The Good Fight has been renewed for season 6

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Photo credit: Patrick Harbron - CBS
Photo credit: Patrick Harbron - CBS

The Good Fight has been renewed for a sixth season by Paramount+.

The TV network confirmed the show's fate on Tuesday (July 20), with the Emmy-nominated drama going on to fight more legal battles.

Speaking about the show's renewal (via Entertainment Weekly), Nicole Clemens, Paramount+ President of Original Scripted Series, mentioned that the show "remains as relevant as ever".

Photo credit: CBS
Photo credit: CBS

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"The Good Fight's provocative, whip-smart, and no-holds-barred world remains as relevant as ever, continuing to entice new audiences as one of Paramount+'s top-performing original series and acquisition drivers," Clemens explained.

"We are thrilled to continue The Good Fight's enduring legacy with a sixth season and can't wait to see what the brilliant minds behind the series, Robert and Michelle King, tackle next."

The legal drama, which is a spin-off and sequel to The Good Wife, first aired in 2017 and follows the life of Diane Lockhart (played by Christine Baranski) as she starts over and gets a job in a new law firm.

Photo credit: Patrick Harbron - CBS
Photo credit: Patrick Harbron - CBS

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Starring alongside Baranski in The Good Fight season five is Audra McDonald, Sarah Steele, Michael Boatman, Nyambi Nyambi, Cush Jumbo, Delroy Lindo and Rose Leslie.

Earlier this month, the show aired an interesting revelation as the reason behind Liz Lawrence and Caleb Garlin's split was revealed. The Good Fight co-creators later explained that the break-up could've looked very different.

The Good Fight's fifth season is now available to watch in the US via Paramount+.

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