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'The Good Wife' Email Hack And Post-Election Drama

March 30th, 2015 9:09am EDT
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Undisclosed Recipients' - Don
So the State's Attorney's election is over - so now what? That's the big question at the heart of this week's episode of The Good Wife, "Undisclosed Recipients," which between the post-election drama and another hacking problem, feels like it's going back to some of the same plot wells.

In what could've been a jumping-off point to start something fantastic for the remainder of the season, ultimately the biggest takeaway for the audience is to be more careful with one's emails.

Everyone at Florrick, Agos & Lockhart is celebrating Alicia's victory for two seconds before their motivations be...

'The Good Wife' Recap and Review: 'Red Meat' - Who Won The Election?

March 23rd, 2015 9:03am EDT
'The Good Wife' Recap and Review: 'Red Meat' - Who Won The Elect
Election day is finally here on The Good Wife, putting an end to the storyline that's been the focus of most of the sixth season. "Red Meat" wraps up Alicia's campaign in precisely the way you could've predicted it would end a while ago, but the lack of surprise is compensated for with some humor in unexpected places that makes the road more traveled still entertaining.

Alicia and Jonathan are pretending that they didn't just make out as Alicia meets up with Peter, who naturally is not thrilled that she took aim at him in her latest speech. She retorts that once the day is over, they can g...

'The Good Wife' At PaleyFest: Matt Czuchry Talks Cary In Season 6

March 8th, 2015 12:08pm EDT
'The Good Wife' At PaleyFest: Matt Czuchry Talks Cary In Season
The Good Wife finally joined the PaleyFest LA lineup on Saturday night, and we were on the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre to quiz star Matt Czuchry about the ups and downs that his character, Cary Agos, has been through so far in the current season - as well as the one big change that's about to come his (and our) way.

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains spoilers if you are not caught up with the current season of The Good Wife.

The character of Cary may be the most changed over the entire run of the series, and he certainly was thrown for a loop during the first half of season six. Fan...

What Does Michelle Obama Have In Common With 'The Good Wife'?

January 21st, 2015 1:30pm EST
Michelle Obama Plays 'The Good Wife' At Prez' State Of Union Add
Michelle Obama clearly watches too much network television.

Dressed in a Michael Kors tweed skirt suit, Michelle Obama probably didn't realize her designer attire had been worn on-screen before on the hit TV series "The Good Wife."

The skirt suit was first seen on actress Julianna Margulies in the role of Alicia Florrick, the wife of former state attorney Peter Florrick. The character of Florrick was jailed following a notorious political corruption and sex scandal.

Fans of the CBS show picked up on the twinning reel-life and real-life wives immediately.

Twitter user Elaine Teng wrote: ...

'The Good Wife' Recap: 'The Debate' - Political Showdown

January 12th, 2015 9:12am EST
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'The Debate' - Political Showd
Now that The Good Wife has answered the burning question hanging over it all season, it's time for the series to refocus on Alicia Florrick's campaign for State's Attorney. The political side of the show takes center stage in "The Debate," in which Alicia and Frank Prady (David Hyde Pierce) finally go head-to-head, and her estranged husband Peter worries about a potential riot in the streets of Chicago.

The episode opens with a news report about two police officers facing a grand jury verdict over the death of a civilian - just minutes before Alicia goes on stage for her debate with Prady....

'The Good Wife' Review: 'Hail Mary' - Desperate Times Lead To Surprises

January 5th, 2015 9:02am EST
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Hail Mary' - Desperate Times
After leaving us on a tear-jerker of an ending back in November, The Good Wife returns for the second half of its season with two of its principals heading on seemingly unstoppable courses in two opposite directions: one facing imminent time in prison, and the other continuing her campaign for political office. By the end of the episode, they both get surprises - and so do we.

Alicia's coughed up several thousand dollars to hire Bill Kroft (Domenick Lombardozzi, aka Herc from The Wire), a "prison consultant" who's supposed to prepare Cary for the next four years - two with good behavior - ...

'The Good Wife' Recap: Another Scandal On The Horizon?

