Can't they all just get along? Perish the thought.
Few spectacles are more exciting and satisfying than watching a great series reinvent itself with bold strokes and high drama. In its five seasons, CBS's The Good Wife has never played it safe in boardroom, courtroom or bedroom — but nothing could have prepared us for just how explosively entertaining the war within Lockhart/Gardner was going to be.
Is Lockhart/Gardner big enough for two Carys?
They may share the same name, but there was no confusing Cary Agos (Matt Czuchry) with Lockhart/Gardner fourth year Carey Zepps in the season premiere of The Good Wife. In his first appearance on the show, Carey-with-an-e not only gave Alicia (Julianna Margulies) a hard time about her history with Will, but also almost (accidentally) blew Florrick, Agos & Associates' cover with David Lee.
"Sometimes you got to start things with a bang," Ben Rappaport tells TVGuide.com. "If you're going to introduce someone new, you got...
Alicia's secret is (almost) out.
Following Sunday's Season 5 premiere of The Good Wife, CBS released a jaw-dropping new promo for the season teasing Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Cary's upcoming exit from Lockhart/Gardner to...
How will The Good Wife's Alicia and Cary succeed as firm partners? Not so well, star Julianna Margulies says.
On the season finale of the CBS drama, Alicia (Margulies) made the bold — and risky — decision to leave Lockhart/Gardner to help launch a new firm with her colleague Cary (Matt Czuchry).
"I think the biggest thing [will be] watching [Alicia] realize that her and Cary are not Will (Josh Charles) and Diane (Christine Baranski)," Margulies tells TVGuide.com in the video below. "The uphill battle will constantly be, 'Did I make a mistake?'"
The Big Bang Theory has done what few shows on television have done before: It has actually grown in viewership since its first season by more than 10 million viewers — and it keeps getting bigger.
The CBS comedy closed out last season with 18.6 million viewers and a 6.2 rating in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the No. 1 comedy in both measures, a feat unheard of for a show heading into its seventh season these days. The ratings are only topped by the show's eight Emmy nominations, including Comedy Series, Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for Jim Parsons and Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Mayim Bialik.