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TV shows have been losing a lot of major characters this season, and no, we?re not just talking about those killed off on Game of Thrones. Last week, a big character saw his exit on Grey?s Anatomy, and this week, The Good Wife?s Kalinda Sharma also made her long-anticipated exit on the series. Or did she?Click To Continue Reading
The Avengers movies get the Sesame Street treatment - Moviefone Aqua Teen Hunger Force is in its final season - HuffPost Entertainment This character said goodbye on last night's episode of The Good Wife - Vulture The latest castaway...Show More Summary
Last night's The Good Wife gave us an unexpected twist. In fact, it was one of those episodes that felt so inevitable that it was hard to resist the urge to fast-forward through it because I wasn't that interested in...
Have viewers really seen the last of Kalinda Sharma this season on The Good Wife? That is certainly how things looked in Sunday night’s episode, and fans have known for some time now that Archie Panjabi was leaving the role by the end of Season 6. Show More Summary
Bruce Jenner‘s first wife Chrystie Scott is opening up about about his transition and how she feels about it. “I can’t remember the exact words because it was such a shock to me,” she said on Good Morning America on Monday (April 27). “It’s so hard to wrap your head around it, particularly because he [...]
One of "The Good Wife's" best characters seemingly departed the show Sunday (April 27), not with a bang but with a whimper. In the episode, Kalinda Sharma (Emmy winner Archie Panjabi) sacrificed her current life in Chicago to save Cary (Matt Czuchry). Show More Summary
Oh, Kalinda, we’ll miss you. On last night’s The Good Wife, all this Lemond Bishop mess finally caught up with Kalinda (played by Archie Panjabi, whose contract is up at the end of this season). Well, actually, she pretty perfectly planned handing over the evidence to Geneva Pine so she... More »
Bruce Jenner is such a lucky person — he has such a wonderful support system in his life! After the Olympian's deepest secret was made public knowledge on Friday with the touching 20/20 special with Diane Sawyer, members of Bruiser's family are coming forward and sharing their feelings for the 65-year-old. [ Related: Kim Kardashian Reveals Bruce's [...]
“The Deconstruction,” the latest episode of The Good Wife‘s tepid sixth season, is a perfect encapsulation of everything that’s wrong with the season as a whole. Made up of three plots, each a train wreck in their own special way, the...Show More Summary
So many disasters can happen when people don't talk directly to each other.
I always take showrunners' assurances that they have storylines and plot twists set out decades in advance with a healthy dose of skepticism. That said, I have no doubt that all those years ago, when they were conceiving Alicia Florrick and The Good Wife's premise, Michelle and Patrick King must... More »
With all its drama and twists, tonight’s episode of The Good Wife really feels like a season finale. There are two mid-episode smashes to black, and strictly within the context of “The Deconstruction,” they’re earned. The first comes after Alicia has her press conference announcing that she has withdrawn herself from the State’s Attorney office. Show More Summary
It's appropriate that this episode of The Good Wife is called "The Deconstruction" since Alicia's world is falling apart. But she's not the only one. It looks like the walls are finally closing in on Kalinda, too. Both women are facing life-changing crises. The difference is that only one looks like she'll make it through.
With only a few episodes to go this season, it makes sense that this episode of The Good Wife is all about exits. We see Alicia's formal withdrawal from the State's Attorney's race, yet another tableau of Alicia standing in front ofShow More Summary
The moment was more anticlimactic than we ever could have expected.
Alicia Florrick is in limbo. After being forced to resign from the State's Attorney office on Sunday's The Good Wife, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) tried to return to Lockhart, Agos & Lee, only to have it completely implode after a series of misunderstandings and R.D. (Oliver Platt) ultimately putting... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Good Wife Julianna Margulies
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Oh my Good Wife!!! That last scene. Take a minute and catch your breath because if you're anything like me you inadvertently held your breath the entire episode while sitting on the edge of...
If you're an actor who wants a good television role, head for "The Good Wife."That's the consensus among those who have worked on CBS' much-praised Sunday law drama, borne out in many cases by guest stars who have played recurring characters over the show's six seasons thus far. Show More Summary