Catching Up On Season 4 Of The Good Fight


imageEver since I was a kid, I have loved watching legal dramas. To me, they are more interesting than medical dramas as the men and women in legal dramas are always so feisty and willing to go all out for their clients. So I have watched just about all of them from The Practice, Boston Legal, Ally McBeal, Suits, Law & Order, Eli Stone, The Good Wife and its spin-off The Good Fight which is now in its 4th season.

The Good Fight is more wacky than The Good Wife and that’s why I find it has more entertainment value. The best episode of the 4th season has to be the 4th episode where there’s a lot of chemistry between one of Reddick, Boseman & Lockhart’s partners, Liz Reddick and one of the associates played by Hugh Dancy. In the 4th season, the firm is now a subsidiary of multinational law firm, STR Laurie. The focus is on what is Memo 618 which is spooking the judges in the show. The memo is passed to the judges who then reuse themselves. This dramas just keeps getting better and better.