Julianna Margulies, Josh Charles, Christine Baranski
Talk about a spoiler alert. Fans of The Good Wife were shocked when — moments after Alicia (Julianna Margulies) accepted Peter's (Chris Noth) proposal to renew their vows in Hawaii — the preview for Sunday's season finale (9/8c on CBS) showed Alicia and Will (Josh Charles) making out in a car like a couple of teenagers. And though that scene answers the question of whether Alicia would act on her lingering feelings, there are still plenty of story lines up in the air going into Season 4's final hour. We take a closer look at the biggest burning questions...
Nick who? That's what fans of The Good Wife are — thankfully — asking after a recent string of strong episodes have erased the unpleasant first half of Season 4 from memory. In September, the legal drama (airing Sundays at 9/8c) suffered a rare critical misfire when it introduced Kalinda's (Archie Panjabi) cold and abrasive estranged husband Nick (Marc Warren), who was not popular with the fans. No irreparable damage was done, but for a show that was regularly in critics' top 10 lists during its first three seasons, the negative attention was surprising. Producers caught on and quickly expunged Nick. Less than four months later, the show is stronger than ever. So how'd they do it? Here's seven ways...
There are a lot of burning questions about Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) these days on The Good Wife (Sundays at 9/8c on CBS). Did she murder her husband?! Did she sleep with Cary (Matt Czuchry)?! Such questions make now the perfect time to introduce a second investigator at Lockhart Gardner to watch Kalinda's every move, and, natch, annoy the crap out of Kalinda while doing it. But will the very green Robyn (Jess Weixler) also pull a Blake Calamar and uncover Kalinda's deepest, darkest secrets? "I'm not giving anything away," Weixler tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. However, Weixler was happy to discuss playing the Robin to Kalinda's Batman and which Good Wife fan favorite Robyn is most like. Plus: Which team, cough cough, does Robyn play for? Read on to find out...
The Good Wife
Breathe easy, Good Wife fans. The end of the show isn't near. Just the end of Peter's gubernatorial campaign.
"We have every reason to anticipate we're coming back," co-creator and executive producer Michelle King told reporters on a conference call Monday. Added her husband, co-creator and executive producer Robert King, "We're writing as if we're coming back."
No one can blame fans of the CBS legal drama for being concerned. For all the show's critical acclaim and big-name guest stars, The Good Wife dipped to a series low 1.4 rating in the adults ages 18-49 demo on Feb. 17. The show bounced back to a 1.6 the following week, and the Kings said the ratings haven't been an issue with CBS. "They're very sophisticated in terms of how the ratings work," Michelle said. "They've never given anything but a positive response and they really focus on the creative and just...
Audra McDonald and Julianna Margulies
On The Good Wife, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) has lamented many a time about not having many female friends after her fallout with Kalinda (Archie Panjabi). Now, one of her law school friends is coming back into her life, but it may not be good news.
In new photos from the March 10 episode (Sundays at 9/8c on CBS), Private Practice's Audra McDonald guest-stars as a former Georgetown classmate, Liz, against whom Alicia must....
The doctor is in!
Michael Imperioli has joined the cast of Jason Katims' medical pilot County, TVGuide.com has confirmed. TVLine.com first reported the news.
Parenthood's Jason Ritter stars in the drama about a group of young doctors, nurses and administrators in an underfunded and morally compromising Los Angeles hospital. Imperioli, best-known for playing Christopher Moltisanti on The Sopranos, will portray...