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About this title

Storyline

Picking up one year after the events of the final broadcast episode of The Good Wife, an enormous financial scam has destroyed the reputation of a young lawyer, Maia Rindell, while simultaneously wiping out her mentor and godmother Diane Lockhart's savings. Forced out of Lockhart and Lee, they join Lucca Quinn at one of Chicago's preeminent law firms.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: February 19, 2017

Also Known As: Diane védelmében, Untitled the Good Wife Spin-off |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+, M), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

chicago, illinois
government
investigation
lawyer

Company Credits

Production Co: Scott Free Productions, King Size Productions |  See more »

Cast

Samantha Massell
as Esther
Marco Palou
as Damian
George R. Sheffey
as Officer Bellamy
Joby Earle
as Don
Ryan McCarthy
as Policeman
Hilary Bediako
as Naked Woman
Sean Patrick Thomas
as Geoffrey Payton
Mamie Gummer
as Nancy Crozier
Josh Mowery
as Lawyer
Stephen Hu
as Zhang Wei
Paulina Mondragón
as Clubgoer
Caroline Aaron
as Lucy Heinberg
Nick Choksi
as IT Expert
Emily Creighton
as Blum's Entourage
Mike Pniewski
as Frank Landau
Paulo Costanzo
as Keith Fisk
Kelsey Bair
as Young Associate
Denis O'Hare
as Judge Charles Abernathy
Brent Langdon
as Congressman
Michael Boatman
as Julius Cain
Cush Jumbo
as Lucca Quinn
Jeb Brown
as Chester
John Procaccino
as Judge Tom Glatt
R.J. Foster
as Alex
Ben Biggers
as Jimmy
Prema Cruz
as Laura Salano
Mike Keller
as Officer Privat
Jennifer Cody
as Tanya
Michael Sheen
as Roland Blum
Michael Paul Chan
as Judge Vincent Park
Robert Eli
as Ron Williams
Jon Michael Hill
as Jumaane Jenkins
Daniel Davis
as Professor Harrison
Joey Sorge
as Agent Boggs
Chris Sullivan
as Judge Dash Toosi
Rosemary Howard
as Legal Aid
Hugh Dancy
as Caleb Garlin
Michael Sean McGuinness
as Terrence Parnell
Anthony Cochrane
as Winston
Lance Roberts
as Aden
Ryan Jonze
as Hippie Dude
Denis Arndt
as Ron
David Rossmer
as Avi Epps
Jordan Bondurant
as Military Policeman
Leopold Lowe
as Federal Agent
Rahim Rosen
as Gallery Lawyer/Lawyer/Restaurant Patron
Byron Jennings
as Maurice Weintraub
Alex Trow
as Lisa
Tina Chilip
as Nurse Feverdoll
Jerry Adler
as Howard Lyman
John Cameron Mitchell
as Felix Staples
Christy Matino
as Bianca's Assistant
Kaan Akyol
as NSA Analyst
Ryan Vasquez
as Tall Associate
Kim Fischer
as Nurse #2
Clifton Duncan
as Malcolm X
Lilli Cooper
as Receptionist
Jonathan Tolins
as Nathan Joostlin
Phillip James Brannon
as Kevin Walker
Stephanie Nogueras
as Isabel Rivi
Sarah Golden
as Courtney Haight
Katrina Lenk
as Naftali Amato
Tim Nicolai
as AUSA
Kristen Carpenter
as Rosalie Richetta
Austin Durant
as Sidney Coulson
Mohit Gautam
as Yusuf
Bill Sage
as Joey Battle
Dana Aliya Levinson
as Sadie Lipton
Britt Faulkner
as Betty
Kathryn Kates
as Amelia Diamond
Wally Dunn
as Prospective Juror #2
Johanna Day
as Dr. Lola Pell
Elliott 'Lee' Cowart
as Lawyer
Lisa Tharps
as Marshal Helga Meyers
Kelli O'Hara
as Deirdre Kresteva
DeShawn Harold Mitchell
as Security Guard
Bernadette Peters
as Lenore Rindell
