‘The Good Wife’ To End After Seventh Series, CBS Confirms | TV News
It’s a sad, sad day for The Good Wife fans today, as the rumours surrounding the show’s future have been confirmed. It’s been circulating since January, but with the Superbowl, it has been confirmed that CBS’ Emmy-winning series The Good Wife will end after its seventh series, via a promo advertising the series’ “final nine episodes”.
The future of the show was already in doubt as the network confirmed that creators Robert King and Michelle King were working on outside projects. The series has gone through a number of changes, Josh Charles being the first cast member to exit in 2014, Archie Panjabi departing in 2015. The Good Wife currently airs on Sundays on CBS in America, and Channel 4 in the UK.
Latest posts by Harry Batory (see all)
- TropFest Confirms Move To Parramatta | Film News - August 15, 2016
- George R.R. Martin To Write ‘Wild Cards’ Adaptation | TV News - August 15, 2016
- Jack Abernethy And Bill Shine Named As Presidents Of Fox News | TV News - August 15, 2016