‘The Good Wife’ to star as ‘Sisters’ at the end of the world

FOX News — The final season of The Good Wife will have a lot of the same characters from the series, including the ones who came to be in its mythology, but they will also be getting a big role in the final season.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, executive producer Julie Plec confirmed that the finale will have many of the “family” scenes from season one.

And, in a bit of a surprise, it will also feature the return of the beloved “Sisters” who first appeared in season one, as well as new “Sister” Claire’s love interest, “Cameron,” who will also return for the final three episodes.

“We wanted to create a very different show that we’re proud of,” Plec said.

“There’s so many stories in this show that you won’t see in any other show.

We had this wonderful opportunity to bring the characters back to life in a very unique way.

We also wanted to take that world to the end with a twist, so it really comes down to a finale that feels very cinematic.”

In the past, the series has gone back to the show’s roots with the “Sons of Anarchy” universe, with the characters now being linked by a common ancestor.

The finale also marks the end to “Siggy”‘s relationship with his daughter, “Mackenzie,” who is also the sister of the aforementioned “Sensors.”

“This is an incredibly emotional finale,” Plecs said.

“It’s going to be about the final days of Claire’s life.

It’s also a very dark finale for everyone involved.”

Plec confirmed the return in season two, when the final two episodes will air.

She also said the finale is “very close to” the show returning to its roots, as it is “an intimate story.”

Pelosi also revealed that Claire’s sister and fiancé will be joining the show for a final time in season three.

And while she has not yet decided who will be playing her younger sister, she does say that her other sister is definitely coming back.

“They’re going to come back,” she said.

Plech also confirmed that there will be a “very big” scene at the “End of the World” theme park in the season finale.

The theme park is set to reopen in 2019, so there is a good chance that we will see it again.

And in the interview, Plec revealed that the show is still in the process of picking a writer to write the final episode.

She said that “The Good Will” writer will likely be an “established voice” who has written for shows like CSI, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Law & Order: SVU, and The West Wing.