Charlie Hudson III
as Todd Knudsen
Keilly McQuail
as Zena
Emma Willmann
as Morgan
Samuel Ray Gates
as Tommy
James Sasser
as Federal Marshal
J.Stephen Brantley
as Bearded Enthusiast
Clint Ridley
as Paralegal
Keesha Sharp
as Naomi Nivola
Jaime Zevallos
as Lieutenant Colonel Jordan Vazquez
Jeff Williams
as Oscar Griegson
Kario Marcel
as Driver
Scott Drummond
as Sebastian Rose
Lexie Shoaibi
as Zoe
Mark Linn-Baker
as Judge Don Linden
Carolyn McCormick
as Ingrid Hill
Sarah Clements
as Kelsey Arrington
Alison Cimmet
as Parent #1
Scott Aiello
as Andrew Throeau
Ron Canada
as Andrew Hart
Gabby Beans
as Camille
Brandon Kazen-Maddox
as Hughes
Abdel Gonzalez
as Goose Lake Guy
Deanne Lorette
as Tourist
Nicole Shalhoub
as Fatima Kashgari
Jasmine Batchelor
as Renee
Justin Bartha
as Colin Morello
Matthew Perry
as Mike Kresteva
Cindy Cheung
as Lori Ackerman
Paul Guilfoyle
as Henry Rindell
Brandon Williams
as Nicholas Dupont
Andrew Sellon
as Nicholas Haight
Tom Galantich
as Senator Ted Weller
Al Sapienza
as Jimmy The Hat
Antony Hagopian
as Arthur Garber
Glen Pannell
as 'Mike Pence'
Ash Christian
as David Howell
Michael Oberholtzer
as Sergeant Meyer
Adam Keane
as Stoner Student
Marc Koeck
as Tully
Tamberla Perry
as Judge Charlotte Hazlewood
Glenn Stott
as Dennis Honeycutt
Paco Tolson
as Court Sheriff
Alok Tewari
as Osman
Marc Kudisch
as Mr. Rottenberg
Robert Picardo
as Alan Mannheim
Susannah Hoffman
as ASMR Video Woman
Tommy Schrider
as Confident Liar
Jarid Faubel
as Angry Red Jacket
Ronald Peet
as Owen
Michael Cyril Creighton
as Tab Bentley
Michael Urie
as Stephen Dinovera
Jason Bowen
as Moderator
Regina Taylor
as Cynthia Cromley
Brent Bateman
as Criminal Sheriff
Samuel María Gómez
as Orderly
Dan Rosales
as Interpreter
Deirdre Lovejoy
as FBI Agent Annabelle
David Rosenberg
as Mitchell
Kathy Najimy
as Judge Gayle Eno
Tina Johnson
as Juror #2
Gary Dooley
as Wealthy Divorced Man
Jim Bracchitta
as Gary Blaine
Will Vought
as Warm-Up Comic
Marianna McClellan
as DNC Associate
Jane Lynch
as Madeline Starkey
Kevin D. McGee
as Grand Jury Member/Lawyer
Gary Milner
as Marshall Lock
Mark Tallman
as Rashid Clarkson
Ingrid Matias
as COVID patient
Joe Grifasi
as Judge John Mata
Jed Orlemann
as Tim Shefflin
Arnie Burton
as Chuck
Roberta Colindrez
as FBI Agent Grace
Gary Carr
as Gary Carr
Alex Hurt
as Roger
Steve M. Robertson
as Nate Yardley
James Campbell
as Sheriff Steve Dillard
Nick Mills
as Michael Tyrek
Dario Vazquez
as Kewame
Zenzi Williams
as Retail Worker
Wendell B. Franklin
as Captain Ian Lawrence
Michael Satow
as Stark Schiff
Stephanie Roth Haberle
as Mala Kulkarni
Emily Shaffer
as Sunny De Fina
Ramona Keller
as Partner #2
Wayne J. Miller
as Rindell Party Guest
Christa Scott-Reed
as Isabel Pressley
Jim C. Ferris
as Clerk
Twinkle Burke
as Mrs. Harbor
Farrah Tassy
as Receptionist
John DiGiorgio
as Lawyer
Robert Lenzi
as Edward
Julian Elfer
as Dr. Richard Norwood
Justin L. Wilson
as Protester
Jacob Daniel Smith
as Gideon
Danny Burstein
as William Schultz
Lisa O'Hare
as STR Laurie Gatekeeper
Erik King
as Jonah
David A. Gregory
as Zach Devine
Julie Halston
as Rita
Obba Babatundé
as Danny Quinn
LeRoy McClain
as Bryan
Tijuana Ricks
as Zara Suarez
Gary Cole
