This is "The Good Wife's" final season per Super Bowl ad

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  1. phrelin

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  2. drded

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    Sure makes sense. Julianna Margulies had earlier announced she was leaving at the end of the season.
     
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    I had been hearing rumors. It made for a weird commercial though... I mean, seemed odd to announce sort of randomly like that.

    I have really liked this show, so it will be a shame to see it go.
     
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    I like it to but it wasnt the same after Will left. It was still good but I think I prefer Suits now. That show is still very very good. I will collect all the seasons of both shows though. A few years back Shark on CBS was great but it only ran for 2 seasons. Loved that show but it ended suddenly. I have a thing for the great courtroom dramas. Reminds me of some good courtroom movies like Erin Brockivich, A Civil Action, A Time To Kill, The Generals Daughter, Philadelphia, etc. Love that kind of show and or movie.
     
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    Bummer.
     
  6. satcrazy

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    Well, seems fitting.

    Sunday night football ruined this really good series for me, as the schedule was impossible to predict.

    It should have been moved to another night from the get go.

    Shame, really.
     
  7. iceturkee

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    not shocked but still disappointed. wasn't the same after josh charles and archie panjabi left!!
     
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    It's still nice to know that real quality can survive a long linear TV run. No one gave this a snowball's chance. It makes me think maybe Les Moonves is much more than just a lucky guy in the right place at the right time. If he had caved to ratings, it would not have made it to season two. Les didn't cave.
     

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