'The Good Wife' Season 7 News, Spoilers: Juliana Margulies Teases Series Finale, Reveals What She Kept From The Set

After seven years of playing lawyer Alicia Florrick on CBS' legal/political drama "The Good Wife," Juliana Margulies will soon stash her legal pads and hang up her corporate dresses and power suits for good. The season 7 finale, which also marks the end of the long-running series, will air in just over a week.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Margulies spoke about the show's impending end and gave fans a hint of what to expect when "The Good Wife" bids fans a final farewell.

According to the show's star, while she agrees with "The Good Wife" creators Robert and Michelle King that the drama should end after its seventh year, she still finds it very hard to let go of Alicia and her "The Good Wife" family.

Margulies also dropped some clues about the show's final episode, saying that she thought it was "pretty intense" and that she told co-star Christine Baranski, who plays colleague Diane Lockhart, that fans would either love or hate it.

"Christine [Baranski] and I were filming the scene late on Friday night, and I looked at her and I said, 'The fans are either going to love this or they're going to hate this, but there's not going to be an in-between,'" the actress told EW.

"At the beginning of the series, there was Alicia, standing by the side of her man," she said. "For the finale, the Kings did something so brilliant with the way she reacts to how they're standing at the podium once again."

According to Margulies, Alicia does something physical with Peter in that scene that is very different from what would have happened when fans first met the couple. While the actress said that she doesn't want to spoil the finale, she did share that this physical thing is a "very subtle" callback to the show's very first episode.

Margulies also spoke about the emotional aspect of filming the finale. According to her, because of the actors' schedules, they had to shoot the last scene of the final episode first, which was "just brutal."

Nevertheless, the actress did get to keep some of Alicia's personal items as memorabilia from the set of "The Good Wife."

"I am keeping Alicia's office chair and I bought Alicia's watch," she told People.

"The Good Wife" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.

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