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Watch The Goodwin Games Now ... or Not


Fox has sooo much faith in The Goodwin Games that they’re launching it in the summer—Monday, to be exact. But why wait? ---

As featured in this week’s True TV, The Goodwin Games is about three siblings set to inherit a large pile of money from their dead dad, but only if they play his beyond-the-grave “games” and become better people and shit.

It’s hard to go wrong with Becki Newton and T.J. Miller (Scott Foley, meh), but don’t expect The Goodwin Games to last longer than 13 episodes, if that. At least Fox is promoting it, releasing the pilot episode online early to boost interest (hey, worked for New Girl); here it is: