The CBS All Access drama is unlike the show it spun off from, The Good Wife. "As it turns out, the challenges of working a high-pressure job and having a baby give rise to all of the same social and moral questions that drive the program more broadly," says Janet Paskin and Jordyn Holman. "The Good Fight is the rare show with a deeply integrated cast—of the eight main characters, five are black, three are white; five are women; three are well past 50. Rounding out the mix, there’s at least one lesbian, an undocumented immigrant, a die-hard Republican, and (eventually) a single mom. A mix of overlapping identities means no character ever gets pigeon-holed as one thing." ALSO: The Melania Trump-themed episode is The Good Fight's boldest "Fun House Mirror" riff yet.