Following an announcement from creators Robert and Michele King in January that this season would be their last working on The Good Wife, it was unclear if the show’s lead, Julianna Margulies, or CBS would let it go quietly into that good night. Now that’s been put to bed: a promo that aired during the Super Bowl…
Though she’s off The Good Wife, Archie Panjabi isn’t going to let the show’s creators, or star Julianna Margulies, pretend that they didn’t have issues that prevented the development of certain storylines—or rather, that Margulies doesn’t have issues with her.
At this point, it seems fairly clear that Archie Panjabi and Julianna Margulies, who play Kalinda and Alicia on the CBS show The Good Wife, did not shoot the final scene their characters appear in together because of an unidentified issue between the actresses. Given all the evidence out there regarding this theory, …
There have been rumors for years that Archie Panjabi, who plays Kalinda on The Good Wife, and Julianna Margulies, who plays the show’s titular character, have gripes with one another so insurmountable they haven’t shot scenes together for several seasons. The issue was apparently so large that the pair recently shot…
Hello all you devout seekers of shade-justice, Shade Court is back in session. Your honor had to take a brief recess because dealing with all these affronts to the sanctity of shade is hard on a girl. I would apologize for my absence, but it is my supreme belief that no one should ever apologize for lying on a beach.…
Fans of The Good Wife will be horribly disappointed to learn that Archie Panjabi is leaving the show at the end of this season – heartbreaking news, given the demise of another beloved main character last season. BUT WAIT: She's doing so because she's got a deal with 20th Century Fox star in her own pilot. Excellent.
On Sunday night's episode of The Good Wife, an old friend of you and me and everyone we know stopped by to give Julianna Marguiles's character Alicia Florrick a little career advice. As you might expect, it was succinct, inspiring and left Alicia totally reconsidering her future.
Gloria Steinem will appear on an upcoming episode of The Good Wife as herself. On Live! with Kelly and Michael, Julianna Marguiles said that she freaked out when Steinem filmed her scene: "I made a fool of myself and then had to email her and had to apologize." Girl, you would not have been the first.
As promised, Josh Charles dropped in to visit David Letterman on The Late Show to explain just what in the holy hell went down on Sunday's episode.
The creators behind The Good Wife posted a letter to fans last night explaining the decision behind the shocking episode that caused an internet meltdown.
To accompany the episode "David and Goliath," the cast of The Good Wife made a music video. Enjoy Christine Baranski in rollers, brandishing a banana, everyone!
You might be surprised to learn that Anna Wintour is not a twerking enthusiast. She's cut Miley Cyrus off the cover of the December issue of Vogue, despite a completed photoshoot with Cyrus, because diddling yourself with a foam finger is apparently off-brand.
Oprah Winfrey's much-anticipated interview with Rihanna is close at hand, during which the two women will tool around Barbados, probably hug a lot, and talk about Chris Brown, who is back in Ri-Ri's life after the 2009 assault if you go by tabloids and collaborative remixes. The tears she sheds are remarkably sadder…
With the 2010-2011 TV season almost in the books, it's time to start dreaming about the 2011-2012 TV season. What? I like to plan ahead.
There are very few one-hour dramas in which a woman is the star. But Julianna Margulies is the sole lead on The Good Wife, which will be entering its third season in the fall. Yet Margulies thinks the networks have serious issues when it comes to handling female-oriented shows.
From this alternately amusing and disturbing "marital rating scale," we get a snapshot of what was expected of husbands and wives in the 1930s. The charts were posted by Thought Catalog, which says they were written based on surveys of men and women by the Scientific Marriage Foundation.