November 17th, 2014 9:50am EST
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Sticky Content' - Another Sca
Sometimes, in politics, you've got to do some things that you don't want to do. Just like in relationships. And sometimes, you call in the guy from Numb3rs to help you figure it all out. Such is the case with this week's episode of The Good Wife.

Jonathan and "media specialist" Josh Mariner (David Krumholtz, making his return to the network since the cancellation of Partners) are putting together Alicia's campaign video, much to the displeasure of the candidate and her psuedo-assistant Marissa Gold (Sarah Steele). This keeps Alicia from being there as Diane and Cary meet with the FBI, who ...

'The Good Wife': 'Red Zone' - Pick Your Side

November 10th, 2014 9:06am EST
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Red Zone' - Pick Your Side
Overstepping one's boundaries, either actual or perceived, seems to be the theme of this week's The Good Wife. Every major character is either finding some sort of trouble, telling someone else how to get out of it, or both. It's all quite the tangled mess, but it does come with some pleasant revelations at the end.

While Jonathan (a returning Steven Pasquale)'s focus group rambles in half a dozen directions, Owen (Dallas Roberts) asks Alicia to help one of his students with a rape case, and no sooner has he put on the "puppy dog face" than Diane drags her over to listen to the tape of Car...

Female 90s Stars Still Owning Hollywood

November 6th, 2014 7:00pm EST
Our Favorite Female Film Stars From The 90s Still Owning Hollywo
There is no denying that some of the hottest women from the 1990's still reign over Hollywood today! From Buffy, Rachel Green and Carrie Bradshaw on our television screens to G.I. Jane, a Speed-ster and a "Lethal Weapon," these iconic actresses became household names and defied the Hollywood standards of women. Let's take a look at some actresses whose careers blossomed in the nineties.

Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock's career took off in the 1990's after she appeared in 22 TV shows and movies, including Working Girl (1990), Demolition Man (1993), Speed (1994), While You Were Sleeping (1995...

'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Oppo Research' - Alicia The Candidate

October 13th, 2014 9:19am EDT
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Oppo Research' - Alicia The C
Now that Alicia's entertaining the idea of running for State's Attorney, The Good Wife can kick the political part of itself back into full consciousness. In an episode devoted entirely to whether or not she's going to chase political office, the show almost gleefully enjoys exposing all the warts and quirks of the life of Alicia Florrick, in a rapid-fire hour that checks off a whole list of dirty laundry while we just try to keep up.

Olivia Pope's not the only one drinking this week, as Alicia's breaking out the wine and cheese for a "talk" with Eli, not realizing that if she's going to r...

Jimmy Fallon And Julianna Margulies Play Hokey Principal & Vice Principal In 'Musical Morning Announcements'

September 17th, 2014 4:36pm EDT
Jimmy Fallon and Julianna Margulies
Jimmy Fallon whipped up a hokey school announcement skit with guest Julianna Margulies on Tuesday night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

The two stars played the principal and vice principal of fictitious Saugerties High School (not to be confused with the real Saugerties, NY, High School), singing their way through the school's morning announcements to the tunes of Beyonce, Iggy Azalea, Lil Wayne and Taylor Swift.

"Please call me 'the artist formerly known as prince... ipal,'" Fallon jokes at one point, which gives you an idea of how awkwardly goofy the skit is, espec...

New Photos: Julianna Margulies Flies First Class With Her Emmy, Mila Kunis Is Very Pregnant & More!

August 27th, 2014 1:35pm EDT
New Photos: Julianna Margulies Flies First Class With Her Emmy,
How do you pack an Emmy? You don't! That's what actress Julianna Margulies did -- or didn't do on Tuesday when she flew out of Los Angeles with her award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for "The Good Wife" in hand.

The actress was spotted arriving at LAX airport carrying just a small bag and her Emmy.

Fellow Emmy winner Bryan Cranston, who won the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series trophy, returned home on Tuesday following a breakfast run to find balloons and congratulatory notes in front of his house, placed there by his neighbors.

Mila Kunis was also spotted on Tu...

