It's a Good Wife gone bad.
Golden Globe-winner Julianna Margulies poses in lingerie for the poster for the third season of "The Good Wife," a surprisingly scantily-clad image for a CBS show about a law firm. Then again, the second season ended with her character, Alicia, shacking up with partner Will in a hotel suite following their big mistrial victory.
Speaking about the new romantic spark, co-creator Robert King told The Hollywood Reporter, "The show is always about what happens next. So the first episode [of the third season] is the next day. How do you deal with what happens in the second season finale?"
A Peabody Award winner, Margulies spoke to the Huffington Post at the event about her show's influence on the new season of television.
"If you look this year at the pilots that they picked up, I would say more than not, women are the leads in network television, and I think we were the catalysts for that," she said. "And that makes me so happy."
The show has a new time slot, Sundays at 9pm.