The last episode 7 of The Good Fight, was an episode that featured Diane (Christine Baranski), your anchor, as a terrible woman. Once again, the episode makes it clear that Judge Wekner (Mandy Patinkin) is not perfect, and so is the present. It’s interesting to see two canceled-culture suits delivered to Judge Wekner’s courtroom. Marissa (Sarah Steele) is the prosecutor in each. Marissa’s blow from Wekner was remarkable. With Judge Wackner using his energy and connections to offer Joey Battle an actual sentence in prison, it looks like an extra-official court might do a little investigation. He is lucky to have a prime agent on retainer.
Now we move on to The Good Fight Season 5 Episode 8, and we know fans are very excited. The season is heading towards its finale and will be over soon. There are only two episodes left after Episode 8. Season 5 will not be the final season. We are pleased to announce that Paramount Pictures has already renewed the series for a sixth and final season ahead of Season 5. If you want to know the release date of Episode 8 of Season 5, https://www.tvacute.com/ has the details you need to know. Paramount hasn’t released any spoilers or promos for this episode yet. We will update it immediately when it is released.
The Good Fight Season 508 Synopsis: Julius fights to defend himself in Wackner’s court in a surreal and harrowing effort to reclaim his car…and his dignity—all because of an alleged parking violation. Meanwhile, after focus group feedback threatens to sink Del Cooper’s reality show about Wacker, both Marissa and Wackner embrace different tactics to help revive the court. The episode was written by Laura Marks and directed by: Michael Zinberg
The Good Fight Season 5 Episode 8 Release Date
The Good Fight Season 5 Episode 8 will be available to stream on Thursday, Aug 12th only on Paramount+ (runtime approximately 50). You can also watch the full series on Amazon, iTunes, and VUDU. All of these paid services require you to purchase their subscriptions.
The Good Fight Season 5 Episode 7 Recap
Wekner (Mandy Patinkin) delivered two judgments. First, a college professor has been fired for using the n-word. Marissa (Sarah Steele) admits the professor was unfairly quashed but upped her game after realizing it. The professor is eventually sentenced to clean the college bathroom. In the second case, a comedian masturbated in plants in front of several women. Marissa confronts Wekner sentenced the comedian to three weeks in prison. Diane and Liz handle the family of an unarmed black teenage girl who died after being molested by a white police officer. They continue their search for the judge to render a wrong verdict. A TV commentator casts Diane (Christine Baranski) and Liz as a lesbian couple.