The Good Wife Season 5 Spoilers: Alicia And Will Promo As New Episode Returns This Sunday!
By Robert Kuang | January 01, 2014 11:27 AM EST
As 2014 begins, "The Good Wife" season 5 will return this Sunday, and spoilers have arrived regarding the upcoming episode.
Recently, a new promo of "The Good Wife" season 5 has been unveiled by CBS, and it heavily features the conflict between Alicia and Will as they oppose each other in the courtroom once again.
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Check out the new promo below:
"The Good Wife" season 5 episode 11 is titled "Goliath and David," and features a copyright infringement lawsuit between a band and a TV show.
According to spoilers, guest stars include F. Murray Abraham ("Homeland"), Mathew Lillard and Christopher Fitzgerald.
Meanwhile, spoilers confirm that Eli will hire Kalinda to investigate Marilyn after she delivers the baby "Peter" stunt. Did Peter once again cheat on Alicia, or is Marilyn trying to start a new scandal?
"The Good Wife" season 5 is not even half over, but the series has made many publications' "best of 2013" TV listings for its unforgettable episodes so far this season.
"One needs to look no further than this hour for proof that CBS' critical darling can run with the best of cable giants like 'Breaking Bad' and 'Mad Men' when firing on all cylinders," wrote a Seattle PI contributor regarding "The Good Wife" episode "Hitting the Fan."
"What to say about this game-changing episode that hasn't been said already? It was expertly paced, the musical score was top notch and the acting was nothing short of phenomenal. Five seasons in and 'The Good Wife' turned itself on its head and hasn't looked back since," added Chris Harnick on E! Online.
"The Good Wife" season 5 will return Sunday, January 5.
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