Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 22, 2009
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network

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The Good Wife

A politician's corruption and sex scandal lands him in jail, leaving his wife to pick up the pieces and re-enter the workforce by joining a Chicago law firm as a junior associate in order to take responsibility for the family.

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07x22 End Aired: May. 08, 2016

The series reaches its dramatic conclusion on the series finale.

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The show had 7 seasons and 157 episodes air between 2009 and 2016.

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CBS announced that their new edition of “The Good Wife”

will debut in February 2017, The new “Good Wife” will premiere with a special broadcast on the CBS Television Network, and then move exclusively to CBS All Access. As previously announced, the new series will pick up one year after the events of the final episode of “The Good Wife.” The new series will star Emmy Award-winner Christine Baranski, who will reprise her role as the beloved Diane Lockhart, joined by fan-favorite Cush Jumbo as Lucca Quinn, along with the introduction of new characters as the story evolves.

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  • All episode titles in seasons 1-4 have the same number of words as the number of the season in which they appear. All season one episodes have one-word titles (e.g. Doubt), all season two…
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    All episode titles in seasons 1-4 have the same number of words as the number of the season in which they appear. All season one episodes have one-word titles (e.g. Doubt), all season two episodes have two-word titles (e.g. Real Deal), all season three episodes have three-word titles (e.g. After the Fall), and all season four episodes have four-word titles (e.g. Anatomy of a Joke). Later seasons reverse this formula. All season five episodes have three-words titles (e.g. The Bit Bucket), season six have two-word titles (e.g. Dear God) and season seven episodes have one-word titles (e.g. Taxed) completing the cycle.
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  • Up until the 4th season, all episodes had a title with its count of words increasing monotonically per season (effectively being equal to the season number); i.e. season 1 episodes had a…
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    Up until the 4th season, all episodes had a title with its count of words increasing monotonically per season (effectively being equal to the season number); i.e. season 1 episodes had a single-word title, season 2 episodes had a two-word title etc. Beginning with season 5, the title word-count started decreasing monotonically; i.e. season 5 episodes have three-word titles and season 6 episodes have two-word titles. It could be assumed that season 7 is scheduled to be the last one, all episodes having again single-word titles.
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  • According to Julianna Margulies, after three exhausting years juggling the demanding show schedule and dealing with her baby's first years, she made a deal with creators Robert King and
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    According to Julianna Margulies, after three exhausting years juggling the demanding show schedule and dealing with her baby's first years, she made a deal with creators Robert King and Michelle King. Starting in season 4, for those big courtroom scenes that take several hours to be filmed completely, Margulies would shoot the scenes where Alicia is an active part first, then they would shoot scenes with the other actors where she would have to be in the background for coverage once or twice and then she would leave the set to prepare her next scenes or have the rest of the day off.
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