The Good Wife
The Good Wife has shocked fans with memorable episodes, but could the most shocking episode still be on its way? The Good Wife's Graham Phillips, who portrays Zack Florrick, tweeted his reaction to episode five of the CBS legal drama's upcoming fifth season by comparing it to Game of Thrones' infamous Red Wedding.
He later clarified he wasn't referring to the wedding's high death count.
The first trailer for Amanda Seyfried’s highly-anticipated movie, Lovelace, has hit the web and it’s jam-packed with juicy tidbits and big name stars. Sharon Stone, Chris Noth, Robert Patrick, Juno Temple, Peter Sarsgaard, Adam Brody, Hank Azaria, James Franco, Eric Roberts, Chloe Sevigny and Bobby Cannavale all bring the heat in the new film. Lovelace hits theaters August 8. Watch it after the jump! READ MORE
The Good Wife is injecting a bit of intrigue into its upcoming fifth season. The CBS drama has signed Ben Rappaport to play one of the fourth-year lawyers who leaves Lockhart-Gardner with Alicia (Julianne Margulies) and Cary (Matt Czurchry). However, there’s a twist. According to TV Line, Rappaport will be playing a character with a familiar name, but a different spelling, Carey.
Now why would The Good Wife have two characters with the same name?
Sarah Michelle Gellar (ex-Kendall Hart, All My Children) glowed opposite her The Crazy Ones co-star Robin Williams at CBS Upfronts on May 15. The Tiffany Network promoted its new shows The Millers, Hostages, Intelligence, Mom and We Are Men, while focusing the spotlight on CBS's returning stable of ratings hits. Check out more photos from the CBS 2013 Upfront Presentation after the jump!
Talk about a big sigh of relief! CBS has renewed its Sunday legal drama The Good Wife along with 13 other series today. In total, seven dramas and two comedies were given another season. Reality and news shows rounded out the list. Four series were previously renewed. See the full list of shows renewed today after the jump!