'Breaking Bad,' 'Modern Family' Dominate The 2014 Emmy Awards (Photos & Winners List)

August 26th, 2014 12:23am EDT
'Breaking Bad,' 'Modern Family' Dominate The 2014 Emmy Awards (P
AMC's hit drama Breaking Bad dominated the 2014 Prime Time Emmy Awards on Monday night, taking five awards during the 66th annual event.

The series picked up its second consecutive win for Outstanding Drama Series, and its three main stars, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn all landed awards in their respective acting categories (see list of winners below). Cranston won his fourth Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Emmy, while Paul took home his third Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series and Gunn her second consecutive Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series...

'The Good Wife' Season 5 DVD Review: Brilliant Season, Fantastic Set

August 24th, 2014 1:06pm EDT
'The Good Wife' Season 5 DVD Review: Brilliant Season, Fantastic
Season five of The Good Wife was a game-changer, but is its home video counterpart as impressive? On Tuesday, CBS Home Entertainment released The Good Wife: The Fifth Season on DVD, and we've examined the multi-disc set to render a verdict about whether or not it belongs on your shelf.

(SPOILER ALERT - This DVD review contains discussion of the fifth season of The Good Wife. If you're not aware of the season's major plot twist and don't want to be spoiled, skip this review.)

By the fifth season, many TV shows have settled into a comfortable routine. The creative teams know what works for ...

'The Good Wife' Review: 'The Deep Web'

May 5th, 2014 10:49am EDT
'The Good Wife' Review: 'The Deep Web'
After last week's uncomfortable episode, The Good Wife opts for a lighter touch this week, and it mostly works. When Alicia meets Daniel Irwin (Nestor Carbonell, from every show ever made, but we're always going to think of him as Batmanuel from The Tick) while both are going through the tedious process of jury duty, flirting is immediate.

Everything else that follows is awkward, from Alicia talking to herself when she doesn't know what to do, to her watching some intentionally bad film that's way too on the nose. The good news here is that Carbonell's a natural in the romantic foil role (...

'The Good Wife' Review: 'Tying The Knot'

April 28th, 2014 8:37am EDT
'The Good Wife' Review: 'Tying The Knot'
You could call this the "reunion" episode of The Good Wife. Should be future Emmy winner Josh Charles is back, directing the action, while Dylan Baker once again reprises his role as the show's creepiest client, Colin Sweeney. The result is an installment that's kind of like Clue, except without the three different endings.

Needing a very important signature on some merger paperwork, Alicia gets roped into Sweeney's engagement party and stuck having to convince his equally bizarre fiancee Renata (played by Laura Benanti, previously seen as Det. Nick Amaro's wife Marie on Law & Order: Speci...

How Many Sharks Have Your Favorite Shows Jumped?

April 19th, 2014 10:00am EDT
In the fickle word of entertainment, it's rare when a television show makes it through its first season. For the lucky shows that do, they risk jumping the shark, Hollywood's term for a show's cringe-worthy decline due to over-the-top or nonsensical plotlines. Has your favorite long-running series like "Supernatural" or "The Good Wife" made the leap? Read on to find out...


It's a little baffling that the CW's sci-fi show is bringing in some of its best ratings yet in its ninth season. It's mind-boggling to realize that after nearly 200 episodes, "Supernatural" is s...

'The Good Wife' Recap: 'The Last Call'

March 31st, 2014 8:35am EDT
The Good Wife
We don't know about you, but we are still very much in recovery from that bombshell The Good Wife dropped on us last Sunday. (If you haven't seen last week's episode, stop reading now - or if you must continue, you can read our review for the major reveal. Your choice there.) Setting aside the fact that we still get choked up thinking about what happened, we now have to turn our eyes to another, very important question: how, exactly, are you supposed to follow that up?

It's a question that plagues every writer who drops a major bombshell. Actually doing the deed - whether it's killing a ch...

TV's Sexiest Female Stars 2014 Edition

March 15th, 2014 5:00pm EDT
TV's Sexiest Female Stars 2014 Edition
Yesterday we gave you our list of TV's most sexiest male stars and today, we've got a little something for the gentlemen. We know that we really don't have to put too many words here because you fellas aren't here for that. Behold, our list of television's most sexiest women of 2014!

