Fans looking for closure on the shocking death of Will Gardner on last week's "The Good Wife," can find some tonight on the CBS series, according to Josh Charles who played the chracter so winningly the last five years.
"It's crazy," Josh Charles said in a telephone interview late Monday night. "I didn't know it would be this intense -- the kindness and emotion of the emails, the tweets and the texts. It's like you get to watch your life after you're dead. It's bittersweet, but it's really, really special."
The adrenaline ante has been so upped on episodic dramas as to somewhat devalue the "shocker" label. So credit the producers of "The Good Wife" with delivering a genuine jolt in Sunday's episode, precisely because the CBS series doesn't rely on over-the-top "OMG" moments in the way, say, something like "Scandal" does.
It's epic, mythic, cosmic and exhilarating -- and the Baltimore Ravens get the full NFL Films treatment in "Baltimore Ravens: Super Bowl XLVII Champions," which goes on sale Tuesday. A purple carpet premiere was held Monday night at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric.
HBO's Baltimore productions "VEEP" and "Game Change" got solid Emmy notice with the comedy earning a best actress nomination for Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the made-for-TV movie about the 2008 presidential election picking up best actor and actress nominations for Julianne Moore and Woody Harrelson.
As nominee for best supporting actor in a drama series, Josh Charles is now going head-to-head with the likes of Andre Braugher of TNT's "Men of a Certain Age" and John Slattery of AMC's "Mad Men" — pretty refined company. And he belongs there
Baltimore's Josh Charles was earned an Emmy nomination Thursday as best supporting actor for his fine work in the CBS drama "The Good Wife." His competition for the award is: John Slattery (Mad Men), Alan Cumming (The Good Wife), Walton Goggin (Justified) and Peter Drinkage (Game of Thrones).