As The Good Wife comes to a close, Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) has risen to managing partner at her Chicago law firm and Peter Florrick (Chris Noth) is again facing corruption charges. Jeff Neumann/CBS hide caption

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'Good Wife' Creators Say They Wanted To End The Show 'While It Was Still Good'
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'Never Crossing The Botox Rubicon': Amanda Peet Explores Aging In Hollywood
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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'Silicon Valley' And 'Bob's Burgers'
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Lawsuit Will Decide Who Owns 'Star Trek' Language Klingon
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Les Waas, Creator Of Iconic Mister Softee Jingle, Dies At 94
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Jerrod Carmichael (shown with actress Amber Stevens West) says that the family debates on The Carmichael Show are inspired by real life. "I grew up in a household that's very argumentative," he explains. Chris Haston/NBC hide caption

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If 'Carmichael Show' Topics Feel Uncomfortable, That's Because They're Real
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After Very Visible Roles, Lupita Nyong'o Looks To Disappear Into Character
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When a megastar like Prince dies, collective mourning ensues. But if you didn't grow up hooked on the music — whether out of taste, or even because you weren't allowed — these moments can be somewhat isolating. Todd Davidson/Flickr Creative Commons hide caption

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An illustration depicts a scene from Shakespeare's Coriolanus, a play that opens with citizens armed with "staves, clubs, and other weapons" in protest against the city fathers they accuse of hoarding grain. In Shakespeare's day, food shortages tore through England — and the bard himself was fined for grain hoarding. Nicolas Poussin/Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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Will Kit Harington's Jon Snow — seen here after a seemingly fatal attack at the end of Season 5 — survive? No one knows. HBO hide caption

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We Know Nothing, (About) Jon Snow As 'Game Of Thrones' Returns
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Left to right: Melissa McCarthy in Ghostbusters, Chris Evans in Captain America: Civil War, Ellen DeGeneres in Finding Dory, Will Smith and Jai Courtney in Suicide Squad. Hopper Stone/Sony Pictures; Zade Rosenthal/Marvel; Courtesy of Pixar; Courtesy of Warner Bros./Raptac-Dune hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: Our 2016 Summer Movie Preview
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Prince's Mystique Grew Even As He Stayed Out Of The Hollywood Spotlight
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Pop Culture Happy Hour Small Batch: Remembering Prince
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