As always, feel free to let us know if we have left any sexy ladies off of our list!

Emilia Clarke (above), "Game Of Thrones"

Kerry Washington, "Scandal"

Taylor Schilling, "Orange Is The New Black"

Stana Katic, "Castle"

Laura Prepon, "Orange Is The New Black"

Nina Dobrev, "The Vampire...

'The Good Wife' Review: 'We, The Juries'

January 13th, 2014 8:18am EST
The Good Wife
Now that The Good Wife has gotten plenty of mileage out of its personal drama, it's time to throw some professional scandal back into the mix.

Last week's episode ended with Eli finding out that an anonymous source sent the press video that insinuates Peter may have become Governor of Illinois through some less than ethical means. (You have to feel for Eli. He's just moved past worrying that Peter slept with his ethics consultant, and now this happens.) Eli brings this development to Peter and Marilyn, and the latter immediately starts an investigation. At the center of it is fixer Jim Moo...

'The Good Wife' Scores At People's Choice Awards

January 9th, 2014 8:32am EST
The Good Wife
Let's hope the Golden Globes take note: CBS's top-shelf drama The Good Wife won twice at Wednesday night's People's Choice Awards, hauling in more hardware for one of the best shows on television.

Star Julianna Margulies accepted the trophy for Favorite Network TV Drama, which The Good Wife scored over Chicago Fire, Grey's Anatomy, Nashville and Parenthood.

Margulies was nominated for Favorite Dramatic TV Actress, but lost that category to Castle star Stana Katic.

Meanwhile, Josh Charles was named Favorite Dramatic TV Actor, beating out Jim Caviezel (Person of Interest), Kevin Bacon (The...

'The Good Wife' Scores Three Golden Globe Nominations

December 13th, 2013 6:52am EST
The Good Wife
It's a good day for The Good Wife.

As the CBS drama enjoys its best season yet, it was rewarded Thursday morning with three Golden Globe nominations: Best TV Series (Drama), Best Actress in a TV Series (Drama) for Julianna Margulies, and Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Mini-Series or Movie for Josh Charles.

The show will be up against Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, House of Cards and Masters of Sex for the Best TV Series (Drama) trophy, making it the only network TV series to receive an nod in that category. It was previously nominated for the award in 2010.

This is the fifth straight B...

2013 Emmys Worst Dressed: Heidi Klum's Neck Brace Dress, Lena Dunham's Floral Disaster, More

September 23rd, 2013 11:00am EDT
Heidi Klum
One of the reasons people watch the Emmy Awards (besides cheering on their favorite shows) is to see the fashion. And although we like to get a glimpse of the stars walk the red carpet in their glamorous gowns, we really love to see their fashion missteps.

"Project Runway" host and "America's Got Talent" judge Heidi Klum usually has a keen eye for fashion. But her red Versace gown didn't quite work on Sunday night.

There is such a thing as too many sequins, and the neck brace-like top of her dress looked odd. She resembled a showgirl more than a supermodel.

Other celebs also made some fa...

'Good Wife' Star Julianna Margulies Heads To Trial Over Fight With Former Management Team

August 22nd, 2013 4:49pm EDT
The Good Wife
Julianna Margulies is heading to trial in Los Angeles next year over a legal battle with her former management team.

D/F Management claim they are owed $420,000 in back payments for their alleged involvement in landing the actress roles on CBS show "The Good Wife" and as a spokesmodel for cosmetics brand L'Oreal.

The firm's lawyers are also seeking more money after "The Good Wife" was sold into syndication.

The agents represented Margulies from 2009 until 2011, and the actress filed a lawsuit in October claiming her ex-manager Steve Dontanville did not give her a written document of his ...

2013 SAG Awards Fashion: Black, Navy Blue & Neutral Gowns Dominate

January 28th, 2013 9:19am EST
Jaimie Alexander
As we inch closer to the Academy Awards, tons of stars celebrated themselves at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards on Sunday night.

