

  5. Butch says:

    I have doubt that after the first episode there will be many people wondering what happened to the show, not realizing that there is something called CBS All Access and that they will have to pay to see the rest of the series. No matter how much it is promoted there will be people who will not understand that except for the 1st episode, this is a streaming only series. Sounds like it will be a good show, its a shame it won’t be available to people unable or unwilling to subscribe to another service.

  6. Bryan87 says:

    Very excited for this show. The cast is excellent and the setup sounds great for a spinoff. But i admit I’m a tad worried about it being strictly limited to CBS AA as well.

  7. keniri says:

    I’m not expecting this series to last. They already have a strike against it: CBS All Access. Second, without Marguilles, the series simply doesn’t stand a chance because she brings name recognition to the series. Finally, before I say anything, I love Delroy Lindo’s body of work, but while he’s an accomplished movie star, every TV series he’s attached to seems to get canceled. Chicago Code, Blood and Oil, Believe, Mercy, Kidnapped … it doesn’t say a lot. Expect The Good Fight to follow suit.