If last week’s episode of “The Good Wife,” the aptly titled “Hitting the Fan,” chronicled the climactic blow-up of the Lockhart & Gardner, this week’s “The Next Day” found both sides staking their ground and moving into an uncertain future.
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Splitting Lockhart-Gardner into two rival firms continues to reap huge creative dividends on this week’s episode of “The Good Wife,” “The Next Day.” Maybe now the show will finally be… More
Last night’s aptly titled “Hitting the Fan” episode of “The Good Wife” was the culmination of this season’s domino-like set-up, as all hell broke loose at the beleaguered law firm of Lockhart & Gardner.
Sunday’s episode of “The Good Wife,” “Hitting the Fan,” delivered a sharp rebuke to the current accepted wisdom that broadcast television is no longer worthy of Emmys. This episode is… More
Lots of television episodes are described as game-changing. This Sunday’s episode of “The Good Wife” — ominously titled “Hitting the Fan” — actually lives up to the billing. When Lockhart-Gardner… More
With the Golden Globes and Oscar races heating up, awards season is about to get underway, and what better way to survey the contenders than to check up on their early work, available on Streampix?
It took four seasons and four episodes, but the firm of Lockhart & Gardner is about to implode in a major way after last Sunday’s installment of “The Good Wife.”
Diane owned Sunday’s episode of “The Good Wife.” In the space of an hour, she went from the woman who was pushed out of the firm she created to its biggest power player. Read our recap …
Diane set off a civil war in the “Good Wife” law firm Sunday night. Read our recap, and watch the episode …
Although it’s been showered with Emmy nominations and critical praise, “The Good Wife” has gotten a little lost on Sunday night in the midst of cable’s big guns—HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and “Boardwalk Empire,” Showtime’s final season of “Dexter,” “Ray Donovan” and the new “Masters of Sex,” AMC’s “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad” and “The Walking Dead”—but it remains the perfect example of what network TV does best, tearing its narratives from the day’s headlines.