Where to watch The Good Fight online in Australia

Olivia Harris 30 November 2017

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When one man embezzles everyone’s money and takes everything from them, two women must find a way to earn back their reputation and the trust of everyone around them.

The American legal and political drama The Good Fight picks up just a year after the ending to The Good Wife and is a direct sequel.

A financial scam has destroyed a young lawyer’s (Rose Leslie from Game of Thrones) reputation and she is forced out of her law firm, ending her promising career. Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) is forced out of retirement when her goddaughter’s career is ruined by the financial scam, which also cleaned out her own savings.

In order to pick themselves back up, they join Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) at one of Chicago's preeminent law firms, but they have to start at the bottom of the corporate ladder. Together, the two women work hard to earn back their reputation and their savings.

The first season premiered on February 19, 2017 on CBS. A second season has been renewed and is in pre-production. To watch The Good Fight online in Australia, look below for each season’s streaming and downloading links.

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Released 2017

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