Watch a sneak peek and check out some photos of THE GOOD WIFE "Hi" Episode 14 which airs Tuesday February 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: As Alicia defends a husband accused of murdering the babysitter, she and her family prepare for the outcome of Peter's appeal and his possible homecoming, onTHE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday Feb. 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
Warning: The following interviews with The Good Wife cast and crew members reveal a few spoilers about next week's episode and beyond. With that out of the way, we can confirm the following: Peter will turn down the offer made to him by Childs at the conclusion of "Bad." He'll take the offensive and request a retrial hearing. If successful, of course, this means he'd return home and live with Alicia and the kids. As Julianna Margulies tells TV Guide Magazine: "Alicia has made the decision to let Peter come home - but she knows that the only way that she wonât crack is if she takes it a day at a time.â To Read More Click Here .
Lost 's sixth and final season premiere was up 12 percent over last year's opener, but American Idol continued to dominate Tuesday nights. Lost's two-hour premiere averaged 12.1 million viewers and dominated the adults-18-to-49 demographic in both timeslots. It was the ABC's best two-hour performance since November 2007. ABC kicked off the night with a Lost clip show, which pulled in a decent 10 million viewers. Fox dominated at 8 o'clock, however, as American Idol's Denver auditions drew 24.4 million viewers. That placed well ahead of NCIS (19.1 million viewers) and NBC's The Biggest Loser repeat (5 million viewers). Though Lost won the demo every half hour from 9 to 11 o'clock, CBS averaged more viewers with NCIS: Los Angeles (16.4 million viewers) and The Good Wife (12.7 million viewers). Kitchen Nightmares (9.3 million viewers) was competitive, and NBC's two-hour Biggest Loser pulled in 9.5 million in its hour-later timeslot. 90210 and Melrose Place repeats both pulled in fewer than 1 million viewers for The CW . Source Here
"The Good Wife" returns next week with the trial and the ultimate question whether Peter sleeps with Amber Madison while his wife is away. As Alicia defends a husband accused of murdering the babysitter, she and her family prepare for the outcome of Peter's appeal and his possible homecoming. Called "High Hopes", the episode is slated to air on February 9. "One of the reasons we made it about state attorney in Chicago, because we wanted her job, her return to the workplace to have an essential meaning to where her husband worked and to where her husband has the scandal," Exec Producer/Writer Robert King said. "...We will always have the tentacles of the scandal because whenever you open one door thinking you know what scandal, there will another door that you open up." Julianna Margulies who plays Alice nabs her first Golden Globe through her role on the series. "I just want to thank [CBS producers] Les Moonves and Nina Tassler, for believing in the 10 o'clock drama," she said during acceptance speech in reference to the Jay Leno - Conan O'Brien drama. Source & Preview
Lost is finally here!! ABC will be taken over by 3 glorious hours of Lost, so check out when you should be tuning in for Lost Extravaganza, plus what else is on if (gasp!) you're not a Lostie. 8/7c Lost : Final Chapter on ABC - Recap special American Idol on Fox NCIS on CBS 9/8c Lost on ABC - 2-hour season premiere! Kitchen Nightmares on Fox The Biggest Loser on NBC NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS 10/9c The Good Wife on CBS White Collar on USA Network The Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo 11/10c The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek and check out some photos of THE GOOD WIFE "Bad" Episode 13 which airs Tuesday February 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: Tensions are high as Peter's appeal trial begins and Alicia defends a wealthy client in civil court whose innocence she doubts, even after he's found not guilty in criminal court of murdering his wife. Meanwhile, Diane decides to take precautions when a felon she successfully prosecuted is about to be released from prison, on THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday Feb. 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
* Lost (9/8c, ABC) Juliet certainly took one for the team last May and is definitely dead, but she's slated to return (in one way or another) this season. Claire and Boone are back, too. Tonight, in fact. But in the flesh or as ghosts? And last we saw Locke, he was alive in Jacob's bunker inside the Taweret statue and dead in that crate on the beach. What gives? All we really know about the final-season opener is what the producers have told us: "The aftermath from Juliet's detonation of the hydrogen bomb is revealed." * The Good Wife (10/9c, CBS) At long last, Peter's appeal trial begins, but he's made an offer from his nemesis Glenn Childs that could guarantee his freedom. Of course, it comes with strings attached. As for Alicia, she has a dilemma of her own: She must defend in civil court a wealthy, arrogant client (Dylan Baker) she suspects murdered his wife. Mamie Gummer (Meryl Streep's daughter) guest stars as a bumbling prosecutor. * The Biggest Loser : Couples (9/8c, NBC) The blue and yellow teams, which were eliminated after the first challenge of the season, return to the ranch after 30 days at home to weigh in and try to win a spot back on the show. After that shake-up in the game, the players get back to business with a grueling football challenge in which the winner receives immunity at the weigh-in. The losing team, however, must overcome a significant disadvantage. * Frontline (9/8c, PBS) Do we really need to text, tweet and blog about the minutiae of our everyday lives? Regardless of how you answer, this look at how the Internet and digital technology are changing life as we know it is sure to pique the interest of both netizens and the Internet-phobic. While some segments may seem obvious (multitasking has a negative impact on attention spans - who'd have guessed?), others - such as the real-world effects of virtual immersion - are fascinating. * Michael Vick Project (10/9c, BET) After making his much-talked-about return to the field with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2009, embattled quarterback Michael Vick is now the focus of a BET docu-series, which chronicles his attempts to rebuild his career and public image following his 2007 conviction for involvement in an illegal dogfighting ring. The series also explores Vick's childhood and how he established the "Bad Newz Kennels" on his Virginia property while playing with the Atlanta Falcons. Source Here
it has only just started airing over here in the uk but the viewing figures look promising to me TV ratings: The Good Wife debuts with 1.4 million Channel 4's US drama import starring Julianna Margulies attracts 8% audience share The Good Wife Julianna Margulies in The Good Wife. Photograph: CBS/Channel 4 Channel 4's latest US drama import, The Good Wife, premiered with 1.4 million viewers last night, Monday 25 January. Starring Julianna Margulies as a housewife forced to resume her legal career after her husband, played by Chris Noth, is jailed, The Good Wife picked up an 8% audience share, according to unofficial overnight figures. A further 196,000 watched an hour later on digital catchup service Channel 4 +1. The Good Wife was up against BBC2's US comedy import, Nurse Jackie, which attracted 1 million viewers and a 5% share in the half hour from 10pm.
Matt Czuchry has spent a good deal of time on television dramas. Between Gilmore Girls for the WB-turned-CW and Friday Night Lights for NBC, he was a seasoned pro before winning the role of junior associate Cary Ago on CBS' The Good Wife. Though the show was announced to be getting a second season, Czuchry opened up to Starpulse about the possibility of Cary not returning and what else he could move on to. Gilmore Girls reunion movie, anyone?? To Read More Click Here .
While The Good Wife airs a rerun this week, at least fans of the CBS drama have an intriguing guest star to look forward to: Alan Cumming has landed a role on the critically acclaimed series. Best known to television audiences for his roles on The L Word and SyFy's Tin Man, the Scottish actor will portray an image consultant named Eli Gold. Graham Phillips, who plays computer savvy teen Zach Florrick, told TV Guide Magazine of the casting/storyline ahead: "Zach uncovers a bunch of information about his father that proves he's more innocent than everyone thought he was. And Alan's character is really intense and basically tries to turn around Peter's career. He says that Zach's own investigation work is the best the campaign's had so far." The Good Wife returns on February 2 with a new episode titled "Bad." Source Here