Alicia has been a good wife to her husband, a former state's attorney. After a very humiliating sex and corruption scandal, he is behind bars. She must now provide for her family and returns to work as a litigator in a law firm.
It centers on an idealistic young doctor who begins his first day under the supervision of a tough, brilliant senior resident who pulls the curtain back on all of the good and evil in ... See full summary »
A former CIA operative (Cumming), who has since built a "normal" life as a gifted professor and writer, is pulled back into his old life when the NYPD needs his help to stop a serial killer on the loose.
Michael B. Silver
Like others here I felt this show had great promise and could potentially fill the hole left by the ending of The Good Wife. And while it does retain a lot of the good characters, subtle humour and well thought out plot lines of its predecessor, the jarringly obvious, repetitious and extremely unsubtle Trump references spoil it.
It's almost as if they got the cast together for a day, recorded a few dozen anti Trump scenes, and then edited them into the show afterwards. No doubt they also recorded a day's worth of praise be to Hilary scenes which would have been used instead had the election gone the other way.
Come on CBS. Trump won. Get over it.
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