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‘Good Fight’ Duo Michelle and Robert King Have Concerns About Where Hollywood Is Heading

The sixth and final season of Paramount+’s The Good Fight makes a strong case that the world might be ending. Riots fill the streets, grenades are hurled into crowded elevators and suicidal birds bloody office windows during its Sept. 8 premiere. If the series’ creators, Michelle and Robert King, are feeling the same low-boil panic […]

‘Evil’ Scores Speedy Season 4 Renewal at Paramount+

Paramount+ will continue to be Evil. The Paramount Global-backed streamer has handed out a speedy season four renewal for Robert and Michelle King’s former CBS drama Evil. The news arrives mere weeks after season three of the series starring Katja Herbers and Mike Colter launched its third season on the platform. “Evil continues to expand […]

‘The Good Fight’ to End With Season 6 on Paramount+

The Good Fight, the first scripted original series for the former CBS All Access, is coming to a close. The previously announced sixth season will be its last. The final season of the series from creators/showrunners Robert and Michelle King will debut Thursday, Sept. 8, on Paramount+. “We’ve loved fighting The Good Fight these last six […]

Robert and Michelle King Set ‘Happy Face’ Drama at Paramount+

The Good Fight and Evil creators Robert and Michelle King have set their next series at Paramount+. The married showrunners are adapting the Happy Face podcast as a live-action scripted original series for the ViacomCBS-backed streamer. The straight-to-series order, which has been in the works for more than a year, is inspired by the true-crime […]

Bob Newhart, Lena Dunham, ‘Evil’ Co-Creator, More Remember Peter Scolari as a “Thoughtful” Hard-Working “Mensch”

Upon hearing news of Peter Scolari’s death on Friday, actors, creators and other Hollywood figures honored the Bosom Buddies star and shared their love and sadness on social media. Scolari had been living with cancer for two years at the time of his death. He was 66. Bob Newhart, who co-starred with Scolari on the […]

Michelle and Robert King on ‘Evil,’ ‘The Good Fight’ and Leaning Into the Absurd

[The following interview contains spoilers for Evil and The Good Fight.] Paramount+ drama Evil finished its second season over the weekend. In addition to layering on a few more bonkers elements to the theological thriller — Christine Lahti’s “cool grandma” character now appears to be in league with cannibalistic Satanists — the series tempted one […]

Robert and Michelle King Ink Rich New CBS Studios Overall Deal

Two of CBS Studios’ most important producers are staying in-house. The Good Fight creators Robert and Michelle King have inked a rich new five-year overall deal to remain with the ViacomCBS-backed studio. The pact, sources say, is valued in the mid-eight figures. “Robert and Michelle represent an elite class of producers who consistently deliver intelligent, […]

Spectrum’s ‘The Bite’: TV Review

'The Good Wife' creative duo Robert and Michelle King attempt to blend satire with COVID and zombies in a six-episode Spectrum original featuring Audra McDonald and Taylor Schilling.

‘The Good Fight’ Creators Sign With UTA

'The Good Fight' and 'Evil' creators Robert and Michelle King have signed with UTA for representation in all areas.

A3 Artists Agency Launches Literary Division With Former Paradigm Execs

A3 Artists Agency is launching a literary division with the hire of former Paradigm Talent Agency execs Andy Patman and Adam Kanter.

Critic’s Notebook: ‘The Good Fight’ Leaves the #Resistance Behind in Signature Bonkers Style

With twists involving Harvey Weinstein and Hillary Clinton, the fourth-season premiere of CBS All Access' 'The Good Fight' pushes its critique of aspirational white feminism to brilliantly loony new heights.

‘The Good Fight’ Stages Surreal Return: A Hillary Presidency, “Trump TV” and a Free Weinstein

'Good Fight' creators Michelle and Robert King talk through the season four premiere, a "thought experiment" that takes place in a reality where Hillary Clinton is president — and Harvey Weinstein is still thriving.