"The Good Wife" continues to stun the TV world week after week through its explosive storyline. With just two weeks left for the mid-season finale, the show runners seem to be preparing for the exit of another major character in the legal drama.
After the death of Will Gardner (Josh Charles) in the last season of the show, Kalinda Sharma (Archie Panjabi) could be the next one to make an exit as she has begun her rivalry with Lemond Bishop (Mike Colter) in the last episode titled "Red Zone."
Sharma's decision to hide the truth about FBI agent Lana Delaney's (Jill Flint) move against the Drug Lord in "Red Zone" could turn out to be reason for her exit. But it is not yet clear whether she will be killed by the Bishop or not.
However, Colter has recently indicated that if the viewers are expecting Bishop to kill Sharma, "it is probably not going to happen."
"First of all, I don't want Lemond Bishop to kill anyone anybody likes because obviously she's a fan favourite and I think if he kills her, people are going to start to dislike Lemond Bishop, and Lemond likes to be liked," he told Entertainment Weekly.
Meanwhile, the showrunners Robert and Michelle King have assured that the fans of Kalinda Sharma will get to see her for the rest of this season.
"Archie is an amazing actress who helped build Kalinda from the ground up as an enigmatic, powerful and sexy character. It's been a pleasure to write for her, and we'll be sad to see her go, but we still have her for the rest of season six," said the creators.
The reason for Emmy Award-winning actress Archie Panjabi's exit from "The Good Wife" seems to be a new talent deal, which she has recently signed with 20th Century TV.