Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) stood by her husband (Chris Noth) on his tumultuous path to the governor’s office, but now she’s entering the world of politics on her own terms by running for state’s attorney. As Election Day approaches, Alicia must balance the demands of her firm and campaign as she supports her partner Cary (Matt Czuchry) during shocking developments that could end his career…and life as he knows it.
Julianna Margulies returns in the role that earned her two Primetime Emmy Awards, and stars with Archie Panjabi, Christine Baranki, Alan Cumming and a roster of stellar guests in Season Six of the gripping series that critics call “…TV’s best drama” (Slate). Special features include deleted scenes, gag reel, cast and crew interviews. Guest stars in Season 6 include Michael J. Fox (Back to the Future), Taye Diggs (The Best Man Holiday), Kyle MacLachlan (“Twin Peaks”), David Hyde Pierce (“Frasier”), and Carrie Preston (“True Blood”).
Right on schedule, the folks at CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution are releasing The Good Wife – The 6th Season on DVD this coming August 25th. The 6-disc set will come with these extras:
Follow The Leader: Inside the Season Finale
The Temptation Of Alicia Florrick: The Good Wife- Season Six
The Esteemed Women of Sunday Nights
Julianna Margulies will publish a picture book with Random House Children’s Books in May 2016. Titled Three Magic Balloons, the story is based on one that the actress’s father, Paul Margulies, wrote for his three daughters.
The book follows three sisters who take weekly trips to the zoo with their father. Because the girls are so kind to the animals, a vendor gives them balloons that carry them off to magical adventures at night. Margulies and her sisters found the manuscript after their father’s death in October. An advertising executive by day, Paul Margulies also wrote plays, essays, and childrens’ stories.
“My father had published two children’s books, Gold Steps, Stone Steps and What Julianna Could See,” said Margulies. “As children, my sisters and I loved all his stories, and there were many. We collectively decided that Three Magic Balloons was worth sending out to publishers—if we could find the right illustrator.” They found that perfect illustrator in Grant Shaffer, whose work has been published in the New Yorker, the New York Times, and Interview, among other outlets.
“My father always used to say to us, ‘Magic is everywhere, you just need to know where to look!’” Margulies said. “We think children will feel the same way after reading Three Magic Balloons.”
Added pictures of Julianna arriving/leaving David Letterman taping yesterday.