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I’m excited for the return of The Good Wife tonight. When we left off last season, Kalinda met with Lester, Lemond Bishop’s lawyer, and threatened to release information she had on him if he didn’t leave Alicia and the others alone. Meanwhile, Peter got word that the Democratic National Committee wanted him to run for president in order, with the ultimate goal of him becoming the top contender for VP. This news excited Zach and Eli, but Alicia and Grace weren’t too thrilled. And elsewhere, when Diane, Cary, and David Lee discovered that Louis Canning’s wife was working at their firm under her maiden name, they immediately fired her. Louis then stormed into their office threatening to burn their practice to the ground. The season ended with Louis at Alicia’s door, asking her if she wanted to partner with him.
Will Alicia take Louis up on his offer? Will he really try to destroy the firm that fired his wife? How will this season play out now that Alicia is on her own? Will we see her going up against her former partners in cases, or will she once again try to join them? And what about Peter’s political aspirations? Will they finally cause Alicia and Peter to publicly dissolve their relationship?
On tonight’s episode, “Bond,” Alicia attempts to revive her struggling law career by representing arrestees seeking release on bail in bond court. There, she meets attorney Lucca Quinn, who competes for her clients. Meanwhile, Peter brings in a national strategist to help with his presidential campaign, which creates an interesting dynamic with Eli in the process.
Check out the season premiere tonight on CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Madam Secretary, Once Upon a Time, Blood & Oil, Quantico, The Simpsons, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Family Guy, The Last Man on Earth, The Strain, Fear the Walking Dead, The Leftovers, Project Greenlight, Homeland, and The Affair.
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Not everyone loved the CSI spin-off, CSI: Cyber, as much as I did, but for those who did enjoy it last season, be happy because tonight is the season premiere! Last season, Avery learned who’d stolen her files, the man who murdered Krumitz’s parents was released on parole – only to die when Krumitz’s sister killed him, Elijah got back together with his ex-wife, and Sifter got passed over for a promotion. Peter MacNicol, who played Avery’s boss, Stavros Sifter, is gone from the show this season, which I find a shame, since I love the actor, but new to the team is Ted Danson, playing his CSI character, D.B. Russell. I have no idea how they’re going to fit him in, since he’s a CSI but not specifically trained for tech like the Cyber team is, but I’m excited to find out!
On tonight’s episode, “Why-Fi,” Avery welcomes D.B. Russell to the team as they investigate a burglary/homicide committed by someone who hacked the home’s security system remotely. Also, Avery considers moving to a new position within the hierarchy of the FBI, Krumitz is a witness in his sister’s trial, Elijah deals with a delicate family situation, and more is revealed about Nelson’s and Raven’s backgrounds. Ted Danson joins the cast as D.B. Russell, the new Director of Next Generation Forensics, who transfers to Washington, D.C. from Las Vegas.
Find out how Russell fits in and catch up with the team tonight on CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing The Great British Baking Show, Guy’s Grocery Games, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Halloween Wars, & Cutthroat Kitchen.