Are we starting to get near the tail end of the journey on “The Good Wife“? Based on what we are hearing now from the show’s own star in Julianna Margulies, she does not appear to be that confident about the idea of continuing on with the show.
According to Vulture, Margulies attending the third annual Artios Awards put on by the Casting Society of America, and had the following to say when talking about her need of future work:
“[Creators Robert and Michelle King] think I’m here for them … But I’m unemployed come April, and I think you [casting directors] haven’t seen me in a while, at least not in person, so I thought I should show up.”
You could say that this is more of a reference to uncertainty necessarily than “The Good Wife” ending, mostly because the initial contract that Margulies signed to do the show lasted only for seven seasons. To bring her back now you need to figure out a way to do an extension, and we’re not sure honestly that the show needs that. The Kings are going to be exiting as showrunners at the end of season 7, and we just cannot imagine the show continuing without their participation as the people steering the ship. They are so much responsible for why we love it, and also they are the ones who have created so many of the characters who we now love.
If this turns out to be the last year for “The Good Wife,” let’s just hope that it is a great ride.
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