Moving into The Good Fight season 3, it definitely does not feel as though the series is stepping away at all from taking on big, important subjects of conversation. Donald Trump’s name was invoked on a number of occasions throughout season 3, and it doesn’t appear as though that is going to change. This is a show that takes a hard look at the world, and it almost has to touch on current events given the way in which they impact some of the main characters.
For a little more clarity on this particular subject, you don’t have to look any further than what show executive producer Michelle King had to say on the subject via Entertainment Weekly while at the ATX Television Festival this week:
“Unlike most shows, we’re not only present day, we’re present day where the present administration is actually in charge. That gives us an opportunity.”
To go along with this, fellow executive producer Robert King added that the plan for season 3 is to have the series really take a closer look at the role of television within the media world, as well. This does allow for a few different opportunities, including giving us a chance as a viewer to better understand how TV influence can have some serious consequences across the world of politics and the law. If people see something on television, especially if it is a source that they consider to be quite trusted, they are more than likely to try and parrot it.
The Good Wife season 3 will premiere on CBS All Access at some point in 2019 — there is no specific premiere date for it just yet, but once there is a little bit more news on that subject we absolutely plan on having that for you here.
What do you want to see when it comes to The Good Fight season 3, and are you intrigued by the possibility of seeing television and the media explored in a more direct way? Share in the comments!
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