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Good News, Bad News: THE GOOD WIFE, HOUSE & CSI

Good News: NBC has greenlit a new comedy starring Matthew Perry and executive produced by former FRIENDS showrunner Scott Silveri. Bad News: Crushing our dream of a series regular gig for Perry’s highly watchable Florrick nemesis Mike Kresteva on THE GOOD WIFE. [Source] Good News: HOUSE is bringing back a familiar female face for its [...]
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