I’ve read plenty of interviews with The Good Wife’s powerhouse showrunners Robert and Michelle King talking about their sensational series, but none that focuses on how they’ve successfully pulled off being married to their job, and each other. So I profiled them for The Daily Beast and talked about that very subject, including their biggest work fight:
But that was far from the duo’s biggest—and oddest—clash. “I think the biggest creative argument we ever had was whether U.S. should be abbreviated with or without periods within a script,” says Michelle. “I mean, it gets down to that level! I think it went on for two days, and I could not tell you which of us had which position or where it landed.” Adds Robert, “Which is the advantage of [being on a] network. There are so many decisions that have to be made, you can’t really fight over one for very long.”
It was a delight spending time with these two, and I can’t wait to see what they have in store for us next.