The Good Wife
A woman takes even more responsibility for her family after her husband goes to prison.
Julianna Margulies, Christine Baranski, Matt Czuchry, Alan Cumming, Zach Grenier, Jeffrey dean Morgan, Cush Jumbo, Archie Panjabi, Makenzie Vega, Matthew Goode, Graham Phillips, Mary beth Peil, Josh Charles, Chris Noth
Ridley Scott (Executive Producer), Robert King (Executive Producer), Michelle King (Executive Producer), David Zucker (Executive Producer), Brooke Kennedy (Executive Producer), Craig Turk (Executive Producer), Leonard Dick (Executive Producer), Robert King (Writer), Michelle King (Writer), Brooke Kennedy (Director), Ted Humphrey (Executive Producer), Keith Eisner (Executive Producer), Nelson Mccormick (Director), Robert King (Director), Ted Humphrey (Writer), Ted Humphrey (Director), Erica Shelton kodish (Writer), Rosemary Rodriguez (Director), Luke Schelhaas (Writer), Leonard Dick (Writer), James Whitmore (Director), Nichelle Spellman (Writer), Nichelle Spellman (Director), Craig Turk (Writer), Keith Eisner (Writer), Jim Mckay (Director), Fred Toye (Director), Michael Zinberg (Director), Felix Alcala (Director), Matt Shakman (Director), Josh Charles (Director), Matthew Montoya (Writer), Julia Wolfe (Writer), Griffin Dunne (Director), Paris Barclay (Director), Kevin Hooks (Director), Tony Scott (Executive Producer), Dee Johnson (Executive Producer), Steve Lichtman (Writer), J.c. Nolan (Writer), Jacqueline Hoyt (Writer), Meredith Averill (Writer), Christopher Misiano (Director), Roxann Dawson (Director), Corinne Brinkerhoff (Writer), Courtney Kemp agboh (Writer), Joshua Marston (Director), Dean Parisot (Director), David Platt (Director), Phil Abraham (Director), Karen Hall (Writer), Meredith Averill (Director), Tom Dicillo (Director), Julie Hébert (Director), Peter O'fallon (Director), Frank Pierson (Writer), Todd ellis Kessler (Writer), Rod Holcomb (Director), Lesli linka Glatter (Director), Omar Madha (Director), Amanda Segel (Writer), Barry Schkolnick (Writer), John Gallagher (Director), Alex Zakrzewski (Director), Steve Shill (Director), Todd e. Kessler (Writer), Tom Smuts (Writer), John Polson (Director), Angela Amato (Writer), Gloria Muzio (Director), Dan Minahan (Director), Dee Johnson (Writer), Scott Ellis (Director), Charles Mcdougall (Director)
|"Parallel Construction, Bitches" Lemond Bishop is arrested on a drug-related charge, possibly due to a leak within Alicia's firm; an agent from the office of public integrity contacts Marilyn. (Repeat)||WSBK|
|"A Few Words" Alicia reflects on the past for inspiration when she is invited to be the keynote speaker at the American Bar Association conference in New York; Cary and Alicia try to align with a powerful lawyer. (Repeat)||WSBK|
When a very public sex and political-corruption scandal lands her husband, Peter, in prison, Alicia Florrick must get past the humiliation and betrayal and assume responsibility for her family. She resumes her career as a defense attorney, shedding her persona as the embarrassed wife of a politician, and takes charge of her destiny. Four years later, Alicia decides to leave Lockhart/Gardner and start a new law firm with a colleague, Cary Agos. Now that Peter has won the gubernatorial election, Alicia must balance her evolving career and family responsibilities with her new position as first lady of Illinois.
Julianna Margulies as Alicia Florrick
Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart
Matt Czuchry as Cary Agos
Alan Cumming as Eli Gold
Zach Grenier as David Lee
Jeffrey dean Morgan as Jason Crouse
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