Exclusive: Josh Charles Inks New Good Wife Deal
The Good Wife just very quietly dodged a big bullet.
CBS has successfully concluded contract negotiations with Josh Charles, whose unique four-year deal was set to expire in May, TVLine has learned exclusively.
According to sources, the …READ MORE
Good Wife Exclusive: Josh Charles to Make Directorial Debut This Season
The actor, who plays attorney Will Gardner on CBS’ acclaimed drama, will step behind the cameras for this first time this fall and direct an episode, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Charles will helm this season’s sixth episode, which marks the …READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: The Good Wife's Josh Charles Hails Breakup Ep, Singles Out Show's Unsung Heroes
It would be tough for Josh Charles to top last year — when he earned the first Emmy nomination of his career for his work as Will Gardner on CBS’ The Good Wife. However, given the weight of his Season 3 story arc — not only did his attorney character enter into (and almost as quickly exit) a romantic relationship with Julianna Margulies’ Alicia, but he was suspended from practicing law and was forced to revisit his past as a gambling addict — the Sports Night alum looks poised to do just that. This time, however, he’s not just likely to get a supporting actor nomination, he could very well walk home with the prize. READ MORE
The Good Wife's Josh Charles Talks Will's Time Off ('It Will Test Him') and The End of the Affair
Six months is a long stretch, even in accelerated TV time. And yet that is for how long The Good Wife‘s Will Gardner must go without practicing law, as ruled by the Bar Association upon learning that, years ago, he “borrowed” money from a client. How will the hard-working litigator bide his time while hardly working? (Might he find a loophole to his suspension?) What will visiting kin have to say about the sad sitch? And might Will … READ THE TVLINE Q&A
Did Good Wife Alicia Make the Right Call?
[The following contains spoilers from this Sunday’s episode of CBS‘ The Good Wife.]
The Good Wife this week sent Alicia and Peter — and thus viewers — on a bit of an emotional roller coaster ride, smack dab in the middle of what in and of itself was a good A-story legal case. And as with any thrill ride worth its salt …READ MORE
The Good Wife's Josh Charles: House Alum Lisa Edelstein Is Playing a Real '****-Stirrer'
Josh Charles doles out some choice spoilers for Season 3 of CBS’ The Good Wife (premiering Sunday, Sept. 25) in our Emmys red carpet interview here – including talk of Will’s resurfacing gambling issues and the show’s new “s***-stirrer,” played by House alumna Lisa Edelstein.
But what I think you’ll find most entertaining about the clip … READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Supporting Actor in a Drama? Vote Now!
The Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama has gone to a different actor every year since 1996, when Ray Walston took home his second consecutive statuette for Picket Fences. And that trend will continue in 2011, as … READ MORE & VOTE
The Good Wife First Look: Lisa E's in the House!
No, this isn’t a still from an upcoming horror film starring Lisa Edelstein and Josh Charles. It’s a shot of the pair hamming it up between takes on the set of CBS’ The Good Wife, where House‘s former leading lady is playing a morally flexible lawyer with ties to Charles’ Will. READ MORE & VIEW IMAGE
Exclusive: Lisa Edelstein Opens Up About Her 'Disappointing' House Exit and Good New Gig
A funny thing happened to Lisa Edelstein soon after the news broke that she wouldn’t be returning to House this fall: She started getting phone calls. A lot of phone calls, from people who wanted to work with her. “It was a really nice feeling,” she tells TVLine in her first interview since tendering her resignation from the Fox hit back in May. “It was a new position for me, and it was very exciting.” One of the first overtures to come her way was made by the producers of The Good Wife, who offered her a three-episode arc as Celeste Serrano, a lawyer with ties to Josh Charles’ Will. As she began work on the CBS drama this morning, the actress called from the set to discuss her new gig and reflect on all things House — including her sudden exit, the shocking season finale and whether she’d ever return as Cuddy. READ MORE