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.
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Roberts, who plays Alicia's rebellious, outspoken younger brother Owen, will appear when...
Marc Warren and Archie Panjabi
[SPOILER ALERT! This story reveals the details of a very sexually suggestive scene from Sunday's episode of The Good Wife. If you haven't watched it yet or if you're easily offended, don't read any further.]
Sunday's episode of The Good Wife spoiled viewers...
The Good Wife's Kalinda Sharma has been called a lot of things: resourceful investigator, protective friend, seductive temptress. One thing she's she never been called? The good wife. Until now.
"The question that came up in my mind quite a bit, and also in the creators' minds is: Was she the good wife?" Archie Panjabi tells TVGuide.com. "She was married for a certain number of years, which we'll learn as the episodes progress. But what name did she change? Was she what we perceive to be the good wife? What happened to her in life? Nothing will be spelled out, but you definitely will get a bigger insight into her and her past."
Michael J. Fox
Twelve years ago, Michael J. Fox left ABC's Spin City in order to focus on his fight with Parkinson's disease. At the time, the actor stressed that he was not "retiring," but just looking to "relieve the strain of producing and performing a weekly network series."
Now it's back to the future for the sitcom king, who once again feels up to the task — and is returning to TV in a big way. NBC, where Fox became a superstar in the 1980s as young conservative icon Alex P. Keaton on Family Ties, has given a rare 22-episode guarantee (before a lick of film is even shot) to a new sitcom based on Fox's life.
To say Diane Lockhart has had her hands full this season on The Good Wife would be an understatement.
First, she had to deal with her firm partner, Will (Josh Charles), sleeping with a subordinate, only to see him receive a six-month suspension from the law altogether. In his absence, she has had to lead the firm solo in addition to keeping its power-hungry staff at bay -- David, Julius and Eli, we're looking at you. But while her work husband is away, Diane Lockhart is going to play.
"This is the one episode where you see Diane say, 'Screw it. I'm just going to find a little time for myself,'" Christine Baranski tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "And then it gets a little bit more complicated than she anticipates."
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What causes this sudden wild streak? The return of not one, but two of Diane's suitors: process server Jack Copeland (Bryan Brown) and "Marlboro Man," ballistics expert Kurt McVeigh (Gary Cole) this Sunday (9/8c on CBS). "People so often ask me about [Kurt]; when he's coming back and is the relationship still alive," Baranski says. "I've had the embarrassment of riches of having...
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On March 25, Matthew Perry begins a multi-episode arc on CBS' The Good Wife as hotshot Chicago attorney Mike Kresteva. Producers Robert and Michelle King wanted the character "to be more charming and charismatic than Alicia's previous adversaries" and Perry, a self-professed fan of the show, was on the top of their list.
Merritt Wever and Josh Charles
After 15 or so years of practicing law, The Good Wife's Will Gardner is about to face his toughest jury yet: his sisters.
"Will is an alpha male, and he loves to be the one questioning," Josh Charles tells TVGuide.com "To see a character that has a lot of strength in the office being put back against the wall while his sisters harass him and question him about his personal life — that was fun to play. I haven't been able to do anything like in the last couple of years with this character."
The Good Wife exclusive sneak peek: Is Will going to crash? Kalinda sure thinks so
Chicago's 16th most eligible bachelor will roll out the welcome wagon — and a guitar! — on Sunday's episode (9/8c, CBS) when his sisters Aubrey and Sara (played by Nurse Jackie's Merritt Wever and The Big C's Nadia Dajani, respectively) come to town. "When you meet...
[WARNING: This story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Good Wife. Read at your own risk.]
He survived the wrath of Peter Florrick and the State's Attorney office, but Will Gardner (Josh Charles) was no match for the Illinois State Bar Association on Sunday's episode of The Good Wife. Faced with the possibility of losing his law license forever, Will took responsibility for that $45,000 loan and agreed to a six-month suspension. So what's next? How will his time away from the law change Will? How will
Lockhart Gardner Lockhart and Associates, and Alicia (Julianna Margulies), change without him? TVGuide.com spoke with show bosses Robert and Michelle King to get our burning questions answered.
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How long has this been in the works?
Robert King: We started this year thinking the theme would be about risk. It really turned fairly quickly into being about consequences. Our people have a lot of close scrapes and get off. This one felt like it should come down like a lot of bricks on Will's head. And we didn't want to just...
Archie Panjabi and Julianna Margulies
That sigh of relief coming from fans of The Good Wife Sunday was not over an Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Will (Josh Charles) reunion, nor even a possible rekindling of the passions between Alicia and Peter (Chris Noth). It was for the CBS legal drama's real fan-favorite duo, Alicia and Kalinda (Archie Panjabi), and what appeared to be the beginning of a reconciliation for the former best friends.
Alicia didn't exactly...
Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love with girl. Boy waits 15 years for girl to separate from husband. And then girl breaks up with boy ... because she "can't." Yes, The Good Wife's Team Will fans had to close the door on "Willicia" almost as quickly as those elevator doors opened just a few months ago.
"We don't want this show to be in that Cheers mode of "when will they or won't they" kind of thing. As good as that is, we wanted to show the reality that Alicia has a lot of things pressing on her and a lot of guilt trips and emotions that factor into whether she carries on an affair," co-creator and executive producer Robert King tells TVGuide.com. "There was an emotional moment last year where Grace says, 'Mom, you need to protect us more.' That has been nagging at Alicia all this...