The Good Fight Season 6 Confirmed Paramount+ Release Date Status And Coming In Sep 2022
The Good Fight is a legal drama produced for CBS All Access and later released on Paramount+, a CBS-owned streaming service. It’s the site’s first original scripted series. The series is a spin-off and independent sequel to Robert King, Michelle King, and Phil Alden Robinson’s The Good Wife. The series follows Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart as she loses her job and joins Lucca Quinn at one of Chicago’s most prestigious legal firms after an enormous financial swindle destroys her goddaughter Maia’s reputation and Diane’s finances.
If you’ve been wondering whether The Good Fight’s final season has been renewed or canceled, we have some exciting news for you. As we’ve put together a quick rundown of everything you need to know about the official release date, narrative, and cast, you can get excited about the series’ final chapter. Here’s everything we know so far about The Good Fight Season 6.
Is Season 6 of The Good Fight confirmed?
Yes, fans of this superb legal drama TV series can finally rejoice because it has been confirmed that the series will return for one final chapter. The series was renewed for a sixth season in July 2021, and it was announced that the season would end in May 2022. CBS also shared the renewal news with its Twitter followers, writing, “It just keeps getting better and better #TheGoodFight has been renewed for another season at @paramountplus!”
The Good Fight Season 6 Release Date
The final season of the series will be released on September 8, 2022, in the fall of this year. As a result, it is a good indication that the series is on track to premiere on time and that viewers will not have to wait long to dive into the new episodes without any major delays in the production of the new season.
— CBS Studios (@CBSTVStudios) May 27, 2022
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The Good Fight Season 6 Cast
We’d like to point out that Season 6 of The Good Fight may introduce some new cast members as well as the departure of some existing characters, with more information to come and is formally confirmed by the network. Meanwhile, the original cast members of the show are expected to reprise their roles in the upcoming season.
The series’ main cast members are as follows:
- Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart
- Rose Leslie as Maia Rindell
- Erica Tazel as Barbara Kolstad
- Cush Jumbo as Lucca Quinn
- Delroy Lindo as Adrian Boseman
- Sarah Steele as Marissa Gold
- Justin Bartha as Colin Morrello
- Nyambi Nyambi as Jay DiPersia
- Michael Boatman as Julius Cain
- Audra McDonald as Liz Reddick
- Michael Sheen as Roland Blum
- Zach Grenier as David Lee
- John Larroquette as Gavin Firth
- Charmaine Bingwa as Carmen Moyo
- Mandy Patinkin as Hal Wackner
The recurring cast members of the series include:
- Tamberla Perry as Charlotte Hazlewood
- Hugh Dancy as Caleb Garlin
- Chasten Harmon as Bianca Skye
- Wayne Brady as Del Cooper
- Wanda Sykes as Allegra Durado
- Tony Plana as Oscar Rivi
However, the network has confirmed that André Braugher will be playing a new character, Richard Lane, a showman lawyer and rainmaker who is forced to become Liz’s new partner. According to a press release from Paramount+, Richard is “a wild mix of brilliance, geniality, religion, and joyful hedonism.” In a nutshell, he’s a pain.
— The Good Fight (@GoodFight_CBS) March 9, 2022
Where To Watch The Good Fight Season 6?
The Good Fight is currently streaming on Paramount+. You can also rent or buy The Good Fight on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu, which offer a variety of membership plans based on the user’s preferences. Furthermore, the series is only available to watch on the CBS official website, where the episodes are published after they air on the channel at the designated time slot, which the network will release in a few days.
Is there any trailer for The Good Fight Season 6?
Why is Good Fight Season 6 the final season of the series?
According to an interview with TVLine, the Kings’ decision to call it quits was motivated by quality control issues and exhaustion. They also confirm that it was their decision to end the story in a way that satisfied the viewers.
“We got tired,” Robert chuckles before going on to explain, “and we looked at how we were building Season 6 and felt that if there was ever a time to end the show, it was [now], given the cataclysmic nature of the season.” And, as good as the show was at reacting to the zeitgeist, it felt like it would repeat itself if we kept going.”