Duo behind CBS hit drama talks to TheWrap about show’s return and why Democratic frontrunner will be a character on the series … kinda
Everything is about to change on “The Good Wife” when its Season 7 premiere hits the airwaves on Sunday.
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“I would say the biggest difference is that last year Alicia’s ambitions got away from her humility,” series co-creator
Viewers will also get their 2016 political fix this season, as Peter Florrick sets his sights on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in an effort to become Hillary Clinton’s running mate. Her name is dropped so often, you’d think she was getting residual payments.
Robert and Michelle King, the married duo behind the CBS hit show, talked to TheWrap about Alicia’s latest love interest, whether Donald Trump might make an appearance, and that awkward final scene between Alicia and Kalinda.
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It seems as though they’re hitting it off. Is Morgan’s character, Jason, Alicia’s next love interest?
Michelle King: I think what we can say is: Stay tuned. Alicia’s life is complicated romantically in the best way. As we’ve seen throughout, she is a sexual person. She has an awkward relationship with her husband. They’re certainly not completely divorced. And yet she does desire other men as well. It will be fun to play with it and see how it works with Jason.
What’s it like writing an actual presidential campaign into a script, especially this cycle when it seems like every day anything could happen?
Hillary Clinton is mentioned often in the first couple of episodes. Are we going to see Donald Trump make an appearance?
Michelle King: Peter is more of a Democrat and the folks around him are Democrats, so I don’t think Mr. Trump will make an appearance.
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“The Good Wife” Season 7 premieres Sunday at 9 p.m.