In which The Good Wife producers embed an extremely pointed and crabby message to recappers and freeze-framers all over the world. I’m not kidding. It’s at the end of the recap. As for the rest: This show has an amazing ability to be timely, because we JUST had the Religious Freedom Restoration Act craziness in Indiana, Read More...
Based on the crime novels by Ann Cleeves, BBC One drama Shetland is adding a trio of new stars to its roster. Game Of Thrones‘ Ciaran Hinds, The Good Wife‘s exiting Archie Panjabi and The Hour‘s Anna Chancellor are all boarding for the...Show More Summary
The actress joins 'CSI's' William Peterson, who recently signed on for the period drama. read more
by Hans Johnson Not a season will go by for a legal/crime television drama without an episode or two touching on the life issue. Usually the pro-life side will be personified by a wild-eyed religious bigot, and the pro-choice one by a sensible, pragmatic victim or observer. Show More Summary
Overwhelmed by the shrill hysteria of the left and most media over Indiana’s RFRA controversy? Want to hear some calm, reasoned and respectful arguments, for and against religious freedom accommodations? Check out the latest episode of CBS’ drama The Good Wife. Show More Summary
Let's be clear: on today's With All Due Respect, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann were very complimentary about Kelley Paul's performance today in introducing her husband Rand at his presidential announcement speech. They described her...Show More Summary
On Sunday's episode of "The Good Wife," a reporter gets her hands on Will and Alicia's emails from last week's hacking, and Alicia's team scrambles to save her reputation, while Diane tackles a case that pits her sympathies toward gay marriage against the rights of religious freedom.
Liz Glotzer will oversee Robert and Michelle King's King Size Productions banner. read more
The Good Wife creators/executive producers Robert and Michelle King have tapped Liz Glotzer to run their production company, King Size Productions, which is based at CBS Television Studios. The Kings are building up their shingle under the new three-year overall deal they signed with CBS TV Studios in September. Show More Summary
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Though it was filmed and written in February, episode 6 of "The Good Wife" feels as if it was planned in response to the "religious freedom" legislative controversies of the past week. In lieu of an Indiana pizzeria, the episode...
In a show which rivals The Good Wife for uncomfortable elevator scenes, this was really something. (Courtesy AMCtv) Is that all there is? For the entire gang at Sterling Cooper & Partners, that's the question, isn't it? All the partners...Show More Summary
Most TV shows dealing with legal and political issues often have that "ripped from the headlines" feel, but CBS' hit show The Good Wife struck gold last night with perhaps the most perfect timing of real-life news and fictional even...
Last week, amid the legislative battles over "religious freedom" laws, the story of an Indiana pizzeria went viral when its owners said they would refuse to cater weddings of same-sex couples. There is likely not a single gay couple in the state who would want to order a bunch of cheese pies for their wedding day. Show More Summary
There's an argument rooted in the Constitution for either side of the debate.
ABC was number one with adults 18-49 while CBS led with total viewers.
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Like any good prestige drama, The Good Wife’s characters pride themselves on always being the smartest person in the room. It’s not a surprise, really, as so much of the legal system is bound up in the idea that whoever is smartest, who ever knows how to best manipulate the law to their own will, will ultimately reign supreme. Show More Summary
Last night's episode of The Good Wife yanked hard on two threads the show's been dangling for months now: the fact that Alicia managed to sail into office with her character rather intact, if not unquestioned; and the fact that the shady deeds Kalinda pulled to spare Cary from prison... More »
The political drama this week aired a prescient episode about whether businesses can legally discriminate against gay customers