The Good Wife Season 6 Synopsis -- Will Alicia Run for State's Attorney?

The Good Wife Season 6 Synopsis -- Will Alicia Run for State's Attorney?

Things are going pretty fast for Alicia Florrick on The Good Wife.

Last season, she just started a new firm with Cary -- a storyline that seemed to be faring well until Josh Charles' character, Will, faced an unfortunate demise.

As the legal drama gears up for season six, the one question we're waiting to be answered is if Alicia does run for State's Attorney. This brewing arc has been established on the fifth season finale when Eli Gold thought of Alicia as an appropriate candidate.  

Per CBS, here's what we can look forward to on The Good Wife season 6:

Picking up exactly where season five ended, Alicia is adamant in her refusal to run for State’s Attorney. Between an internal crisis for Cary at Florrick/Agos and Diane possibly joining her firm, Alicia has way too much to juggle without the additional stress of politics.

Alicia isn't really a fan of politics, and based from the synopsis we just read, it's a safe bet that this State's Attorney storyline will not continue as a long-season arc. 

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