The Good Wife makes a great case for legal dramas

Julianna Margulies has already picked up two awards - a Golden Globe and a gong from the Screen Actors Guild - for her role in The Good Wife, which began last night on Channel 4. And rightly so: as Alicia Florrick, caught up in her politician husband's public scandal and left to pick up the pieces of her family and career, she gives a quiet, strong performance. But while the wife theme is the thread that pulls the series together, weekly episodes are less about Margulies being a good wife, and much more about her being a good lawyer. And doesn't everyone love a good lawyer? A good television lawyer, at any rate.

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