Josh Charles to Play Menendez Shrink in NBC's Law & Order True Crime
Josh Charles is going inside the minds of the Menendez brothers.
The Good Wife alum has joined the ensemble of producer Dick Wolf’s NBC anthology series Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Good Wife's Josh Charles Makes the Legal Case for Hillary Clinton — Video
Don’t get it twisted: Josh Charles and Will Gardner are two different people — and they’re both #WithHer. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
The Good Wife: Josh Charles Eyes Return for May 8 Series Finale?
Where there’s a Will there’s a way. Even in death.
I’m hearing Josh Charles will reprise his role as the late Will Gardner in The Good Wife‘s May 8 season finale. READ MORE
Good Wife's Final Season: Josh Charles Congratulates Cast on 'Amazing Run'
The morning after CBS announced that The Good Wife is in fact in the midst of its final season, former series regular Josh Charles weighed in on the big news. READ MORE
Masters of Sex Video: Josh Charles Is 'Not Very Interested in Nice'
According to Josh Charles, the way to a man’s heart is through his nose. Wait… his nose?!? READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Josh Charles Joins Masters of Sex Cast for Scent-sational Season 3 Arc
Josh Charles has Sex on the brain.
In his first dramatic TV gig since exiting The Good Wife, the in-demand actor is joining Masters of Sex‘s upcoming third season for a major arc, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Amy Schumer's Friday Night Lights Spoof: Watch Josh Charles Play Coach
The Friday Night Lights movie may be a no go, but Inside Amy Schumer on Tuesday delivered the next best thing: a brilliant parody, co-starring The Good Wife‘s Josh Charles as Coach
Taylor Thompson. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Video: Good Wife EPs Say Goodbye to Will Gardner, Not Josh Charles
Parting ways is hard to do, but luckily for The Good Wife, killing off Will Gardner did not mean bidding adieu to his portrayer.
In the following exclusive clip READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Emmy Poll 2014: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actor in a Drama?
The Emmy race for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series has swung back and forth like a pendulum this decade — and if the trend continues, it’ll be Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul (a winner in 2010 and 2012, but not 2011 and 2013) who’ll stroll up to the poduium in this even-numbered year. READ MORE
Josh Charles Returning to Good Wife (as a Director)
The Good Wife is bringing Josh Charles — but not his dearly-departed alter ego Will Gardner — back into the fold in Season 6. READ MORE