‘The Good Wife’ knows how to bring its A-game to a finale. Within the first 15 minutes of the last episode, Will Gardner snuck his way back in — and we couldn’t help but love it.
The Good Wife just went there. The series finale of the show featured one of the biggest returns in TV history — and Will Gardner finally got (a little bit of) closure. Watch Josh Charles‘ epic return here. Plus, did you like the ending?
This is pretty much the best news ever! Josh Charles will likely reprise his role as the late Will Gardner in ‘The Good Wife’s May 8 series finale, according to HollywoodLife.com’s sister site, TVLine. Get all the details here!
We’re all still mourning over the death of Will Gardner, but could Josh Charles return in some form or another in season six? HollywoodLife.com chatted with one of the stars of the show, and that answer is yes!
The death of Will Gardner (Josh Charles) was the defining moment of The Good Wife season five. While we’re still hoping Will had a long lost twin who died in that courtroom, could Josh be returning to The Good Wife on or off camera? The show’s own Ben Rappaport dished to HollywoodLife.com all about that possibility!
The April 13 episode of ‘The Good Wife’ will be utterly Will Gardner-less, and if you’re still in mourning, Josh Charles has some words of comfort just for you. Read on for our exclusive interview!
Fans of The Good Wife, even though you may be missing Josh Charles‘ Will Gardner from the April 13 episode, we’ve got your fix! HollywoodLife.com spoke to Josh EXCLUSIVELY at the Pinwheels for Prevention event held by Prevent Child Abuse America in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month on April 8, and he told us all about his involvement with this incredibly important cause and he had some comforting words to help his fans continue to grieve the loss of his beloved character.
For fans of ‘The Good Wife,’ the March 30 episode — titled ‘The Last Call’ — featured the last scenes we’d probably ever see of Josh Charles’ beloved character Will Gardner, and it left us a bit wanting. We’re not really sure that it provided the closure that was promised to us! Do you agree?
“The Last Call” was perhaps an even more heartbreaking episode of The Good Wife than the one preceding it where Josh Charles‘ character, Will Gardner, was shot dead. It was tragic for a number of reasons, chiefly among them being the fact that we didn’t see Will in true flashbacks, but rather, in Alicia Florrick’s (Julianna Margulies‘) imagination as she wondered how her last conversation with Will may have gone. It didn’t feel like the best send-off we could have received for the character — do you agree?
Just because Josh Charles asked for his character, Will Gardner, to be written out of ‘The Good Wife,’ that doesn’t mean that there’s any bad blood between himself, ex co-star Julianna Margulies, and showrunners Michelle and Robert King!
While Josh Charles has claimed that his departure from hit CBS procedural The Good Wife was amicable, it’s been a tough pill to swallow considering the utter despair from fans following character Will Gardner’s death. However, HollywoodLife.com now has the exclusive proof that Josh has been telling the truth, and that there appears to be no bad blood! Josh, co-star Julianna Margulies, and — what appeared to be — showrunners Michelle and Robert King were spotted dining together on March 27 at the ultra-trendy ABC Kitchen in New York City.
By now, everyone knows that Will Gardner was killed off of ‘The Good Wife’, but that doesn’t mean that fans are handling the loss well. Viewers are freaking out, even going as far as calling out for help via ‘Good Wife’ support groups! Actor Josh Charles just wants to let the fans know that it will all be okay.
Fan favorite Josh Charles made quite the exit, deciding to leave The Good Wife, and ultimately getting fatally shot off the show on the shocking March 23 episode. The show’s creators have already comforted fans, and now Josh is reaching out to the series’ followers who are mourning over Will Gardner. Keep reading to see what he said!
‘The Good Wife’ fans are still in the midst of an emotional breakdown after Will Gardner was killed off in the March 23 episode, and now, actor Josh Charles is speaking out on the shocker of TV history. Keep reading to find out why he was shot.
It’s not often that a series regular is killed off a hit show, but The Good Wife went there on the Sunday, March 23 episode, killing off Will Gardner (Josh Charles). It’s hard to imagine that an actor would voluntarily opt to leave primetime, but it’s true — Josh wanted out! Why did he decide to end his run on the CBS legal drama? Click below to WATCH!
Fans of ‘The Good Wife’ were totally shocked by the March 23 episode when a series regular was shot. However, it turns out that the reason for our broken hearts is that the actor wanted to leave!
On the March 23 episode of The Good Wife, we thought we were watching Teen Wolf — after all, a series regular was heartlessly killed off by a stray bullet, and it turns out that the actor wanted to leave the show! Fans were not prepared. Read on to find out who was killed and why, but SPOILERS are ahead, obviously!
Kyle Chandler & Peter Dinklage get our vote! Who gets yours?
When it comes to intense men on TV, Ian Somerhalder will always be our favorite. But since he’s not nominated this year — we’re still waiting! — let’s talk about the serious dudes vying for the Lead and Supporting Actor awards at this Sunday’s Emmys. Jon Hamm and John Slattery will both be representing Emmy-favorite Mad Men, while our personal favorites Kyle Chandler and Peter Dinklage will also be vying for that sweet Emmy gold.
Richie loves Josh’s new funky “Notown” music!
We caught up with fashion designer, Richie Rich at The City Winery in NYC Feb. 15 and he confessed he’s discovered the ‘next Elton John,’ and his name is Josh Charles. Richie was out and about to support the release of Josh’s new album Love, Work & Money.“He’s great … the next Elton John,” Richie told HollywoodLife.com. Read more