The Good Fight

Season 4
Season 4 finds Reddick, Boseman & Lockhart forced to adapt when they become a subsidiary of a giant multinational law firm. Diane navigates a new corporate landscape while investigating a mysterious memo, and Adrian and Liz face an unexpected legal battle based on their own lives.


June 26, 2024

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The legal drama takes a sharp turn in Season 4 of The Good Fight. Reddick, Boseman & Lockhart, the firm Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) helped rebuild, faces a major shakeup. They are forced to merge with STR Laurie, a massive multinational law firm, becoming a small subsidiary within the corporate giant.

This sudden change throws the entire firm into disarray. Diane struggles to adjust to the new corporate culture, clashing with the rigid hierarchy and profit-driven mentality of STR Laurie. Meanwhile, Adrian Boseman (Delroy Lindo) and Liz Reddick (Audra McDonald) grapple with the challenges of navigating a complex corporate structure while maintaining their commitment to social justice.

The season isn't just about adjusting to a new firm. Diane becomes fixated on a cryptic document known as "Memo 618," a document within STR Laurie that seems to hint at a dark secret. Her investigation into the memo leads her down a rabbit hole of corporate corruption and potential wrongdoing.

Adding a touch of personal drama, Adrian and Liz find themselves facing an unexpected legal battle. A provocative new play draws inspiration from their past divorce, and they must fight to protect their privacy and control their own narrative.

However, Season 4 of The Good Fight was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the shortened season, it continues the show's tradition of sharp wit, social commentary, and exploring the complexities of the legal system. It delves into themes of corporate greed, the fight for justice within large institutions, and the line between reality and fiction.  While some storylines remain unresolved, the season offers a compelling glimpse into the changing landscape of the legal world and the challenges faced by those who fight for what they believe in.

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