The Good Wife
The "bitchy boss" is a cliché Christine Baranski has spent four years avoiding on The Good Wife. When the series premiered in 2009, many assumed Diane Lockhart would be a woman on top "threatened" by her news-making underling Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies). But instead, Diane has proven to be a stable and encouraging mentor.
So when things briefly — and masterfully — took a turn to the contentious in...
With back-to-back Sundays devoted to the Super Bowl and the Grammys, CBS has enjoyed a spectacular February so far. This Sunday, the only week in February with no major TV event — next Sunday belongs to ABC and the Oscars — the network's ratings will no doubt come back down to earth. But two of CBS' Emmy-winning crown jewels take center stage, and in one case shouldn't be missed.
Excuse me, Will Gardner, where did you think you were going?
Josh Charles, who plays Lockhart Gardner partner and the (former) apple of Alicia's wandering eye on The Good Wife, has signed a new deal with CBS, TVLine reports.
The news is surprising to many only because normally...
The Good Wife
Two of Lockhart Gardner's newest equity partners are being tasked with a surprising job: take down the bosses in court.
In these new photos from the Feb. 17 episode of The Good Wife (Sundays at 9/8c on CBS), Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Cary (Matt Czuchry) must battle Will (Josh Charles) and Diane (Christine Baranski) when a client asks the firm to...
The Good Wife is getting a big blast from her past.
The CBS procedural has cast Private Practice alum Audra McDonald as Alicia's nemesis from...
Christine Baranski, Josh Charles
They've already lost the 27th floor, but could Will (Josh Charles) and Diane (Christine Baranski) also lose the firm on The Good Wife?
In this exclusive sneak peek from Sunday's episode (9/8c, CBS), the partners get a notice of mediation from...
John Shea, Matt Czuchry
Like father, like son?
The Good Wife fans will find out next month when Cary's dad, Nestor Agos (Gossip Girl's John Shea), makes his first appearance, and...
Dallas Roberts; Anika Noni Rose
The Good Wife already boasts a long roster of big-name upcoming guest stars, but the CBS legal drama is making room for two fan favorites to return.
Dallas Roberts and Anika Noni Rose are set to reprise their roles later this season, TVGuide.com has learned.
Grey's T.R. Knight to operate on The Good Wife
Roberts, who plays Alicia's rebellious, outspoken younger brother Owen, will appear when...
Chris Noth and Julianna Margulies
Lois and Clark. Felicity and Ben. Sydney and Vaughn. It is a sad fact, but I've been an avid TV "shipper" pretty much since I learned how to wield the remote control. That includes childhood favorites and also my current "adult" mainstays. So as an avid Good Wife viewer from Day One, I have always naturally been Team Will (Josh Charles), or "Willicia" if you will, 100 percent. He's loved Alicia (Julianne Margulies) for 15 years! Her husband cheated on her with a prostitute! That deleted voicemail! And, most importantly, that kiss! The "Willicia" argument seemed pretty cut and dried. But a funny thing happened on the way to Alicia and Will's destined-happily-ever-after — I switched sides. After Sunday's episode, in which a young beautiful campaign worker lied about having had an affair with Peter, I realized that four seasons has turned this Will fan into a surprisingly strong Team Florrick supporter. So what changed? Here's five reasons my vote is for Peter (Chris Noth)...
"See that?" shrieks one of the band of zombie-slaughtering survivors in AMC's The Walking Dead, eyes wide and wild in bloodthirsty pride as we bear graphic witness to a new way of dispatching a "walker" — this one tricked out in riot-gear armor, befitting the new season's prison setting. Yes, of course we see. It's not as if we can look away, much as we might want to at times. Granted, we might need to look twice, because in the tradition of the greatest horror-movie thrill rides, we're sometimes watching through our fingers as we climb the back of our chairs and sofas in revulsed shock and awe.