The murder has triggered repercussions across the program's mixed landscapes
The character of Alicia Florrick in "The Good Wife" is somewhat in the similar situation as the show itself. The character plays a political spouse done wrong who struggles to make the right decisions as she constantly finds herself at intersecting personal and professional crossroads. "The Good Wife" on Sunday ends an extraordinary season with a surprising turn as a major character is killed off which creates enough disarray. But on the other side, this has also brought on some new choices that promise more twists for one of the best dramas on major network TV.
Though the show always sticks around the edges of melodrama or predictability, the team behind all this makes sure that they step in the right minute with their creativeness and this goes on to show that they’re a couple of quick steps ahead of those of us convinced we've seen it all in weekly TV drama. The character that has been killed off this season was serving as Alicia’s friend, boss, lover and rival and this turn in the plot has triggered repercussions across the program's mixed landscapes of family and work, and of emotion and action. There was another good thing about this murder because now the brilliant Michael J. Fox is making a return as amazingly shifty attorney Louis Canning, who might or might not be dying, but can't be trusted in either case.