The Good Wife

Sunday, January 27 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Alicia is conflicted when she’s presented with a career-changing offer that carries a large financial risk. Meanwhile, Will and Diane face off against their creditors, and Jordan and Eli disagree over a possible attack on Maddie Hayward’s campaign.

Sunday, January 13 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

When a lawyer is arrested, Alicia, Will and Diane step up to aid the quirky litigator. Meanwhile, Peter is presented with conflicting pieces of advice from Eli and Jordan.

This January Corus Entertainment’s W Network brings courtroom drama, tough-love therapy and high-end design back to the schedule with season premieres of four popular series.

On Friday, January 4, the final season of The Closer (Season 7) premieres at 8 p.m., followed by Season 2 of Necessary Roughness at 9 p.m.; The Good Wife Season 2 premieres Tuesday, January 8 at 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. with back-to-back episodes; and on Thursday, January 10, Million Dollar Decorators Season 2 premieres at 8 p.m.

Viewers can catch the final season of the critically acclaimed series The Closer when Season 7 premieres Friday, January 4 at 8 p.m. The series stars Golden Globe winner Kyra Sedgwick as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson, who uses her CIA training to close high profile cases, extracting confessions when nobody else can. Continue reading »

Sunday, December 2 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

When Will defends a man accused of murder, Alicia attempts to influence the outcome by aiding the prosecutor in a nearby county, who is trying another man for the same crime. Meanwhile, Eli feels heat from the Justice Department, and Nick forces Kalinda’s hand.

Sunday, November 25 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

When Alicia and Diane agree to let a famous liberal (Bruce McGill) lawyer aid them on a case, they soon realize he may not have their client’s best interests in mind. Meanwhile, Alicia’s mother (Stockard Channing) arrives for Thanksgiving seeking moral and legal support from Alicia and her brother.

Sunday, November 18 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

When Will is convinced that a judge (Judd Hirsch) is biased against his client, he and Alicia risk the judge’s wrath by demanding a hearing to determine if another judge should take over the case. Meanwhile, Grace is affected by the death of a classmate and Zach looks for a way to help Peter’s campaign.

Sunday, November 11 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Cary has an uneasy reunion with his father (John Shea) when he and Alicia travel to Washington to represent a comedienne (Christina Ricci) who is being sued by a television network for indecency. Meanwhile, a former client turns to Alicia for help, and Diane and Will question Clarke’s latest strategy to help the firm out of debt.

When storm Sandy dug her claws into the East Coast of the US, the entertainment industry was hardly the biggest concern when both lives and livelihoods were at stake across several states.

But in the aftermath of the storm, the Hollywood Reporter has detailed the effect the violent weather had on the TV industry in New York.

When Sandy hit New York, there were 21 TV series currently in production in the city including Person of Interest, Gossip Girl, 30 Rock and new Kevin Bacon drama The Following. Continue reading »

Sunday, November 4 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Alicia represents a soldier (Amanda Peete) who accuses a civilian of attacking her while on tour in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, a surprising new obstacle appears in Peter’s quest for the governorship.

Sunday, October 14 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Alicia and Will represent an internet startup in a lawsuit against a search engine accused of manipulating results. Meanwhile, Eli attempts to head off a potential scandal for Peter’s campaign.