“The Good Wife” stands out from the crowd thanks to whip-smart writing and its leading lady Julianna Margulies. The show’s secret weapon, however, is its rotating roster of A-list guest stars like Michael J. Fox, Matthew Perry, and Amy Sedaris.
“The Good Wife”
SundanceTV today announced season two of its non-fiction series BEHIND THE STORY WITH THE PALEY CENTER will premiere Sun., Nov. 8 at 10:00 AM ET/PT. The series will feature in-depth discussions with the stars, writers, and producers of the biggest shows on television today, including: Julianna Margulies (“The Good Wife”), Kerry Washington (“Scandal”), Lena Dunham (“Girls”), Ty Burrell (“Modern Family”), Gina Rodriguez (“Jane The Virgin”), and Clark Gregg (“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”).
SundanceTV announced that it has renewed BEHIND THE STORY WITH THE PALEY CENTER for a second season of six episodes including: Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife), Kerry Washington (Scandal), Lena Dunham (Girls), Ty Burrell (Modern Family), Gina Rodriguez (Jane The Virgin), and Clark Gregg (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.).
Our host, Jim Rash, sat down with “The Good Wife” star Julianna Margulies, creators Robert and Michelle King and EP Ted Humphrey to talk about their critically acclaimed series on THE WRITERS’ ROOM not long before “The Good Wife” fans blew up the Internet after the (SPOILER ALERT!) 15th episode, in which Will Gardner got killed, aired this season.
What happens when comic Michael Showalter and his writing partner Christina Lee start texting about The Good Wife? Find out below then tune-in to THE WRITERS’ ROOM for more serious conversation on the series Mon., May 19 at 11PM/10c on SundanceTV.
On THE WRITERS’ ROOM, star of The Good Wife Julianna Margulies describes her character Alicia Florrick as someone who is “…incredibly aware of the wrongdoing. But the competitive side of her is: I want to win.” What character is her biggest rival? Vote below.
“The Good Wife” is very, very alluring. Even though I have excellent intentions to spend hours in front of the television – you know, “Glee,” “Hoarders,” “Lost,” “The Lazy Environmentalist,” “Dead Wood” on DVD — somehow I … sigh … just can’t get to it, so the only thing I watch, ever, is “The Good Wife.” Flipping to it doesn’t feel so different than settling in for some good comfy “Law and Order.” But guess what? It’s so much more satisfying! Why, you ask? There have been plenty of lawyer shows on network television, plenty of political thrillers, plenty of who-done-it, how-do-it, do-it, and un-do-it. Why is this one so different?