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CBS isn’t what most people would call the most liberally zany when it comes to putting new projects into production, and the network is teaming back up with The Good Wife creators for a new series that sounds like one of the weirdest and most promising new concepts out there.
The Good Wife is heading into Season 7 without popular character Kalinda Sharma, and as such, has some pretty big shoes to fill. Today, it looks as if the series has done just that. Find out who after the jump!
In recent weeks, an odd scene that was shot between Kalinda and the show’s lead Alicia Florrick, played by Julianna Margulies, has caused some controversy, leading many to wonder what cause Panjabi to want to leave. As it turns out behind-the-scenes drama between the two actresses is probably the culprit.
We already knew about one major character that would not be back next season on The Good Wife. Now, It turns out another series regular is heading for the door, as Matthew good is ending his run as a regular character on the show. But he might not be done for good.
It is finally renewal season, and CBS has just announced a slew of renewals for the 2015-2016 season, which is way better than when the network cancelled newbies Stalker, Battle Creek and The McCarthys.
TV shows have been losing a lot of major characters this season, and no, we’re not just talking about those killed off on Game of Thrones. Last week, a big character saw his exit on Grey’s Anatomy, and this week, The Good Wife’s Kalinda Sharma also made her long-anticipated exit on the series. Or did she?
In this day and age of television, character deaths are a strong form of currency. As such, we’ve put on our most morbid thinking caps and have come up with 10 characters who absolutely need to meet their makers in the very near future.
If you’ve ever wondered how money on a TV show can easily get spent, look no further than this recent information from The Good Wife’s Julianna Margulies, who recently told David Letterman that she wears an amazingly expensive wig on the CBS drama.
Patton Oswalt recently went on an epic Twitter rant to express his appreciation for what Television has to offer, dropping more than a few titles in the process.
America loves television. America loves television so much that last year there were 180 original scripted shows that aired on cable alone. While cable and streaming shows have been receiving a lot of love from the awards ceremonies of late, apparently, the average American is still very much a fan of regular broadcasts.
Central to The Good Wife's story is how Kalinda will be exiting. We’ve known for some time that Archie Panjabi will be moving on to greener pastures at the end of Season 6. However, tonight’s episode gave us some big hints as to where Kalinda might be headed at the end of the series.
Here’s to a successful year filled with shocking deaths, tragic deaths, vengeful deaths, epic deaths and tear-inducing deaths. Here at CinemaBlend, we’ve compiled a list of 2014’s biggest TV deaths, and you can check them out
The Screen Actors Guild just unleashed its nominees for 2014, and as it usually is with television, most of the nominees are pretty much what you would expect. Game Of Thrones, House Of Cards and Modern Family all cleaned up on nominations.
This month, the awesome CinemaBlend staff is putting together the lists of the shows we feel have really stood out from the pack in 2014. Everyone’s list is different, so if you don’t see you favorites here, be sure to check back in and take a look at our other TV writer and editor best of list that will be hitting the homepage over the next few weeks.
The Good Wife is starting to lose some of its key players. After Josh Charles left the CBS series in a shocking move towards the end of last season, the show managed to maintain most of the rest of its lineup heading into Season 6. However, on Wednesday, it was revealed Good Wife favorite Archie Panjabi, who plays Kalinda on the hit series, will be leaving at the end of the season.