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Julianna Margulies Talks Emmy Win and 'Good Wife' Season 3 (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 20th 2011 1:05PM
Julianna Margulies is having a busy week: on Sunday night she won the Emmy for Outstanding Actress in a Drama for her role as Alicia Florrick on 'The Good Wife.' Seven days later, the critically-acclaimed legal drama makes its much anticipated Season 3 premiere (Sun., Sept. 25 at 9PM ET on CBS).

Margulies went on 'The Early Show' (9AM ET on CBS) to preview the central conflict of the new season, and also talked about the 16-year gap between her two Emmy wins, the last of which came for her work on 'ER.'

We've already heard a lot about how 'The Good Wife' will pick up right where Season 2 left off, with Margulies and her co-star Josh Charles in a steamy hotel room love-scene. But on 'Early,' Margulies previewed a different aspect of the show, the conflict her law firm will have with her estranged husband Peter Florrick, played by Chris Noth, who's the Chicago State's Attorney. Lockhart Gardner will be going head-to-head with his office in the courtroom frequently this season. "Alicia is going to win the case any way she can," Margulies said.


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esmoon10

Love her, love this show. I am so ready for season 3. Alicia and Wil are perfect together, and I cannot wait for Alicia to win against her jerk of a (hopefully soon to be ex-) husband.

September 25 2011 at 3:47 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
rosemaryram

I am cheering for "Alicia" (Juilanna Margulies) to go after that jerk "Peter Florrick," (Chris Noth), who slept with Alicia's co-worker and best friend. Despite his flaws, originally Alicia had such love for Peter. How the tide has turned. I hope Alicia creams Peter , successfully butting heads with him in every judicial case. Also, I am so delighted that Juilanna Marguilies won the Emmy; she is so believeable, an excellent actress.

September 20 2011 at 3:07 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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