Focus. It was the single most important aspect of CBS All Access’ The Good Fight during its first season. As it happens, its second season is no different. Our perception of the world we live in is shaped by our personal experiences, and those experiences by the information we focus on throughout our day-to-day lives. It’s this idea, especially during TGF's sophomore year, that’s lead me to believe that this series is less a look into the trials and tribulations of lawyers at a high-end Chicago law firm than a case study of the American people. How does one deal with the most globally traumatic event in recent history: The presidency of Donald J. Trump? The Good Fight has a few suggestions, all of them complicated.
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