The Good Wife
Nothing is every really over in today’s world. ‘The Good Wife’ spinoff is officially underway at CBS, the network just announced. So, who will it be based on?
“The rumors are true,” CBS boss Les Moonves confirmed during the Upfront in NYC on May 18. The spinoff of The Good Wife will air live on their streaming platform, CBS All Access, as will their other new show, Star Trek. Yes, the day has arrived where network shows are fully airing via streaming. This time, it will be based around the good-ish lawyer, Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski).
Ever since we found out the end near, ‘The Good Wife’ fans have been wondering — who will Alicia end up with? And that’s why the ending was so good.
Throughout the series, we’ve seen Alicia (Julianna Marguiles) as the strong woman she was, but also always really finding herself with a strong man — Will (Josh Charles), Jason (Jeffrey Dean Morgan),) and Peter (Chris Noth) were the main men in her life — and in The Good Wife finale. But in the end, her choice was…
‘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?
‘The Good Wife’ is coming to an end after 7 seasons tonight, May 8, so we’re taking a look back at the show’s most jaw-dropping moments.
Over the course of the past 7 seasons, The Good Wife has dropped twist after twist. From Will Gardner’s sudden death to Kalinda and Alicia’s final scene together, these are the top Good Wife moments fans will never be able to forget.
The final episode of ‘The Good Wife’ airs May 8, and it’s truly the end of era. Before tuning in to the series finale, here’s everything you need to know.
It’s time to say goodbye to Alicia Florrick. The series finale of The Good Wife is just days away. In preparation for what’s sure to be a fantastic final hour of television, we have a brief recap of the previous episode, who might be coming back and more.
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!
There are only 9 episodes left of ‘The Good Wife,’ so will Archie Panjabi’s Kalinda make a surprise return? EPs Robert and Michelle King revealed all in a new interview!
The Good Wife is coming to an end after seven seasons, and everyone’s wondering who will be returning for the last episodes. The biggest question we have — will Kalinda make one last final appearance? Executive producers Robert and Michelle King’s spilled the fate of a possible Kalinda return!
Whoa. ‘The Good Wife’ just made the biggest announcement ever during Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7 — that season 7 will be the final season of the show!
Get ready to say goodbye to Alicia Florrick. The Good Wife made the shocking announcement during Super Bowl 50 that season seven would be its last. The promo teased the final nine episodes of our beloved show. The Good Wife series finale will air May 8, 2016.
Is ‘The Good Wife’ getting cancelled?! Star Julianna Margulies hinted that the show might be ending when she said she’s ‘unemployed come April.’ Is the award-winning show not getting an eighth season?
Is the Good Wife ready to move on from The Good Wife? Julianna Margulies, 49, the woman we all know as Alicia Florrick, claimed during a speech at the Casting Society of America’s third annual Artios Awards that she’s “unemployed come April.” Say what?
Things are getting real steamy on ‘The Good Wife.’ In this sneak peek for the upcoming episode, Alicia takes an important phone call, only to be interrupted by her own sexy thoughts!
Hot damn Alicia (Julianna Margulies)! In a preview for the Mar. 8 episode of The Good Wife, Alicia gets a call from her campaign manager, Johnny (Steven Pasquale) to discuss her all important interview– ya know, the one that could define her political career. However, she just can’t quite her mind to, uh, focus, but honestly, we can’t blame her!
When Lemond Bishop is on ‘The Good Wife’, you never know what’s going to happen. Mike Colter has returned for season six and he spilled to HollywoodLife.com all about Bishop’s role this season.
Season six of The Good Wife is in full swing and Lemond Bishop is back! With Cary in jail and Alicia deciding to run for State’s Attorney, where does that leave Bishop? Mike Colter teases to HollywoodLife.com about what fans can expect, including Bishop staying on Alicia’s “good side” now that she’s made this big decision!
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!
On the May 18 finale of ‘The Good Wife’, Cary and Kalinda shared an incredibly uncomfortable sex scene — but did it enter ‘Game Of Thrones’ territory? Find out what the creators had to say about it!
Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) and Cary (Matt Czuchry) have always shared a fairly egalitarian relationship, but that changed on the May 18 finale of The Good Wife, and the ramifications of the changes in their power dynamic led to an extremely uncomfortable sex scene between the two of them. Co-executive producers, Michelle and Robert King, weighed in after the finale and revealed the thought process behind the sex scene — and name-dropped Game Of Thrones!
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?