Source: Emily Nussbaum
Last Thursday, fans of “The Good Fight”—the darkly funny Trump-era spinoff of “The Good Wife,” created by the married showrunners Robert and Michelle King, which is currently airing, barely, on the locked-garden streaming site called CBS All Access—were faced with something unusual. A placard reading “CBS HAS CENSORED THIS CONTENT” filled the screen, silently, for eight and a half seconds. To many viewers, it looked like a joke. It wasn’t.