The Good Wife's Alicia Florrick has been through quite a lot.
The close gubernatorial election. Her ugly exit from Lockhart/Gardner. But just when it seemed the worst was behind Alicia (Julianna Margulies), an incriminating video surfaced suggesting that Peter (Chris Noth) had rigged the election.
"We wanted to be true to the idea of the relationship and what started at the beginning of the series, which was this incredible betrayal," executive producer and co-creator Michelle King tells TVGuide.com. "Then, yes, they came together, but even when there's a ...
Matthew Goode has landed a recurring role on The Good Wife, TVLine.com reports.
Goode, whose credits include Watchmen and Leap Year, will play...
Is "I've Got You Under My Skin" the most appropriate sweet nothing to croon in the skin-crawling world of AMC's The Walking Dead? No matter, because there's not much of a lull in Sunday's powerful episode (9/8c), ominously titled "Infected." Which suggests the virus that felled Nerd Boy last week creates a bloody panic in the cell block, reminding us how illusory any notion of safety can be. "I haven't seen anybody be lucky in a long time," former Army medic Bob Stookey (new regular Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) observes as a full gamut of courage, terror and anguish is displayed during and after the latest crisis. Earning special bonus stripes this week: Melissa McBride as the awesome Carol, who takes a few distraught girls under her wing, but not to coddle them: "You want to live, you have to become strong" is her mantra. Meanwhile, the walkers keep pressing up against the prison gates and the audience can't get enough of the riveting mayhem, as evidenced by the record numbers who turned out for last Sunday's premiere.
Showtime has drafted former Friday Night Lights star Kyle Chandler to star in its new drama pilot The Vatican, the cable network announced Friday.
The Emmy winner formerly known as Coach has taken the lead role as Cardinal Thomas Duffy, a charismatic yet...
Heading across the San Diego convention center to the Watchmen panel more than an hour before kick off this editor thought shed get a front-row seat and lots of time to catch up on her Comic-Con literature She was wrongFiling into the massive auditorium which was already almost full Watchmen fever was heating up While expectations for the dark mid-1980s comic movie are already mile-high it became clear that the director cast and illustrator knew what they were up against Here are some of the highlights of how director Zack Snyder and co fared in the face of serious fans149 Snyder was clear from the get-go that he approached the film with care He was so concerned with how the film turned out that he admitted to feeling responsible for it whether he made it or not The movie he said was a labor of love and to the delight of the audience he was trying to get as much of the graphic novel into the movie149 Dave Gibbons the original comics illustrato