6×03 – ‘Dear God’ Sneak Peeks

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6×03 – “Dear God” Promo

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6×02 – ‘Trust Issues’ – Sneak Peek #2

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6×02 – ‘Trust Issues’ – Sneak Peek

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6×01 – “The Line” Screencaptures

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6×03 – “Dear God” Episode Stills + Press Release

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“Dear God” – Cary’s freedom lies in the hands of his pretrial service officer, Joy Grubick, as she interviews his colleagues to determine whether or not he should remain behind bars. Meanwhile, Alicia and Dean find themselves in unfamiliar territory when a client’s case ends up in Christian Arbitration, on THE GOOD WIFE, Sunday, Oct. 5 (9:30-10:30 PM, ET, 9:00-10:00 PM, PT), on the CBS Television Network. Linda Lavin guest stars as pretrial service officer Joy Grubick. Robert Sean Leonard guest stars as Del Paul, an arbitrator. Taye Diggs returns as Dean Levine-Wilkins, an equity partner at Lockhart/Gardner.



6×02 – Trust Issues – Additional Stills

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6×02 “Trust Issues” Promo

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‘The Good Wife’ Creators on Alicia’s Political Quandary, Romantic “Spark” and Season 6

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“We’re going to go there,” Robert King tells THR of Alicia and Finn’s slow build

Will Alicia Florrick run for state’s attorney?

The Good Wife picks up right where the season-five finale left off, with Eli Gold proposing to Alicia that she run for political office — a trajectory she had not previously considered. Alicia’s possible move comes at a crucial time for Florrick/Agos, as a potential merger with former Lockhart/Gardner colleague, Diane Lockhart, continues to progress at the behest of Cary Agos, who embarks on his own unique journey.

That’s not to say the lingering effects of Will’s death won’t be felt throughout the new season. (In fact, Josh Charles returns to direct an episode.) As co-creator Michelle King insists in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter ahead of Sunday’s premiere, Alicia won’t “have completely forgotten it, but it also doesn’t mean she’s going to live mired in it either.”

Returning to the fray will be memorable characters such as Elsbeth Tascioni (Carrie Preston), Josh Perotti (Kyle MacLachlan) and Louis Canning (Michael J. Fox), joined by David Hyde Pierce (returning to TV for the first time since the end of Frasier), Taye Diggs, Connie Nielsen, Steven Pasquale, Samantha Mathis and feminist/activist/author Gloria Steinem. Here, Michelle and Robert King talk to THR about the new season.
For the latter part of season five, Will’s death loomed large — and rightly so. How long of a shadow does that moment cast on the new season.

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Good Wife Bosses Won’t Keep Killing People, Tease Alicia’s Big Decision in Season 6

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Fans of The Good Wife can officially breathe easy. Ever since the acclaimed CBS drama killed off its male lead, Will Gardner (Josh Charles), six months ago in a shocking twist absolutely no one saw coming, the show’s loyal following — aka #TheGoodWifeSupportGroup — have had to sleep with one eye open, fearful that in this post-Will Gardner world, nothing and no one is safe.

“The show can’t keep killing people,” co-creator and executive producer Robert King tells TVGuide.com about Good Wife not necessarily trying to top itself in Season 6. “One of the reasons the show got more acclaim sometimes was because of the surprises. Even though you want to be able to surprise the audience, I do think that’s a very low bar in many ways for a TV show. [It's] much better to not just be ‘Oh my God’ moments, but to tell stories in an interesting way. So the pressure was only in just trying to shake up the system a bit because I do think one of the successes of the fifth season was we didn’t go to sleep.”

That’s an understatement of epic proportions since last season also saw Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Cary (Matt Czuchry) leave Lockhart/Garder to start their own rival firm. So will The Good Wife be able to keep up the momentum when it returns on Sunday (9:30 p.m. ET / 9 p.m. PT, CBS)?
Although co-creator and executive producer Michelle King says, “I feel like I go into every season feeling like, ‘OK, we do have to do the very best we can do,’ so it didn’t change from one season to the next,” Robert is reveling in one big change: the post-Season 5 increase in creative freedom. “This season has been more fun because CBS seems to be so behind it. I think they were thrilled with the creative direction and so we have had even more carte blanche than usual,” he says. “It’s been very nice to have this sense of ‘Woo, we can do what we want.’ … So you know if it’s a bad season, it’s our fault.”

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