Will Peter make a successful return to politics on the season finale of The Good Wife? Will Alicia choose to pursue Will or stay with her husband? CBS has released promo photos and a short synopsis for the season finale, which will be airing on May 25. ALICIA MUST DECIDE IF SHE'LL STAND BY PETER OR PURSUE WILL, ON THE FIRST SEASON FINALE OF "THE GOOD WIFE," TUESDAY, MAY 25. To Read More Click Here .
Former guest star Dylan Baker returns in the May 18 new episode of The Good Wife as Colin Sweeney. CBS has released a few promo photos and a short synopsis. ELI GOLD WORKS ON GETTING PETER'S CHARGES DROPPED, AND ALICIA DEFENDS A CLIENT WHO CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE AFTER SHE FINDS HIM HANDCUFFED TO A DEAD WOMAN, ON "THE GOOD WIFE," TUESDAY, MAY 18 . To Read More Click here .
Watch a sneak peek and check out some images of THE GOOD WIFE "Unplugged" Episode 21 Tuesday May 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: The winner is announced in the competition between Alicia and Cary, on THE GOOD WIFE Tuesday, May 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Paige Turco ("Damages") guest stars as Alicia's client in a divorce case. Source & Preview
It's D-Day on The Good Wife Tuesday (CBS, 10 p.m. ET), when we'll finally learn who wins the law firm's junior associate 'bake off' - Julianna Margulies's Alicia or Matt Czuchry's Cary. From the promo (embedded after the jump), it's not hard to guess who plays a surprising role in the decision: Alan Cumming's Eli, the sharp-tongued, impeccably-dressed image consultant to Alicia's disgraced politician husband Peter (Chris Noth), who knows that Peter will need Alicia by his side if he's going to run again and win. (We won't spoil Eli's play, but after this episode, you'll understand how he becomes a regular in Season 2.) We recently caught up with Cumming as he was finishing a five-night engagement with his cabaret show in New York and preparing to fly to South Africa to shoot a limited-run British TV series, The Runaway, in which he stars as a transvestite named Desrae in 1960s London. That explains why we end up talking about his preferred method of hair removal. To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek and check out some images of THE GOOD WIFE "Mock" Episode 20 Tuesday May 4 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: The police are quickly at the door when Peter's electronic monitor sounds after he chases Alicia out of the apartment. As a result, Grace and Zach scramble to figure out a way to keep him from being arrested, on THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday, May 4 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
Before this season of The Good Wife concludes, we'll know for sure if Kalinda is a lesbian and, according to Josh Charles, we'll get 'a bit more' background on Will and Alicia's relationship at Georgetown. But that's looking too far ahead. The main focus of next week's new episode, "Mock," is on the conclusion of last week's episode; i.e. the fallout from Peter's decision to break his house arrest and set off his ankle monitor. Source & More Photos
It's over. With those words, Alicia closed a tremendous episode of The Good Wife this week and set into motion a series of events that could land Peter back in prison. That's what happens when your ankle monitor alarm goes off. As the preview below for "Mock" depicts, the police respond quickly to this violation. It also looks like the Florrick children get involved. Watch and see what we mean... Source & Preview
CBS gave a solid effort last night, but American Idol came out on top of the ratings contest... * 8 p.m. American Idol: 18.8 million viewers NCIS: 15.9 million Dancing With the Stars: 12.15 million The Biggest Loser: 6.3 million 90210: 1.5 million * 9 p.m. NCIS: Los Angeles: 15.5 million Glee: 12.6 million The Biggest Loser: 8.6 million Lost rerun: 5.6 million Life Unexpected rerun: 1 million * 10 p.m. The Good Wife: 12.1 million Parenthood: 5.9 million V: 5 million Source Here
Watch a sneak peek and check out some photos of THE GOOD WIFE "Boom" Episode 19 Tuesday April 27 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: When Alicia goes head-to-head in the courtroom with former boss Jonas Stern, she debates whether or not to use personal information to her advantage. Meanwhile, Peter uses religion to work on his appeal, on THE GOOD WIFE Tuesday, April 27 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
With The Good Wife's first season coming to a close, the partners at Stern, Lockhart & Gardner must finally decide between hiring junior associates Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Cary (Matt Czuchry) permanently. "There are some big changes that are going to happen with the relationship between Cary and Alicia," Czuchry tells TVGuide.com. "They are each going to do whatever it takes to get that spot through manipulation, making deals, and so we are going to see these characters' level of competition for that one spot come to a height." After first learning they were competing for a single spot at the firm in the series' pilot, the relationship between Alicia and Cary has evolved greatly over the course of the season, from competitors to trusting co-workers with a mutual respect for one another. However, looking forward to the season's last five episodes, Czuchry says that bond will be broken beyond repair, at least for "the foreseeable future." "There's always been that underlying competition there and now that this story line of who's going to win comes to a head, that competition is taken to the next level," Czuchry says. "Both with the competition coming to a close and the new story lines that develop out of that, the competition between them is taken further than we've ever seen before." The junior-associate rivalry will also give viewers new insight into Cary's life outside of the firm. On Tuesday's episode, airing at 10/9c on CBS, he will get a past from the blast in the form of an old flame. "A big piece of that episode is an old relationship comes back into Cary's life in a unique way," he says, "and that relationship ties into the competition storyline as well." Czuchry can't divulge who the winner will be. The result of the contest was changed three times, but he believes fans will appreciate the new ending and thinks it will do the season-long arc justice. "This most recent story line was a shock to me. It's a big risk. The best part about it is that the audience is going to feel like, if they've been watching from the beginning of the season and they've been following this particular story line, that there's a payoff for it," Czuchry says. "These last episodes have been really fun to play because it's really risky and it changes the show in a big way." Czuchry credits these risks to The Good Wife's overall success. "This show, with the success that it's had, continues to take risks with their characters and story lines," he says. "When you have a show that you finally get grounded in success, often times you could play it safe, but that's not the case with this show and that's what I love about it." Source Here