OMG - I love me some Christine Baranski.
And what's not to love? After 7 years on the CBS hit series The Good Wife, 2 Tony Awards, 15 Emmy nominations (with a win in 1995 for the sitcom Cybil) she's now anchoring CBS All Access' first original scripted series, The Good Fight.
The new series is a spin-off of The Good Wife, and will premiere on CBS February 19th before shifting over to the online CBS All Access.
Check the fab Baranski last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert talking on the new series.
Her character, "Diane Lockhart," is a drop-dead Democrat. And in the series premiere, the audience watches as "Diane" takes in the horror that is the Trump inauguration.
“I hadn’t had the opportunity of seeing the inauguration,” Baranski said. “But the director said, ‘Well, you know, imagine that you’re shocked.’ And I said, ‘No worry, I can play this.’”
Watch the fun interview below and make sure you tune in for the premiere of The Good Fight this Sunday on CBS.