Check Out "The Good Fight" on CBS Sunday Nights

Source:  CBS

Source: CBS

Critics love "The Good Fight," a spinoff of CBS's "The Good Wife" starring Christine Baranski. But viewers without a subscription to CBS's paid streaming service (CBS All Access) may have missed out on watching the first three seasons. That is why on Sunday nights this summer CBS is showing the first three seasons to prepare fans for season four coming next year.

According to CBS, the show picks up one year after the events of the final episode of "The Good Wife." An enormous financial scam has destroyed the reputation of a young lawyer while simultaneously wiping out the savings of her mentor and godmother Diane Lockhart, played by Baranski.

"The Good Fight" is the brainchild of Michelle and Robert King, who also created "The Good Wife." Broadway Stages is grateful that the Kings and CBS chose our studios in Greenpoint Brooklyn to film both shows. The Kings' latest creation, "Evil," will air on CBS this fall. And like those other two shows, "Evil" was filmed right here in Brooklyn at one of our studios.

Be sure to check out "The Good Fight" on Sunday nights on CBS all summer, and keep an eye out for news on the upcoming season four, filming now at Broadway Stages.

CBS's "Evil" Debuts at San Diego Comic Con

This fall, CBS will explore the origins of evil. Last week, lucky attendees of San Diego Comic Con got a sneak peek at the network's terrifying new show aptly called "Evil," filmed right here at one of our studios in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

The show is the latest venture from Michelle and Robert King, who also created "The Good Wife" and its spinoff "The Good Fight," also filmed here at Broadway Stages. According to CBS, "Evil" is a psychological mystery that follows the adventures of forensic psychologist Kristen Bouchard who joins a priest-in-training and a carpenter as they investigate the church's backlog of unexplained mysteries. Whether investing supposed miracles, demonic possessions, or hauntings, their job is to assess if there's a logical explanation or if something truly supernatural is at work. If the trailer is any indicator, the show will be truly frightening.

Stars Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Michael Emerson, Aasif Mandvi, and the Kings discussed the show at Comic Con last week. Following the panel discussion, the pilot episode debuted to a packed house. Attendees reportedly jumped out of their seats during one particularly chilling scene.

We are so excited to see the latest collaboration between the Kings, CBS, and Broadway Stages, and we thank them for their loyalty to our studios and contributions to the New York film industry. Watch the cast and creators discuss the show, check out the trailer, and tune in to CBS on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 10 p.m. ET for a scary good time.

Broadway Stages, "Blue Bloods," and "The Good Wife" Sponsor Community Toy Drive

Thank you to Elizabeth Hulsen and the Community Council of the 94th Precinct for bringing together such a wonderful group of kids for a successful toy drive. This year, nearly 100 kids received toys, built gingerbread houses, decorated reindeer antlers, enjoyed snacks with Santa, and took photos in the booth.

Broadway Stages Co-Sponsors National Night Out 2014

Broadway Stages, CBS's "The Good Wife" (filmed at Broadway Stages), and Greenpoint YMCA sponsored the Night Out Against Crime, an event celebrating and promoting safer neighborhoods. In Greenpoint, the 94th Precinct discussed ways to prevent crime and highlight neighborhood watch groups and other crimefighting efforts. Thank you to Betty Hulson and the crew of the 94th Precinct Community Council for putting together another amazing event full of food, rides, and music.