CBS had a few rookie hits last season, and the legal drama The Good Wife was no exception. The series starred Julianna Margulies in her return to television as the wife of a politician under scandal (Chris Noth), who must return to work in order to feed her family. She ends up joining the law firm of a former friend played by Josh Charles, and butts head with other newbie (Matt Czuchry) and one of the senior partners (Christine Baranski). She is helped out with her cases by a private investigator hired by the firm, played by Archie Panjabi.
You can own all 23 season one episodes when they come out on September 14th. The bonus features for the series include:
- Deleted Scenes With Commentary
- “The Education of Alicia Florrick: Making Season One” – A multi-chapter look at the intricacies of the series from the pilot through production.
- The Pilot
- Location Work
- The Ensemble
- Clothing the Characters
- Breaking New Ground
- “Aftermath: Real Life Events” – While the characters in The Good Wife are not based on any one specific individual, they do mirror events we see play out in the headlines. Producer, writers and cast share their thoughts on these human dramas and the many layers still left to explore on the show.