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The Good Wife Creators Talk Final Season, Archie Panjabi Exit: 'This Is Not a Show That Is Ending Because Anybody Hates Each Other'

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The Good Wife may be ending, but it's not because of any bad blood.

During a Monday press conference call, co-creators and executive producers Robert and Michelle King opened up about the recent news that the show will conclude after nine episodes – which CBS announced with an ad during the Super Bowl on Sunday.

"This is not a show that is ending because anybody hates each other. We're ending the show because really it is a show that should be ending," Robert told reporters, explaining that even after seven years working together, the cast and crew are "still very happy with each other" – in fact, they "couldn't be happier."

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Brandi Glanville Fires Back at Kyle Richards Saying She Came Between Her and Sister Kim: 'She's a Really Good Liar'

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She's off The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but Brandi Glanville remains a pot-stirring presence on the reality show this season.

During last week's episode, Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump both discussed their feud with the former model – Richards, 47, blames her for exacerbating deeply rooted issues with her troubled sister Kim, and Vanderpump, 55, accuses Glanville of driving a wedge between her and their other costars.

On Friday, Glanville fired back – and let the expletives fly.

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The Real Housewives Of New Jersey

Teresa Giudice Is Returning to RHONJ with Jacqueline Laurita and Melissa Gorga

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Teresa Giudice is home from prison – and soon enough, she'll be back on Bravo!

The news that Giudice will return as a regular cast member on The Real Housewives of New Jersey was announced Monday on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM radio show, Radio Andy.

Cohen said the reality show is in production right now and has been shooting since Giudice, 43, was released from prison on Dec. 23, after serving a nearly year-long sentence for fraud charges.

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If you've ever fantasized about James Corden wearing nothing but a whipped cream bikini, you're in luck.

For the Late Late Show's post-Super Bowl episode Sunday night, the host got actors Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick and Adam DeVine to help him recreate the best cinematic tributes to athleticism in a skit called "History of Sports Movies in 7 Minutes" – including Ali Larter's sweet seduction scene from 1999's Varsity Blues.

"Uh ... we cut this bit," Efron, 28, said as Corden, 37, sauntered in front of the green screen in a blonde wig (and not much else).

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