Watch ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Rose Leslie Put Up a ‘Good Fight’ in Season 2 Trailer (Video)



“The Good Fight” is back, and the lawyers are facing a rising murder rate in Chicago.
In the trailer above, Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski), Maia Rindell (Rose Leslie) and Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) begin to question their own clients after a lawyer at a neighboring firm is murdered by his client for overcharging.
Maia faces demons as her parent’s scandal puts her on trial, and it looks like her relationships get tested as a result.
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Delroy Lindo, Audra McDonald, Sarah Steele, Justin Bartha, Michael Boatman and Nyambi Nyambi also star in the show, created by “The Good Wife” creators Robert and Michelle King.
Watch the full trailer above.
“The Good Fight” returns to CBS on March 4.

February will fly by with all the new programming to watch on Netflix. Plus, you can pretend it’s Valentine’s Day every night with all of the Netflix and chilling you’ll be doing. Scroll through for our curated picks of shows and movies you won’t want to miss.
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Arriving February 1: “Ocean’s 13”
Prepare for the all-female reboot coming out this year by watching the third installment of director Steven Soderbergh’s “Ocean’s” trilogy. 
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Arriving February 2: “Altered Carbon” Season 1
With an aesthetic of Black Mirror meets Blade Runner, “Altered Carbon” tells the story of a man brought back to life after 250 years into a new body to solve a murder. “House of Cards” alum Joel Kinnaman stars next to James Purefoy. 
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Arriving February 2: “Coach Snoop” Season 1
Snoop Dogg is stepping off the stage and onto the football field in “Coach Snoop,” which follows the rapper through eight episodes as he teaches kids about football–and life–in the Snoop Youth Football League. 
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Arriving February 7: “Queer Eye” Season 1
Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, and Tan France are your new Fab 5 in Netflix’s reboot of the Bravo original “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.” Season 1 will take the group from New York to Atlanta, Georgia, to give makeovers and open minds. 
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Arriving February 9: “Seeing Allred”
Get to know the famous civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred a little bit better in this Netflix Original documentary about the women’s rights champion. 
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Arriving February 9: “My First Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman” Part 2: George Clooney
Movie star George Clooney joins Letterman on his Netflix talk show. He’s part of an impressive lineup including Barack Obama–Letterman’s first guest–Malala Yousafzai, Jay-Z, Tina Fey, and Howard Stern.
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Arriving February 16: “Everything Sucks!” Season 1
Go back to 1996 in Boring, Oregon: a simpler time when substitute teachers were just “educational” videos, delete meant whipping out the White Out, and, well, everything sucked. 
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Arriving February 18: “The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale”
“The Soup” alum is coming to Netflix to give you a weekly roundup of pop culture news, with new episodes airing on Sundays. 
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Arriving February 20: “The Frankenstein Chronicles” Seasons 1 and 2
From the BBC, Sean Bean stars in this period drama about something that does more than just go bump in the night in 19th Century London. 
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Arriving February 21: “Lincoln”
Daniel Day Lewis may be done with acting after his performance in the recently Oscar-nominated “Phantom Thread,” but you’d never know because you can re-watch his Oscar-winning performance as the sixteenth president in “Lincoln.”
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Arriving February 23: “Ugly Delicious”
Chef David Chang takes us on a food journey in the new docu-series “Ugly Delicious,” which will take a look at how food and culture go hand in hand. 
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Leaving February 14: “Family Guy” Seasons 1-8
Say goodbye to Peter, Lois and baby Stewie, because Netflix is saying goodbye to Quahog, R.I. on Valentine’s Day. Binge up!
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Leaving February 20: “Aziz Ansari: Dangerously Delicious”
Aziz Ansari’s comedy stand-up “Dangerously Delicious” is leaving the platform on Feb. 20. His Netflix specials, “Buried Alive” and “Live at Madison Square Garden,” will remain, along with his comedy series “Master of None.”
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From the “Queer Eye” reboot to David Letterman’s next interview

February will fly by with all the new programming to watch on Netflix. Plus, you can pretend it’s Valentine’s Day every night with all of the Netflix and chilling you’ll be doing. Scroll through for our curated picks of shows and movies you won’t want to miss.

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