CBS has been keeping The Good Wife fans hanging in anticipation more often than one would like, after the brief winter hiatus and only two episodes, it is being speculated that the next episode will air on March 1.
A new report suggests that fans might have to wait for over a month for the rest of season 6, which seems like a pretty long time, considering fans were starved for a month.
Very recently, actor Zach Grenier, spoke about filming episodes for season 6 of the show, which means season six is still in production and might explain the brief hiatus.
Grenier, who plays David Lee, confirmed that he hadn't said his goodbyes to The Good Wife and was set to return this season. Grenier is also "very pleased" with the way they were having him come back.
Speaking to Zap2it, the actor revealed a few details about how he his still very much being part of the CBS legal drama, as Michael J. Fox and his character haven't been seen a lot in recent episodes.
"Yeah, I think you might see him more frequently," Grenier said. "In episode 6, I think, Michael J. Fox and I were evicted from the offices and I have been sent to Elba, so to speak. But I am very, very pleased with the way they are having me come back. It plays into his strengths. We're shooting it right now, and we're having a lot of fun on the set."
Grenier also dished about the things he loved about his character, who was very unique and needed on the show.
"He has his share of greed and ego and is just not afraid to tell it like it is," Grenier said. "I think one of the reasons he has that kind of bravery is that he's just a very complete person. I adore him. He's wonderfully outrageous and if someone's got a fly on their nose, David Lee is going to tell them it's there."
In other news about departed characters on the show, Matthew Goode, who plays Finn Polmar recently stated that his character could never replace Will (Josh Gardner) in the series.
The actor told the New York Times, that while, in some way, he had been brought on board to fill the void Will might have left, he could not quite take his place and fill those very large shoes that that character had occupied.
"You can't replace Will - you can't replace a character who's that influential and that loved," Mr. Goode said. "But what they have tried to do with Finn was make him be one of the few people so far on the series who doesn't have hidden agendas, who is sort of morally unambiguous."
The next episode of The Good Wife will air on January 18.
Watch the preview for the latest episode, The Debate, here: