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'The Good Wife' Season 6 Kicks off September 21 with "The Line"

The sixth season of CBS serial drama The Good Wife premieres on Sunday, September 21 at 9:30 p.m. ET/9 p.m. PT.

In "The Line," Alicia is adamant in her refusal to run for State’s Attorney despite Eli’s attempts to persuade her to launch a campaign.

Meanwhile, as Diane considers joining Florrick/Agos as partner, an internal crisis threatens to destroy the firm.

The Good Wife stars Julianna Margulies as Alicia Florrick, Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart, Archie Panjabi as Kalinda Sharma, Matt Czuchry as Cary Agos, Makenzie Vega as Grace Florrick, Alan Cumming as Eli Gold, Zach Grenier as David Lee, and Matthew Goode as Finn Polmar.

Recurring cast in this episode: Chris Noth as Peter Florrick, Michael J. Fox as Louis Canning, Mike Colter as Lemond Bishop, Ben Rappaport as Carey Zepps, Sarah Steele as Marissa Gold, and JD Williams as Dexter Roja.

Guest stars include Jess Weixler as Robyn Burdine, Michael Cerveris as James Castro, Kelli Giddish as Sophia Russo, Katie Paxton as Lauren Lytton, Fred Melamed as Judge Alan Karpman, Samantha Mathis as Bonita Yarrow, Nicole Roderick as Nora, Ash Christian as David Howell, Hampton Fluker as Khalil Dade, Lenny Venito as Sheriff Gibson, Gerry Bamman as Diane’s Client, John Ventimiglia as Detective Gary Prima, Shelton Best as Jim Lenard, Pascale Armand as Booking Officer, Nathan Hinton as Cop #1, and Bob Roseman as Cop #2.



The episode was written by Executive Producers Robert King and Michelle King, and directed by Robert King.

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