When "The Good Wife" returns on CBS with season 6 episode 18, it will take a new turn in Kalinda Sharma (Archie Panjabi) and Cary Agos's (Matt Czuchry) lives.
The show, which began with two major plot lines -- Alicia Florrick's (Julianna Margulies) run for State's Attorney and Agos' trail, has concluded the election sequence in episode 16, titled "Red Meat".
So viewers are now eager to know the lawyer's future and they will get a glimpse of it in episode 17 titled "Undisclosed Recipients", in which the law firm, Florrick/Agos/Lockhart, will fall victim of a cyber-hack.
But for a detailed visit to the sequence, "The Good Wife" fans will have to watch episode 18, which will not just address the storyline of Agos' trail, but will also lead audience to Sharma's exit.
As per the official synopsis of next week's sequel, an investigator will start looking into the evidence that Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) used to get the her partner out of prison and it may lead him to Sharma's move that helped the lawyer to prove his innocence.
With the new twist in storyline, viewers can expect to see either the lawyer or the detective in jail and the probabilities are for the latter as showrunners Robert King and Michelle King have already made it clear that they are not planning a death sequence in season 6. So Sharma's exit could be addressed through Agos' trail.
However, Alicia may get into trouble in next week's sequel. During a television interview, the new State's Attorney will be ambushed with questions about her leaked emails.
On the other hand, Diane will take on a case that pits her sympathies towards gay marriage against the rights of religious freedom.
So fans of CBS legal drama can mark their calendars to watch a few thrilling sequences of the show on Sunday, 5 April, at 9pm.