Christine Baranski
Christine Baranski from the CBS series "The Good Wife" arrives at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California August 25, 2014. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

“The Good Fight” season 1 prepares something big for its finale. An accident will bring Diane and Kurt together again while Henry has some revelations to make about his daughter Maia.

The Rindell Ponzi scheme drama continues and there will be more surprises in the finale. Apparently, Henry (Paul Guilfoyle) has been offered a new deal. He will get 35 years instead of 10 if he turns himself in and not throw Maia (Rose Leslie) under the bus.

The Rindell patriarch is motivated to take the deal after his lawyer revealed the outcome of Maia's session with the FBI, TV Guide notes. Will Henry save himself or his daughter?

In the previous episode, it was revealed that Maia may have known about the Ponzi scheme more than she is saying. During her talks with FBI Agent Madeline Starkey’s (Jane Lynch), memories from the past nine years came back to Maia. She then realised that she subconsciously knew about Lenore Rindell’s (Bernadette Peters) affair with her uncle.

“The Good Fight” season 1 picked up after the events of “The Good Wife." It follows the Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) in a predominantly black law firm in Chicago after her plans to retire fell apart when she got involved in a Ponzi scheme along with her goddaughter Maia.

Meanwhile, an unfortunate event will bring back Diane and husband Kurt McVeigh (Gary Cole) together in the upcoming finale. In the debut episode of season 1, Diane refused to divorce Kurt despite him admitting that he cheated on her. She also dismissed the advice she received that separation is the best way to avoid Kurt’s assets to be seized too.

Diane still hopes to reconcile with Kurt. Will she forgive Kurt in “The Good Fight” finale?

It can be recalled that in "The Good Wife" finale Diane slapped her friend and business partner Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) in the face because of what the latter did to Kurt and their relationship to save Peter Florrick (Chris Noth). Creator Robert and Michelle King earlier teased that some events in “The Good Wife” ending will be addressed in the spin-off finale including the infamous slap.

“Diane is best when she’s an underdog. We wanted her to start this show with literally nothing. And it seemed to make sense, coming out of the events of 'The Good Wife,' that she would be estranged from McVeigh. It also allowed us to address the idea of a good marriage in this show. We needed to start McVeigh and Diane on the rocks in order to try to rehabilitate their marriage,” the couple told Deadline.

“The Good Fight” season finale will be on Sunday on CBS All Access in the US. It was already renewed for another season, but Australia viewers are still waiting for a local network to pick up the first of the series.