Paramount+ Unveils Final Season Trailer for The Good Fight (TV News Roundup)
Paramount+ has released the official trailer for the sixth and final season of “The Good Fight,” which is set to premiere exclusively on Paramount+ on Thursday, Sept. 8.
The 10-episode final season follows Diane as she struggles with the sense of déjà vu following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, to voting rights, to Cold War aggressions returning.
“The Good Fight” stars Christine Baranski, John Slattery, Sarah Steele, Michael Boatman, Nyambi Nyambi, Charmaine Gingwa, with Audra McDonald and Andre Braugher. Alan Cumming and Carrie Preston guest star.
Robert and Michelle King serve as showrunners and executive producers on the series, which they co-created with Phil Alden Robinson. Baranski, Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, Liz Glotzer, William Finkelstein, Jonathan Tolins, Jacquelyn Reingold and Nelson McCormick also executive produce. “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.
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ABC has shared a first look for the third season of “Big Sky,” which will be titled “Big Sky: Deadly Trails.” The show is set to premiere on September 21, airing weekly on Wednesdays. New series regular Reba McEntire will narrate the season, which promises more Montana, mystery and murder. The new set of episodes will follow private detective Cassie Dewell, played by Kylie Bunbury, undersheriff Jenny Hoyt, played by Katheryn Winnick and newly appointed sheriff Beau Arlen, played by Jensen Ackles, investigating a local backcountry trip — led by McEntire’s Sunny Barnes — gone awry. Check out the trailer below.
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