as Kurt McVeigh
Stephen Stocking
Mike McGowen
as Suited Business Man
Sarah Dacey-Charles
as Surgeon
Eddie Korbich
as Captive Neighbor
Rachel Wenitsky
as Lili Brenner
Charlotte Bydwell
as Female Chef
Tracy McMullan
as Author Two
Mike Masters
as Interviewing Lawyer
Robert Turano
as Officer Durand
Mo Rocca
as Ted Willoughby
Genson Blimline
as Barkeep Michael
Rob McClure
as Judge Trig Mullaney
Mandy Patinkin
as Hal Wackner
Eboni Booth
as Isabella Burns
Stephanie Kurtzuba
as Olivia Suconik
Blake Morris
as Bailiff Dean Rush
Devin Ratray
as Kevin Costas
Jayne Houdyshell
as Renée/Renée Rampling
Peter Gerety
as Judge Timothy Stanek
Phumzile Sitole
as Sharise
Bebe Neuwirth
as Judge Claudia Friend
Matt Walsh
as Judge Oliver Walenstadt
Gina Gershon
as Melania Trump
Kate Eastman
as Paralegal Goldie
De'Atchra Skerritt
as RBL Associate
Woodlene Alexis
as Annunciata
Saamer Usmani
as Leopold
Tim Matheson
as Tully Nelson
Suzette Gunn
as Meghan Schoer
Ashley Bellman
as Sonia
Christine Baranski
as Diane Lockhart
Julie Stackhouse
as Jody the New Associate
Michelle Wilson
as Dr. Letitia Coulson
Felicia Boswell
as Lace
Zachary Booth
as Jerry Warshofsky
William Ragsdale
as Rodney Pebbler
Kayla Davion
Laurence Blum
as Daniel Whitehead
Nathan Stark
as Process Server
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
as Garrison Vitar
Raúl Esparza
as Brian Kneef
Nyambi Nyambi
as Jay Dipersia
Shaun Anthony
as Moderator
Rachel Dratch
as Linda Shuck
Jeremy Glazer
as Avery Ward
Tucker Des Lauriers
as Couple #1 (Male)
Jane Curtin
as Judge Pamela Farley
Anthony DeSando
as Detective Hedren
Roger Bart
as Brad Cayman
Jeremy Holm
as Duncan Herz
Chasten Harmon
as Bianca Skye
Luis Vega
as Daniel Vanegas
Heather Lind
as Carine Minter
Ashley Thomas
as Dominic Quinn
Leopold Manswell
as Toby Kendall
Tom McGowan
as Jax Rindell
Corey Cott
as Tom C. Duncan
Andre Black
as Partner #1
Sullivan Jones
as Blake Masters
Linda Emond
as Judge Leora Kuhn
John Ellison Conlee
as Benji Diyardian
CCH Pounder
as Vinetta Clark
Luke Kirby
as Harry McGrath
Greta Lee
as Amber Wood-Lutz
Gareth Keegan
as Officer #1
Anthony Rapp
as Glenn
Henry Clarke
as Brian
LaChanze
as Julius's Wife
Gillian Glasco
as Dede
Stephen Lang
as David Cord
Joniece Abbott-Pratt
as Monique Cromley
Chris Carlock
as Nigel Ball
Emma Geer
as Barnard Student
Anna Khaja
as Zeinah Aboulafia
Kate Shindle
as Rachelle Max
Mark Lehneman
as Jury
Brian Stokes Mitchell
as Rod Habercore
Annie Pisapia
as Bar Patron/Woman at Cemetery
Emily Hsu
as Receptionist/Evelyn
Josh Lamon
as Phillip
Danny Pino
as Ricardo Diaz
Cynthia Darlow
as Nicole
Kar
as Lawyer
John Earl Jelks
as Perry Cardwell
William M. Finkelstein
as Judge Simon Kassovitz
Aaron Lazar
as William Sattmann
Lili Mirojnick
as Dominika Sokolov
Megan Sikora
as Campaign Manager
Adrianna Mitchell
as Tee
Paul DeBoy
as Bob the Fracking King
Louis Vanaria
as Henchman
Christiane Noll
as Ms. Stanway
Bill Dawes
as Jason Hardy
Jeffrey Schecter
as Barry Chafflin
Jandra Dee
as Penny
And Palladino
as Bar Exam Test Taker
Kelly McAndrew
as Officer Kominski
Julia Atwood
as Lacey Harmon
Kristine Nielsen
as Professor Henrietta Michaels
Charlotte Maier
as Denise
Lucas Calhoun
