The Good Fight co-creators reveal details about season 6. The Good Fight premiered in 2017 on CBS All Access, CBS's streaming service that evolved into Paramount+.

It's a spin-off of The Good Wife, a legal drama following former lawyer Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) as she returns to her law career after a scandal involving her husband surfaces.

Both The Good Wife and The Good Fight were created by showrunners Michelle and Robert King and co-creator Phil Alden Robinson.

The two join Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) 's law firm and eventually become partners at the firm. Throughout each season,

The Good Fight tackled political topics like the #MeToo movement, the rise of the alt-right, and fake news.

The show's attempts at timely content are not always well-received; last year, Selena Gomez slammed The Good Fight for an insensitive kidney transplant joke.

While the show is committed to accurately portraying timely events, season 6 seems like it will also involve some speculative elements, like showing the U.S.

The creators are insisting that portraying impending violence is the best way they could think of ending the story, but finishing up the show in that way is definitely a big risk.