Law & Order reunion!
Will CBS’s impending decision about Elementary be elementary? What’s the 411 on Brooklyn Nine-Nine? We predict the fates of 30 shows still in limbo.
The show's key players are all losing their sense of morality.
The musician describes the surreal experience of watching himself being played by Matthew Lillard.
Alicia takes on a Glee-like TV show who ripped off her Jonathan Coulton–esque musician clients and “legal jazz” ensues.
Last night's episode was the show's hundredth, and they pulled out all the stops.
"She’s still attracted to the idea of Will as sexual object."
We got some interesting insight into the history of the Florrick family and the future of Lockhart/Gardner.
A flustered Eli and a major Florrick/Agos victory? What a delightful episode.
Tensions are still high as we return to a typical case of the week episode.
This week’s episode had to be a step down from last week's. It had to be.
"I don't think he's going to go cry in his pillow."
That might have been one of the best hours of television we’ve seen all year.
Alicia's basically turning into Will.
It's impressive how quickly Diane's world has unraveled.
Put on your most powerful suit and stripiest tie, we’re back with season five of The Good Wife.