Monica Raymund

Cary could finally be getting some action!

The lucky lady? Lie to Me's Monica Raymund, who has signed on for a recurring role on The Good Wife, TVGuide.com has learned.

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Raymund, 25, will play a prosecutor working for newly re-elected Cook County State's Attorney Peter Florrick (Chris Noth). Here's how co-creator and executive producer Michelle King teased the role for TVGuide.com: "We know she'll be amazing across from Matt Czuchry, since they get to work together — both professionally, and perhaps more-than-professionally."

A new possible love interest for Cary? Sounds like his dance card may be filling up, since co-star Archie Panjabi recently hinted that Kalinda and Cary's friendship may become something more this coming season. "Cary's matured now and the question will be: Is she genuinely attracted to him for sex and love or is it brotherly companionship," she said.

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Raymund is best known for her role as human lie detector Ria Torres during Lie to Me's three season-run. This fall, she will recur on another CBS drama — Blue Bloods — as Jamie Reagan's new partner.

The Good Wife returns on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 9/8c on CBS.