as Narcotics Detective
John Benjamin Hickey
as Neil Gross
Christian Borle
as Carter Schmidt
Nana Mensah
as Kristen
Ellen Adair
as Fiona Novak
Clifton Davis
as Anthony Spiegel
Joe Lanza
as Marshal Pete Anderson
Jeff Kready
as Police Officer
Josh Bonzie
as Micah
Jonas Cohen
as Mr. Earl
Roger Brenner
as Stock Trader
Lorraine Toussaint
as Nia Rogers
Audra McDonald
as Liz Reddick/Liz Reddick-Lawrence
Isabella Farrell
as Melanie Clark
Doris McCarthy
as Local Dignitary/Senior Watcher
Rebecca Ruber
as Club Goer
Scott Adsit
as Judge Sig
Anne Brummel
as Molly Elizabeth Dix
Meredith Holzman
as Joann
Murphy Guyer
as Captain Peter Vorchek
Mark Karten
as Roger Hill
Audrey Lynn Weston
as Prospective Juror #1
Heather Burns
as Toni Hedger
Rose Leslie
as Maia Rindell
Sherman Howard
as Ethan Labed
Jane Alexander
as Judge Suzanne Morris
Jonathan Sale
as Paramedic
Henry Stram
as Dr. Bernard
David Vadim
as Niko
Andrea Anders
as Sheryl Lamore
David Gow
as Tommy
Brandon Mendez Homer
as Jesus Christ
Mackenzie Mauzy
as Sabrina Wynne
Scott Robertson
as Spectator Sam
Tony Joe
as Michael Crowley
Maryann Urbano
as Julius's Assistant
Nicole Lewis
as Mona
Carolee Carmello
as Judge Eve Sebald
Ngozi Jane Anyanwu
as Sandra
Andrew Burnap
as Max
Robert Hneleski
as Prison Guard
Mary Testa
as Amy Ann Howard/Ann Howard
Connie Ray
as Mrs. Honeycutt
Kadia Saraf
as Talia Aaronson
Jefferson White
as Clay
Luis Moreno
as Head Agent
Elizabeth Ward Land
as Maggie
Enrico Colantoni
as Patrick Basehart
Christina Jackson
as Rosalyn Brock
Richard Kind
as Judge Alan Davies
Gregg Micheals
as Grand Juror
Ken Barnett
as Ralph Beldi
Steven Skybell
as Karl Marx
Amy Aquino
as Stella Corben
Darren Ritchie
as Moderator Cardigan
Alex Chester
as Gina
J. Oscar Simmons
as Mike
Stephen Rider
as Corporal Demarcus Laney
Kineta Kunutu
as Young Woman
Sinclair Daniel
as Ms. Farrow
Henny Russell
as Mrs. Joy
Marissa O'Donnell
as Smoothie Girl
Laura Mercedes Martínez
as Marshal Flo Baldwin
Emeka Guindo
as Malcolm
Mark Blum
as Julius Kreutzer
Lisa Howard
as Molly Harper
Zachary Knighton
as Dr. Randolph Picot
Gabriel Ebert
as Lance McAlvoy
Mimi Lieber
as Magdalena
Michael Di Liberto
as Author One
Cassie Prusiensky
as Dancer
Mark Deklin
as Judge Wick Stilton
Alan Alda
as Solomon Waltzer
Christian Campbell
as Dr. Spencer Mara
Bradley Dean
as Deputy
Heléne Yorke
as Amy Breslin
Alan Rosenberg
as Len Gottlieb
Osh Ghanimah
as Black Cube Operative
Annaleigh Ashford
as Roisin Orbinson
Deborah Offner
Ceasar F. Barajas
as Delivery Man
Ryan Silverman
as Handsome Lawyer
Ato Blankson-Wood
as Associate Lawyer
Todd Susman
as Judge Kevin Drago
Sean Grady
as Balloon Delivery Man
Quentin Earl Darrington
as John
Ahmad Maksoud
as Fawaz Kassin
Zachary Leipert
as Law Student
Piter Marek
Jack Berenholtz
as Michael
Curran Connor
as Elvis Halliday
Sam McMurray
as Joe Swoboda
Lauren Patten
as Polly Dean
Judith Light
as Deidre Quinn
Tommar Wilson
as Jacob Greenwood
Deidre Goodwin
as Melissa Long
Rachel Nicks
as Leah Davis
Cecil Blutcher
as Raymond
Walker Hare
as Nick Jansen
Steve Key
as Officer Gipmar
Christopher Sieber
as Neil Howard Sloan-Jacob
Amiya Steed
as Kid at Party
Kurt Hahn
as Man on the Street #2
James DuMont
