Primetime Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner returns for the last time as Alicia Florrick, the "good wife" who went on to create an independent life of her own, in this final season of the acclaimed series. Savour every pivotal episode as Alicia transforms herself from harried bond court attorney into a partner with Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) at the firm where her career first took root. Along the way, Alicia meets a new confidant in Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo), explores personal boundaries with Jason Crouse (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), hears a stunning confession from Eli Gold (Alan Cumming) and supports her husband, Peter (Chris Noth), in both his run for the White House and possible return to the big house. See how everything comes frill circle in the shocking and satisfying finale of this gripping drama.
The Good Wife is also a good series
- The Good Wife: Series 7 review by Gray
I have found The Good Wife series to be one of the most enjoyable programs from the U.S.A. Other programs from the United States tend to insult my intelligence with humor that is not on my wavelength. The Good Wife, however, has an underlying humor that is very well written into the storyline. I have watched it from series one to the seventh, and I have been entertained from start to finish. Well worth watching.