‘The Good Fight’ Releases Final Season Trailer (TV News Roundup)

Paramount+ has released the official trailer for the sixth and final season of The Good Fight, which premieres Thursday, September 8th exclusively on Paramount+.

The 10-episode final season follows Diane grappling with the déjà vu after falling from Roe v. Wade, the right to vote and the return of Cold War aggression.

The Good Fight stars Christine Baranski, John Slattery, Sarah Steele, Michael Boatman, Nyambi Nyambi, Charmaine Gingwa, with Audra McDonald and Andre Braugher. Guest stars Alan Cumming and Carrie Preston.

Robert and Michelle King serve as showrunners and executive producers on the series, which they co-developed with Phil Alden Robinson. Baranski, Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, Liz Glotzer, William Finkelstein, Jonathan Tolins, Jacquelyn Reingold and Nelson McCormick are also executive producers. The Good Fight is produced by CBS Studios in association with Scott Free Productions and King Size Productions. The series is distributed worldwide by Paramount Global Content Distribution.

Check out the official trailer below.

Also on today’s TV news:


roku announced that Outstanding+ will be launched later this month as a premium subscription on the Roku Channel. This makes the Paramount+ library directly accessible to consumers subscribing to either the $4.99 Essential plan, ad-supported, or the $9.99 Premium plan, ad-free. Paramount+ was previously available for use on Roku devices, but this allows users to subscribe to the service through the Roku Channel. Roku will also include a dedicated live TV guide so consumers can access all of Paramount+’s live content in one place. This includes live sports programming such as CBS coverage of NFL games, as well as breaking news from the CBS News Network and entertainment news from Entertainment Tonight. Premium subscribers also have access to their local live CBS station. The forthcoming addition will mark the first time live sports content is available to streamers on premium subscriptions.


ESPN Marketing Director Rachel Epstein was promoted to Vice President, espnW Marketing and Female Audience Expansion. She will have expanded responsibility for growing ESPN’s female audience and recently played a key role in the brand’s Fifty/50 initiative in honor of the 50th anniversary of Title IX. Epstein’s previous role as ESPN’s Senior Director of Marketing included overseeing marketing for ESPN’s brands and properties, including espnW, leading the annual espnW: Women + Sports Summit, and others. She will continue these responsibilities in addition to efforts to develop consistent strategy and impact in promoting the expansion of female audiences. Prior to her roles at ESPN and espnW, Epstein was part of the leadership team that launched Women’s Professional Soccer and was responsible for the league’s marketing, events and sponsorships.

Lisa Tucker will join Al Roker Entertainment as Senior VP of Development and Production. She is a two-time Emmy Award-winning executive producer, having previously worked at Picture This Television for more than a decade as an owner and executive producer, where she oversaw programming and development. At PTTV, Tucker developed and directed several series and pilots for a variety of networks including Bravo, Food Network, MTV, Oxygen, Nat Geo Wild and VH1. In her new role, Tucker will oversee all development of unscripted, scripted and branded entertainment, as well as serving as creative lead for all productions, guiding showrunners and making editorial decisions in collaboration with creative leads on individual projects. Tucker will report directly to EVP Tracie Brennan and Al Roker.


ABC has shared a first look at season three of “Big Sky,” titled Big Sky: Deadly Trails. The show premieres on September 21 and airs weekly on Wednesdays. New series star Reba McEntire will narrate the season, which promises more Montana, mystery and murder. The new episodes follow private investigator Cassie Dewell, played by Kylie Bunbury, undersheriff Jenny Hoyt, played by Katheryn Winnick, and newly appointed sheriff Beau Arlen, played by Jensen Ackles, as they investigate an upstate trip – led by McEntire’s Sunny Barnes – that goes awry . Check out the trailer below.

https://variety.com/2022/tv/news/paramount-plus-final-season-trailer-the-good-fight-tv-news-roundup-1235332439/ ‘The Good Fight’ Releases Final Season Trailer (TV News Roundup)

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