Jaimie Alexander of "The Last Stand" (above) was one of the few celebs who showed some skin on the red carpet in a low-cut black Marc Bouwer gown. Most opted for more conservative ensembles in black, navy blue, and other neutrals.

A handful stood out in bright colorful gowns, including Jessica Chastain and Kaley Cuoco in bright red and Lea Michele in a bright pink dress.

Jennifer Garner, whose husband Ben Affleck is earning accolades for "Argo," looked ele...

2013 Golden Globe Awards Fashion: Stars Dazzle In Black, White & Red

January 14th, 2013 9:21am EST
Golden Globes 2013 Fashion
Sunday night was one of the of the biggest events in Hollywood - the 2013 Golden Globes Awards. Red, white and black were some of the more popular choices on the red carpet, with stars such as Zooey Deschanel, Jennifer Garner, Claire Danes, Marion Cotillard and Jennifer Lawrence opting for crimson gowns.

Hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey wore black and white, and Eva Longoria looked very leggy in a black gown with a slit up the thigh. Salma Hayek also stunned in a strapless black dress that showed off her curvy figure. Rachel Weisz wore black with a sheer polka dot skirt and her best accessor...

Vibrant Yellow Gowns Dominate 2012 Emmy Fashion - See Tons Of Photos!

September 24th, 2012 9:11am EDT
Julie Bowen
The red carpet was full of bright colors at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards last night, but yellow was the most popular. "Modern Family" star Julie Bowen, winner of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, looked oustanding in a strapless canary yellow gown.

"Homeland" winner Claire Danes, who is several months pregnant, also opted for a strapless yellow dress that was (obviously) more loose fitting than Julie's.

"Game Change" winner Julianne Moore picked a more conservative yellow gown with long sleeves, a higher neckline and a billowing skirt.

Check out more yellow gown...

Multiple HBO Series, 'Mad Men,' & 'Downton Abbey' Among 2012 Emmy Nominees

July 19th, 2012 10:00am EDT
Mad Men
Early this morning Jimmy Kimmell and Kerry Washington announced the nominees for the 2012 Primetime Emmy Awards. Multiple nominees include "Mad Men," "Downton Abbey" and "30 Rock."

Battling it out for the Outstanding Drama Series award will be "Mad Men," "Homeland," "Downton Abbey," "Dexter," "Breaking Bad," and "Boardwalk Empire."

Outstanding Comedy Series nods go to "30 Rock," "Girls," "Modern Family," "The Big Bang Theory," "Veep," and "Curb Your Enthusiasm."

Notable nominees include Zooey Deschanel from fledging series "New Girl," Julia Louis-Dreyfus from HBO's "Veep," Claire Danes f...

Julianna Margulies Is Proud Of Her 'Brave' Sex Scene In 'The Good Wife'

March 28th, 2012 8:15pm EDT
Julianna Margulies
Actress Julianna Margulies has defended her hit show The Good Wife's controversial oral sex scene, insisting it was a bold move by drama co-creator Michelle King.

The former ER star's character Alicia Florrick was pleasured in a bathroom by her cheating spouse, portrayed by Chris Noth, during an episode which debuted in 2010 - and the sexy clinch immediately became a water cooler topic among fans.

Margulies admits she was initially concerned about how she'd play a woman in the throes of sexual ecstasy, but now she's proud of the scene.

She tells More magazine, "The first thing that went ...

Julianna Margulies Studied Political Sex Scandals For Role On 'The Good Wife'

March 26th, 2012 10:14pm EDT
Julianna Margulies
Actress Julianna Margulies studied the fall-out from real-life political scandals to perfect her scorned spouse role in hit TV drama The Good Wife.

In the Emmy Award-winning series, Margulies plays Alicia Florrick, a lawyer and mom-of-two who is humiliated when her husband, portrayed by Chris Noth, is sentenced to jail following a sex and corruption scandal.

And the former ER star reveals she did her best to get into character by studying Silda Spitzer, Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Edwards, all of whom were betrayed by their politician partners and tasked with the decision of whether or ...