A potentially racist Chumhum map app pitted Alicia and Lucca against Diane and Cary. Eli interferes in Alicia's personal life, and it went poorly.
A bumbling lawyer, a scared security guard, and a man who can use his whole brain are among those who made the list.
Diane had her politics and business savvy put to the test by a fetal organ video, and Grace inadvertently took advantage of it to bring clients to Florrick/Quinn.
Alicia and Lucca tackled a complicated deposition involving driverless cars while Eli and Ruth courted a wealthy new donor.
After five episodes of set-up (if we're being generous) and/or running around in circles (if we're being real), the show decided to do some actual stuff.
A twisty art vandalism case kept Alicia and Lucca on their toes while Cary waged a war with Howard.
Alicia is starting over—again—and it's no easier than it was 6 years ago.
Plus: Find out who 'ships who and get details on the show's newest villains.
Sorry Eli, it was already in the glass.
Finally, something we can believe in.
Mark your calendars! The fall season kicks off in September!
CBS will be comedy-free on Mondays for the first time in decades, and Bradley Cooper will recur on the Limitless adaptation.
Most of CBS's shows will be back, but one big franchise might be dead.
A strong procedural episode wrapped up an okay season, but where does the series go from here?
See the full list of nominees and get our take on what was right and what was wrong.