‘The Good Wife’ Only Has One Major Cast Member Signed for Next Season, and it’s Not Julianna Margulies

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The Good Wife only has one major cast member signed for next season, and it’s not Julianna Margulies

Margulies fueled speculation about leaving the CBS drama when she said last night at a tribute to creators Robert and Michelle King (perhaps jokingly), “I’m unemployed come April, and I think you haven’t seen me in a while, at least not in person, so I thought I should show up.” According to Deadline, “Matt Czuchry is believed to be the only major Good Wife cast member signed for Season 8.” Deadline says “there hasn’t been much movement” on getting the rest of the cast aboard for next year, but a decision on The Good Wife’s future, with the Kings leaving at the end of this season, is expected to be made soon so that a proper sendoff could be given to the acclaimed series.

60 Minutes to air a never-completed profile of David Bowie

The CBS News program began interview Bowie in 2003 for the profile, but the segment never aired due to “scheduling conflicts and illnesses.” The profile will finally be shown on Sunday.

Trevor Noah will be the keynote speaker at the House Democratic Caucus retreat

The Daily Show host will join President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden in speaking at the Democrats’ retreat next week.

David Schwimmer to star in an AMC restaurant drama

The Friends alum and Jim Sturgess will star in Feed the Beast, playing two best friends who fulfill their dream of opening a restaurant. It’s based on the Danish drama Bankerot.

NBC sets the return of The Carmichael Show

Jerrod Carmichael’s comedy returns for its second season on March 13.

Any chance Tina Fey revives her Sarah Palin impression on SNL this weekend?

Ever since Palin’s buzzworthy endorsement of Donald Trump earlier this week, there’s been speculation/hope that Fey would reprise her famous impression. PLUS: Go behind the scenes of Adam Driver filming his Undercover Boss sketch, and Ronda Rousey and Cecily Strong answer questions about how this SNL week has been going.

David Cross: “I haven’t heard a thing” about Arrested Development‘s future

Cross says of Season 5: “I only hear about it the same way everybody else does, which is the Internet. Nobody talked to me about it and I’m going on tour for six months … so hopefully they’re not starting to shoot soon.”

The X-Files places a crashed UFO in the middle of a shopping mall

“We wanted to do something big, bold, special and fun for these loyal fans to mark the return of ‘The X-Files,’” a Fox exec says of L.A.’s The Grove UFO.

Game of Thrones is tweeting out special teasers if you declare your allegiance

Check out the special teasers for fans of Houses Lannisters, Targaryens or Starks.

CBS’ Supergirl is getting the comic book treatment

DC Comics on Monday is launching an Adventures of Supergirl digital comic based on Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl.

Duck Dynasty is divided over which Republican should be president

Phil Robertson released a video last week endorsing Ted Cruz, but his son Wilie has opted to endorse frontrunner Donald Trump.

Freeform pays tribute to Alan Rickman while showing a Harry Potter film

“Thank you for the magic,” a note said accompanying the broadcast last night of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. “In loving memory of Alan Rickman.”

Mark Consuelos joins USA’s Queen of the South

The Kingdom star will recur on the drama based on Arturo Pérez-Reverte’s best-selling book La Reina Del Sur.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has a solid debut

Last night’s premiere of The Flash/Arrow spinoff gave The CW its highest-rated Thursday night in years.