as Sheriff
Michael J. Fox
as Louis Canning
Mario Cantone
as Andreas Conto
Sarah Mackenzie Baron
as Officer Ardor
Faith Logan
as Grand Juror
Dana Gourrier
as June Barrow
Vernon E. Jordan Jr.
as Self
Brent Harris
as Simon
Michael Bradley Cohen
as Associate Lance
Jamaal Burcher
as Maintenance Man
Nat Cassidy
as Bernard Radosh
Louis Gossett Jr.
as Carl Reddick
Stephen Friedrich
as ...)/Rape/Second Poster (Black History Month
Marnie Schulenburg
as Stacy
Jeb Kreager
as Henchman
Aaron Tveit
as Spencer Zschau
Daniel Bellomy
as Levi
Bre Jackson
as Soloist
Shamika Cotton
as Wendy
Thomas Ryan
Chris Butler
as Matan Brody
Charlie Pollock
as Detective Gifford
Alex Brightman
as Carter Bloom
Leroy Phillips Jr.
as Lawyer
Lee Tergesen
as Mr. Pezner
Solea Pfeiffer
as Enid Blyton
Scott Bryce
as Rupert Lennox
Liz Logan
as Stenographer
José Báez
as Prisoner
Elizabeth Lail
as Emily Chapin
Matt Bittner
as Harry
Kathy Searle
as Beth Lygard
Carrie Preston
as Elsbeth Tascioni
Almeria Campbell
as Leather
Patrick Noonan
as Elton
Brian Dykstra
as Mr. Holzapple
Delroy Lindo
as Adrian Boseman
Cameron Pow
as Warren Whitney
Eshan Bay
as Delivery Man
Bartley Booz
as Copy Shop Employee
Teah Strandjord
as Woman #2
Margo Martindale
as Ruth Eastman
Kevin McNally
as Franz Mendelssohn
Cheryl Hines
as Brenda Decarlo
Ruibo Qian
as Hanna
McCaleb Burnett
as Topher Nourizadeh
John Di Domenico
as 'President Trump'
Adam Heller
as Wilbur Dincon
Zoe Winters
as Gretchen Mackie
Diego Aguirre
as Soldier
Maulik Pancholy
as Dev Jain
Kenneth Kyle Martinez
as Bouncer
Fisher Stevens
as Gabriel Kovac
Chris Thorn
as Focus Group Member
Zach Grenier
as David Lee
Sarah Steele
as Marissa Gold
Tiffany Villarin
as Linda Chang
Jessica Rotter
as Off-Camera Singer
Lance Williams
Lenny Wolpe
as Judge John Evans
Ward Horton
as Gordon
Amber Wynter White
as Student
Marina Shay
as Associate Marcie
Bob Leszczak
as Nightclub Comic/Protestor from Act Up/Trump Supporter
Dylan Baker
as Colin Sweeney
Paul Anthony Stewart
as Doctor
David Baida
as Court Clerk
Kathryn Erbe
as Zoe Redgrave
Robert Myers
as Local Dignitary
Erica Tazel
as Barbara Kolstad
Delissa Reynolds
as Nurse
Mike Colter
as Lemond Bishop
Mallory Portnoy
as Anne
Stephen Pilkington
as Ira Nofzinger
Quentin Mare
as Tech Client
Terry Serpico
as Officer Vince Torino
Duarte Geraldino
as Reporter/Reporter Steve
Maurice Jones
as Jedidiah
John Clarence Stewart
as Leigh Hunter
Mark Jacoby
as News Panel Commentator
Ifádansi Rashad
as Jim
Jill Eikenberry
as Sharon Booth
Jason Biggs
as Dylan Stack
Samaria Nixon-Fleming
as Louisa/Paralegal Louisa
Peterson Townsend
as Jeremy
Julie Chateauvert
as Pedestrian
Andrea Navedo
as Marta Tecades
Tom Titone
as Real Estate Client
Jeffrey Bean
as Chumhum Lawyer Vann
Daryl Paris Bright
as Chantal
David Call
as Drew Lovatto
Q. Smith
as Make-Up Artist
Wanda Sykes
as Allegra Durado
Ray DeMattis
as Irwin Mandel
Kurt Fuller
as Judge Peter Dunaway
Gabriel Lawrence
as News Panel Prosecutor
Taylor Louderman
as Tara Strokes
Anissa Felix
as Sabrina
Austin Pendleton
as Dr. Goat
Ned Van Zandt
as Jacob Itzelitz
Paton Ashbrook
as Kimberly
Comfort Clinton
as Josephine
Alexa de Puivert
as French Real Estate Agent
Alexandra Lopez Galan
as Couples on Dates W/Federal Employee/NSA Office Employee/Pedestrian/ch Neiborgh
Abigail Stephenson
as Tip-Top Trina
Colin Hanlon
Becky Ann Baker
as Alma Hoff
Allan Greenberg
as Pizza Store Owner
Michael Bloomberg
as Michael R. Bloomberg
Joseph Adams
as Terence
Damon Owlia
as Aimar Aboulafia
Daniel Shevlin
as Choir Member #1
Cameron Folmar
as Defense Lawyer
Pippa Pearthree
as Ms. DuPont
Wayne Wilcox
as Dale Kuzma
Noah Averbach-Katz
as Aaron Fowler
Aaron Phillips
as Marshal
Tess Soltau
as Sonya
Peter Ganim
as Harold Davies
Sophia Palombi
as Roxanne
Jeremy Cohen
as Lawyer Teddy
Hannah Cabell
as Martina
John E. Brady
as Slip-And-Fall Victim Brian
Sharon Brown
as Latisha
Robert Creighton
as Clarence
Charlie Semine
as Officer Ribisi
Andrew Weems
as Grady Burkhardt
James Martinez
as Frank Gwinn
Steve Blanchard
as Sheriff
Chris Myers
as Paul Johnson
Matthew Kregor
as Man on the Street #1
Chinasa Ogbuagu
as Brigitte Dipersia
Obaid Kadwani
as Uber Driver
Joshua De Jesus
as Matteo Vargas
Lawton Paseka
as Tucker Nugent
Ashlei Sharpe Chestnut
as Rachelle Dabrezil
Victor Cruz
as John the Valet
Ben Vereen
as Frederick Douglass
Louis Ozawa
as Oshito
Deya Danielle Drake
as Woman #1
Alton Fitzgerald White
as Funeral Director
Joe Cassidy
as Davey Lion
Ian Bedford
as Marshal Joe Culver
Donald Paul
as Craig Savador
Christopher Gerson
as Court Official
Natasha Yvette Williams
as Juror
Charisse Matthews
as Jenna
Rayna Starr
as Ashley
Michael Countryman
as Mr. Hookstratten
Tom Lucca
as Arresting Officer
Norman Outlaw
as Lawyer
Morgan Weed
as Keira
Scott Jaeck
as Mr. Lovatelli
Tyrone Mitchell Henderson
as Barry Poe
Sam Seder
as Vaughn Yenko
Leland Gantt
as Partner Thomas
Laurence Lau
as Lawyer
Wallace Shawn
as Charles Lester
David Alford
as Benjamin Dafoe
Bubba Weiler
as Cary
Simon Feil
as Stan Greennoble
Megan Hilty
as Holly Westfall
Michael Crane
as Spencer Marsh
Kevin Pollak
as Judge Kyle Gallo
Keith Schneider
as Trump Mask #2
Katie Finneran
as Valerie Peyser
Catharine Daddario
as Piper Vega
Ian Campbell Dunn
as Surly Worker
Audra Mcdonald
Niall Ray
as Uber Driver
April Matthis
as Dr. Debby Hammond
Mia Ellis
as Receptionist
Adam Ferrara
as Officer Glasser
Ann Sanders
as Jenny Klay
James Anthony McBride
as Chris Colman
Larry Mitchell
as Chris Lima
John Glover
as Jared Andrews
Iphy Murphy
as Girl in Dentist Office
Omar Evans
as Alphonse
Wayne Brady
as Del Cooper
Paul Niebanck
as Richard
Jonah Young
as Junkie
Grizz Chapman
as Bouncer
Bill Evans
as Weatherman Bill
Chalia La Tour
as Yesha Mancini
Stephen Conrad Moore
as Roger
Teisha Hickman
as Lawyer
Gian Shines
as Bar Hunky
Peter Mark Kendall
as Ted Acker-Byrne
Josh Grisetti
as Mr. Glubman
Jordan Boatman
as Associate Lucy
Julian Morris
as Major Brigham
Meredith Garretson
as Reese
Peter Scolari
as Greg
Ben Graney
as Avi
Mario Bosquez
as Newscaster Tom
Mitch Greenberg
as Norm
Kylan Conroy
as Aubrey
Brooke Smith
as Zelda Raye
Max Casella
as Danny Trumpet
Brenda Braxton
as Madeline Gilford
Setareki Wainiqolo
as Elliot Novacek
Major Garrett
as Major Garrett
Rob Reiner
as Judge Josh Brickner
Naomi Lorrain
as Nurse McRaney
Eric T. Miller
as V.A. Spokesman
Carson Elrod
as Josiah
Nikki M. James
