'The Good Fight' cast
Cast member Rose Leslie arrives for the premiere of the fourth season of HBO series "Game of Thrones" in New York March 18, 2014. Reuters/Lucas Jackson

“Game of Thrones” actress Rose Leslie accidentally injured herself while shooting for the American drama, “The Good Fight.” It has been alleged that Leslie broke her toe when she was filming for the show set in corporate America. The show is a spinoff of the popular TV series, “The Good Wife.”

“No, I never did [imagine she'd end up with a broken toe on The Good Fight],” Leslie said. “This was purely down to me,” she added.

“This was my kind of like ignorance in thinking that I could turn and pivot on a little dime…Of course when I attempted it on camera, I then completely whacked it into a table,” the actress owned it up.

Leslie, 30, rose to fame with two US TV mammoths, “Downtown Abbey” and “Game of Thrones” ("GOT"). It was for the first time she was dipping her toe into an American-shot drama series. In an interview promoting "GOT," the actress admitted she was prone to an injury during the shoot. She managed to dodge it but was not as lucky this time.

“At least then I was on a mountaintop and would then have an excuse of falling flat on my face,” the actress told E! Online in an interview. “But no, I didn't actually have any injuries shooting that—luckily,” she said.

As if battling White Walkers in Westeros in the HBO series “Game of Thrones” were not enough, Leslie also starred in badass roles in “Luther” and “Downtown Abbey.” The actress also played as dream walker Chloe in the Vin Diesel starrer “The Last Witch Hunter.”

About “The Good Fight”

According to Variety, “The Good Fight” is a slightly more “jagged” and “splintered” compared to the long-running show “The Good Wife.” Furthermore, the spinoff will be the flagship show of CBS' All Access streaming service.

The “Game of Thrones” actress plays Maia Rindell in the upcoming CBS spinoff series, “The Good Fight.” Her character is about a young lawyer who joins Diane Lockhart’s (played by Christine Baranski) firm after passing the bar. An enormous financial scam destroys Diane’s savings as well as the firm’s reputation. Following which, the two join Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) at one of Chicago’s pre-eminent law firms.

“The Good Wife” spinoff is slated to debut in the US on Feb. 19 at 8/7c EST. CBS has not announced any Australian broadcast details for the series as of yet.