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Yesterday, CBS released a lot of information regarding its 2016-2017 TV season. This included information on shows that will air during primetime on the regular network, but also shows that will be heading to CBS’ streaming service CBS All Access in 2017.
Currently, CBS is still in the process of figuring out what its lineup will look like next year. However, the potential Good Wife spinoff would not need to fit into CBS’ primetime lineup. Here's what we know.
Like a lot of major finales, last night’s final episode of The Good Wife was a mixed bag of long-awaited moments and odd endings that ended on a bit of a cliffhanger. Here's why the ending was written that way.
CBS’ The Good Wife is finally wrapping things up at the end of this season. Well, “wrapping up” might not be the right phrase to use, as series star Julianna Margulies says things won’t quite be so tidy when the show ends.
A new trailer for the series BrainDead has just hit the web; it's hands down one of the weirdest and most intriguing TV series of the coming summer.
We’ve just learned that The Good Wife series finale may bring back a beloved character for a potential guest appearance.
The Good Wife has only been cancelled for two days and showrunners Michelle and Robert King are already looking into a spinoff. Here's what we know about the possibility.
You know what the upside of getting the Super Bowl is? A network can slip in dozens of mini-commercials for its new and upcoming shows to try and improve ratings and get fans excited.
With ratings that have dipped to series-low averages, CBS’ The Good Wife was already theoretically in danger of cancellation even before the drama’s creators and showrunners Robert and Michelle King recently announced they were leaving. And now there's more fuel for that fire.
Unfortunately, today The Good Wife showrunners Robert and Michelle King have decided to bow out of the series at the end of Season 7. This seems like a terrible sign, for a couple of reasons.
Many people wouldn't expect major politicians to have much free time for sitting around and watching TV. Well, Hillary Clinton just proved all of us wrong. She actually likes some pretty popular shows. And what those shows are about seems to fit her perfectly.
Traditional cable and network TV outlets still very much rely on ratings to nab advertising dollars. So, we’ve decided to take a look at what shows are already faltering in those ratings this fall, looking only at programs that very well could be cancelled by the end of the season.
In the Season 6 finale, a scene brought Panjabi and Julianna Margulies’ character for one last time, but savvy Internet users helped to reveal the scene was a hoax.
For Season 7, The Good Wife has decided to go bigger and bolder. We learned that The Good Wife is going to take things to a national stage when Peter Florrick attempts to run against real-life politician Hillary Clinton to secure the Democratic nomination for President.
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.