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The Good Wife Exclusive: Robert and Michelle King Talk Sunday's Devastating Cliffhanger ('There Was No Joy In This'), Preview What's Next

Dramatics, Your Honor

If this week’s episode of The Good Wife is still sitting, unwatched on your DVR, hit the nearest exit. Everyone else, read on… READ MORE

Post Mortem: Good Wife EPs on 'Unbound' Will, Kalinda's Loyalties and Alicia's Breakdown

Hitting the Fan

The following contains major spoilers for Sunday’s episode of The Good Wife.

Well, that was one ugly episode of The Good Wife – and we mean that in the best way possible. READ MORE

Good Wife Boss on Vamp Diaries Fanfic Shout- Out — Plus: The Other Shows They Almost Used

Good Wife Vampire Diaries Fanfic

Are the Good Wife writers closet Delena ‘shippers?

On Sunday’s episode of the CBS drama, Kalinda uncovered some lusty Vampire Diaries fan fiction originating from her boss’ IP address and email.

So how did the surprise crossover come about? READ MORE

Good Wife Bosses Preview 'Tense' Love Triangle, a Bolder Cary, [Spoiler]'s Return and More

"Invitation to an Inquest" – Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Will’s (Josh Charles) latest case brings them to an inquest at the coroner’s office, where they are hindered by a bizarre rule limiting their questioning to three per witness, on THE GOOD WIFE, Sunday March 17 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network Network. Photo: David Giesbrecht/CBS ©2013 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Good Wife‘s Lockhart Gardner is about to get a taste of wealth – but it comes with a price.

Now that the law firm is out of bankruptcy, its staff will find that “what comes with richness is its own set of problems,” executive producer Robert King teased during a recent conference call with the press. READ MORE

Good Wife Boss Shares Secrets To Show's Success, Teases Alicia's Next Move


Tell the creators of The Good Wife why you think their CBS drama is so great (and now, Golden Globe-nominated), and your choice of words could leave them chagrined. “The word people most often use is ‘smart,’ which is embarrassing to us,” shares Robert King, who created the legal/family/romantic drama with Michelle King, his wife. “The other phrase they use is, ‘There’s more complexity.’”

King takes the latter compliment as a nod to … READ MORE