Goliath: Season 3 (2019)

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Season 3
Goliath

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Critic Ratings: 3

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User Ratings: 112
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Episodes

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Air date: Oct 4, 2019
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Air date: Oct 4, 2019
3
Air date: Oct 4, 2019
4
Air date: Oct 4, 2019
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Air date: Oct 4, 2019
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Air date: Oct 4, 2019
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Air date: Oct 4, 2019
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Air date: Oct 4, 2019

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This season, the unexpected death of an old friend leads Billy McBride (Thornton) to take a case in the drought-stricken Central Valley where he comes face-to-face with a new Goliath: a billionaire rancher (Dennis Quaid) and his sister (Amy Brenneman). As Billy and his team pursue the truth, old enemies and personal demons resurface, forcing him to confront his own mortality.

Cast

Billy Bob Thornton
as Billy McBride
William Hurt
as Donald Cooper
Olivia Thirlby
as Lucy Kittridge
Maria Bello
as Julie McBride
Tania Raymonde
as Brittany Gold
Dwight Yoakam
as Wendell Corey
Molly Parker
as Judge Keller
Britain Dalton
as Jason Larson
Nina Arianda
as Patty Solis-Papagian
Harold Perrineau
as Judge Roston Keller
Diana Hopper
as Denise McBride
Ana de la Reguera
as Marisol Silva
Julie Brister
as Marva Jefferson
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Critic Reviews for Goliath Season 3

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Billy Bob Thornton is either playing himself or he is such a good actor that he is totally absorbed by this role. And when he is lucky enough to find himself in scenes with the extraordinary Nina Arianda the series is at its best.

Oct 9, 2019 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

The third season's the charm for the excellent detective show by David E. Kelley.

Oct 8, 2019 | Full Review…

[Billy Bob] Thornton is, of course, marvelous as Billy. He's almost getting suspect of his own life himself right along with viewers as the peculiarity of his surroundings increases.

Oct 4, 2019 | Rating: 4.0/5.0 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Goliath: Season 3

  • 8h ago
    A little more uneven than prior seasons, Goliath 3.0 nevertheless has enough legal twists and turns to keep you watching. Powered by a great ensemble cast that includes Billy Bob Thornton, you'll stay to the end and you'll be glad you did.
  • 11h ago
    Exceptional storytelling, thick and dynamic plot! Bravo!
  • 14h ago
    Did not like the psychedelic scenes.
  • 16h ago
    Excellent. The series keeps getting better.
  • Oct 12, 2019
    The characters are intriguing. I was perplexed much of the time about a certain antagonist that I thought we watched die in season One, appear in a completely irrelevant role in season Three. The acting is good, but the characters may be played out. It is set up for a season 4, but I am not sure the characters have more to bring to the table. I recommend it if you have watched seasons 1 and 2. This would be a poor way to start the series.
  • 1d ago
    Season 3 is Horrible. Great disappointment after 2 very good Seasons. Stopped watching after 3 episodes
  • 1d ago
    Sadly, with the outstanding cast of this show, (Thornton, Quaid, Bridges, et al) the producers and writers seem to have lost their way. Confusing timelines, coupled with brow furling, main character psychedelic and psychiatric forays written into the plot, propped up by an ensemble of unneeded screen filler cast members, throw shade at what was a very appealing couple of first seasons. Billy Bob Thornton has the acting chops to help carry it through, however as one continues through the numerous spokes of incidental stories, the hub's original solid plot begins to feel like an accessory as well, and we all sit waiting for something interesting to happen. Thornton (Billy McBride) is a lawyer who digs deep for corruption, and in Season 3, the role expounds on his desperate efforts on seeking redemption for all which has gone wrong for him in his life, and less about lawyering.
  • 1d ago
    Not quite as good as the first season, but still very good!
  • 2d ago
    Disappointing story & writing. I'll watch anything with BBT, this missed everywhere except acting. Many themes felt shoehorned in. Completely missing was McBride's quick wit, his sixth sense, him really digging in and working a case. This was just a bunch of popular Hollywood causes bolted together with McBride as an afterthought. Scattered, disjointed and uneven lacking any compelling storytelling. BBT deserves much better than this for material.
  • 2d ago
    I thought it was a great third season! Reminded me of Twin Peaks.

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