Michael J. Fox Returning to ‘The Good Wife’

Michael J. Fox Returning to 'The Good Wife'

“Back to the Future” star will appear on multiple episodes of the CBS drama

Michael J. Fox‘s NBC vehicle might have come to an abrupt halt — but he's not done with television yet.

Fox has booked a returning gig on CBS's “The Good Wife,” reprising his role as attorney Louis Canning.

Also read: ‘Michael J. Fox Show’ Yanked by NBC

Fox is booked for multiple episodes on the Julianna Margulies-starring drama.

His NBC comedy, “The Michael J. Fox Show,” was pulled from the network's Thursday night schedule this week. The freshman series had aired 15 episodes out of 22 produced. The remaining episodes will air at an undetermined time in the future.

Also read: E! Apologizes for Embarrassing ‘Fun Fact’ About Michael J. Fox and Parkinson's (Updated)

TVLine first reported Michael J. Fox‘s “Good Wife” return.

  • AirForceMed

    Sorry, but the character that Michael J. Fox plays on ‘The Good Wife’ is not a likable person, and the way he uses his Parkinson's to garner attention and manipulate is not funny or cute. It's revolting and inappropriate!