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Why Julianna Margulies Says She's "Indebted" to George Clooney
Margulies recently honored her former E.R. co-star at Museum of Modern Art’s Film Benefit, presented by Chanel.
The Only 12 TV Shows You Need to Watch This June
Get comfortable because Netflix's hit reboot of Queer Eye is back for its second season this month, and we don't anticipate you leaving your couch anytime soon. (Sorry, summer.) With hotly awaited returning shows like Younger and GLOW and major premieres everyone will be talking about (looking at you, Pose), June is a binge-watch-worthy month. We don't insist on much, but the 12 shows below are seasonal musts. RELATED: 6 Books to Read Before They Become Movies VIDEO: Get Your First Tease of 'Queer Eye' Season 2
See the Stars in the Stands at the 2016 U.S. Open Championships
From Leonardo DiCaprio to Karlie Kloss, see every celebrity who cheered on the players at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Julianna Margulies's Changing Looks
From gorgeous natural curls to retro-looking waves, see The Good Wife star's best hair looks from 1995 to today.

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Goodbye to The Good Wife: 9 Things We'll Miss Most
After seven seasons of rooting for Alicia Florrick (played by Julianna Margulies), it’s going to be hard to bid farewell to the show this Sunday night. We watched as she grew from a pearl-wearing, scorned wife to a “take no prisoners” attorney. We understood when she stood by her philandering man, yet we also wanted her to stand up to him and stomp all over him. And always, we yearned for her to find love with someone else. So how will it all end? Will she go back to her soon-to-be-ex Peter (played by Chris Noth)? Will she end up with current flame Jason (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan)? Will some new knight in shining armor come along at the last minute? Or will she realize she doesn’t need to be rescued? Find out during the series finale on May 8, but in the meantime, scroll down to find out the nine things we'll miss the most.