as Monica Timmons
Andy Karl
as Officer Jesse McFinley
Jenna DiMartini
as Janie
John Larroquette
as Gavin Firth
Kathryn Grace
as Family Friend
David Aron Damane
as Bailiff
Anastacia McCleskey
as Opal
Chantal Jean-Pierre
as Geraldine
Joshua Echebiri
as Devin
Ignacio Diaz-Silverio
as Andres
Shanel Bailey
as Antoinette Lacey
Beethovan Oden
as Troy
Larry Bull
as V.A. Employee
Kirsten Scott
as Dana
Tyler Hanes
as Realtor
Christine Toy Johnson
as Secretary
Gregory Porter Miller
as Roger Repace
Tony Plana
as Oscar Rivi
Ruffin Prentiss
as Officer Meredith
Jerry Kernion
as Court Sheriff Gage
Geoffrey Owens
as Daniel
Donnie Keshawarz
as Republican Fixer
David Christopher Wells
as Brock Peters
Mark Bedard
as Deputy Stoner
Craig Wroe
as Bob
Kasey Walker
as Jill
Annie McNamara
as Vanessa McFinley
John Schiappa
as Warren Hesseman
Geoffrey Murphy
as Bob
Adrienne Brammer
as Soldier
Frankie Faison
as Jeremiah Easton
Audrie Neenan
as Judge Marion Handgrove
Charmaine Bingwa
as Carmen Moyo
Andrea Martin
as Francesca Lovatelli
Amy Lynn Stewart
as Police Officer
Zoë Sophia Garcia
as Executive Secretary (Diane's)
Jim Brochu
as Judge Vernon Windsor
Tituss Burgess
as Wade V
Teddy Cañez
as S.A. Horvath
Davis Duffield
as Lawyer Malcolm
Emily Dorsch
as Nell Fulton
Richard Masur
as Geoffrey Solomon
Markita Prescott
as Anya
Tara Summers
as Edie Ham
Bret Shuford
as Brad Royce
Zoe Mann
as Phoebe
Ronald Scott Maestri
as Art Gallery Guest
Daniel Pearce
as Reif Van De Berg
Quincy Dunn-Baker
as Officer Harp
Keith Randolph Smith
as John
Michael Thomas Holmes
as Horace Carruthers
Rick Crom
as Proctor
F. Murray Abraham
as Burl Preston
Michael Ian Black
as Stephen Rankin-Hall
Nicole DiNonno
as Sexy Blonde Lawyer
Donna Lynne Champlin
as Mrs. Feldman
James Hindman
as Lanny
Leslie Fray
as Gina Knowles
Stephanie Weeks
as Tia Johnson
Christine Lahti
as Andrea Stevens
Elaine May
as Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Elisha Lawson
as Gunnar Neustadt
Gene Gabriel
as Deputy Stromer
Drew Gehling
as Bartender
Chris McGarry
as Nat Lazenby
George Hampe
as Waiter
Evan Handler
as Jonathan
Dominic Fumusa
as Matthew La Frenais
Peter Maloney
as Doctor
Christiani Pitts
as Melanie Evers
José Ramón Rosario
as Harris
Blake DeLong
as Mikey
Dina Pearlman
as Katherine

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 13 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 10 Episodes

Season 4

2020 | 7 Episodes

Season 5

2021 | 10 Episodes

Season 6

2022 | 1 Episodes

Media

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Awards

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Gold Derby Awards 2017

Nominee

Gold Derby Awards

Drama Guest Actress

Online Film & Television Association 2017

Nominee

Online Film & Television Association

Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series

Nominee

Online Film & Television Association

Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series

Nominee

Online Film & Television Association

Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series

Nominee

Online Film & Television Association

Best New Theme Song in a Series

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