100-Word Premiere: “The Good Wife”

Michelle and Robert King just know what they’re doing. The husband and wife team co-created The Good Wife three years ago, and have destroyed the competition when it comes to telling procedural stories week-on-week, backed up by real character development and a stellar cast (as evidenced by Marguiles’ second Emmy). This season opener focused on a doozy of an Israel-Palestine driven university murder, but more interesting was our lead’s burgeoning “relationship” with Will (i.e. getting fingered in her kitchen) and Kalinda teaming up with old flame Sophia, now working for new flame(ish) Cary. A steamy, intelligent, perfectly pitched legal drama.


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Playwright, screenwriter, sometime improv enthusiast and full-time television lover. You know, in THAT way.
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