It’s goodbye for The Good Wife. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cast and creators of the CBS series will discuss the final season during a panel at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.
The popular legal drama was cancelled in early February.
At the panel will be series creators Robert and Michelle King, as well as cast members Julianna Margulies, Christine Baranski, and Cush Jumbo. It will be one of the last panel conversations for the long-running series, which is currently in the middle of its seventh and final season.
The panel will also feature a “sneak screening” of an episode. The schedule doesn’t specify whether this episode will be the series finale, but the Kings have revealed the finale will be a “surprising” one. Currently, The Good Wife only has four episodes left.
The Tribeca Film Festival panel is set for April 17th.
What do you think? Are you a fan of The Good Wife? What do you think will happen in the series finale?
It was suggested at the Tribeca Film Festival panel for “The Good Wife” that the CBS series “doesn’t plan to tie up all of the loose ends”. At the panel, Robert King was asked whether fans could expect all the loose ends to be tied up satisfyingly—Alicia’s romance with Jason, her pending divorce from Peter, Peter’s legal issues, the future of the firm. He replied matter-of-factly, “I don’t think the best finales wrap up all the loose ends. They are novelistic. And novels, sometimes there’s a little ambiguity, which is fun.” He paused quickly. “‘Fun’ is the wrong word,” he… Read more »