Tonight, there's no Glee or CW shows to keep you entertained, but fear not -- our favorite CBS shows are here to the rescue! Also, don't forget NBC's Minute to Win It and The Biggest Loser! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c I Want a Dog For Christmas, Charlie Brown on ABC NCIS on CBS Minute to Win It on NBC 9/8c NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS This Biggest Loser on NBC 10/9c The Good Wife on CBS 16 and Pregnant on MTV Glory Daze on TBS What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of THE GOOD WIFE “Nine Hours” Season 2 Episode 9 which airs on Tuesday December 13 at 10pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: When Alicia gets a vague tip from a courthouse clerk in the appeal case of a death row inmate, the law firm races to secure a stay of execution. Meanwhile, Peter Florrick prepares for his first debate with Glenn Childs and Wendy Scott-Carr, on THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday, Dec. 14 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Renowned defense attorney Barry Scheck guest stars as himself. Source & Preview
Our top TV moments of the week: 11. Best Drunken Advice: Self-professed "lush" Gwyneth Paltrow had trouble getting into the alcoholic mindset of her character in her upcoming film Country Strong , but she knew exactly who to turn to for some pointers: Robert Downey Jr. Paltrow tells Chelsea Handler on her Big Interview Special that her Iron Man pal "wrote me the most amazing e-mail and he helped me understand it." Or, you know, you could just watch Intervention . 10. Worst Timing: On Chuck ,Sarah treks half-way across the world to save Chuck from a Belgian trying to remove the Intersect from his brain. But while Chuck lays trapped in a dream, with each of his non-Intersect memories being ripped out, Sarah declares she found his proposal outline and wants to marry him. 9. Biggest Heartbreaker: After proposing to his ex-wife-turned-girlfriend on House , Wilson is left on one knee with his jaw hanging open when Sam storms away in anger because she thinks he has trust issues stemming from some shady medical paperwork she filed. And to add insult to injury, she walks out on him even after he apologizes — for what, we still don't know. To Read More Click Here.
Talk about Thanksgiving stuffing: Last night’s episode of The Good Wife was so loaded with plot points and character details, I’m going to a handy bullet-point format. • To skip to the end right away: While poring over wiretap tapes for a case, Alicia just happens to overhear Will discussing with a friend his beginning-of-season-two phone messages he left on Alicia’s phone. The friend (Mykelti Williamson as Alderman Wade) tells Will, “Go to her now and [say] the same thing in person.” Which, of course, he did not. And it was the second, professing-his-love message that Eli Gold had erased. Alicia kept the first one — “saved 123 days ago,” we see on her phone screen — but didn’t know of Will’s true, complete sentiments. Deducing that he’d said something meaningful to her, Alicia practically has a panic attack (very un-Alicia-like — brava to Julianna Margulies in executing this scene) and staggered into Will’s office to clear things up and possibly propose they run away from all this madness … but then Elizabeth Reaser’s “Baby, Baby, Don’t Get Hooked on Me” Tammy emerged to squelch any Alicia-Will communication. What a wonderful bummer. To Read More Click Here.
Tonight our CW favorites One Tree Hill and Life UneXpected are in repeats yet again, but don't forget to take advantage of all that's new! Glee, Parenthood, the new TBS series Glory Daze, and of course, don't forget to tune in to see who will take home Dancing with the Stars' coveted mirrorball trophy! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c No Ordinary Family on ABC NCIS on CBS Glee on FOX The Biggest Loser on NBC 9/8c Dancing with the Stars on ABC -- 2-hour season finale! NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS Raising Hope on FOX Stargate Universe on Syfy 10/9c The Good Wife on CBS Parenthood on NBC Sons of Anarchy on FX 16 and Pregnant on MTV Glory Daze on TBS What will you be watching?
Michael J. Fox will return to The Good Wife for an episode later this season, a show rep tells TVGuide.com. Fox, who guest-starred earlier this month as manipulative lawyer Louis Canning, will return for Episode 13, titled "Real Deal." In the episode, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) tries to sign up homeowners for a class action lawsuit, while Canning — who's up to no good — rushes to sign up the same clients. "As soon as we saw the dailies of Michael playing Louis Canning, we started pleading with him to return," series creators and executive producers Robert and Michelle King told Entertainment Weekly. "Luckily he agreed. He's amazing in this role: unpretentiously brave and funny. It's good to have him back." Are you excited for Fox's return? Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of THE GOOD WIFE “On Tap” Season 2 Episode 8 which airs on Tuesday November 23 at 10pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: When the government accuses an alderman of taking a campaign bribe from a Muslim extremist group, the team reviews hours of wiretap evidence to mount his defense, and Alicia is startled to discover that some of the tapes pertain to her, on THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday, Nov. 23 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Mykelti Williamson (“Forrest Gump”) guest stars as Alderman Matthew Wade, and Ana Gasteyer (“Saturday Night Live”) reprises her role as Judge Patrice Lessner. Source & Preview
Last night’s episode of The Good Wife, in addition to being another terrific episode, featured one thing that really stood out to me: Not Miranda Cosgrove (who was great!), not Kalinda’s consistently chic wardrobe (soooo chic-and-ass-kicky). Nope, what struck me was that the show managed to feature an aspect Internet culture in a way that was actually accurate and appropriate. This is like seeing a primetime unicorn! The episode included a minor subplot about teenager Grace watching those CGI recreations from that Taiwanese news show — recall the one where Snooki hits President Obama with a wine bottle, or the one that recreated Tiger Woods’ car crash last year, etc. On The Good Wife, Grace watched one about a DUI-happy starlet and one about her dad’s sex scandal, and it’s so dead-on I kind of can’t believe it: To Read More Click Here.
The Good Wife has cast Lie to Me alum Tim Guinee in a possible recurring role, a show rep confirms. Guinee, 47, will play an investigator working for the State's Attorney's Office who helps out prosecutor Cary (Matt Czuchry). Deadline first reported the news. The character will appear on the show early next year. Guinee most recently guest-starred on Law & Order: Los Angeles. Source Here
It's Tuesday, which means it's time to find out which star-pro couples will make it to next week's Dancing with the Stars big finale, and check out Gwenyth Paltrow's guest spot as the Glee club's sexy substitute teacher! Also, get a double dose of Raising Hope (one new episode, and one repeat) in place of on-hold Running Wilde! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c No Ordinary Family on ABC NCIS on CBS One Tree Hill on The CW Glee on FOX The Biggest Loser on NBC 9/8c Dancing with the Stars on ABC NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS Life UneXpected on The CW Raising Hope on FOX Stargate Universe on Syfy 10/9c Detroit 187 on ABC The Good Wife on CBS Parenthood on NBC Sons of Anarchy on FX 16 and Pregnant on MTV What will you be watching?