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Megan Hilty hits The Good Wife for a Glee v. Smash showdown

If only the courtroom were a stage …

Matthew Morrison posted a photo on Instagram revealing that The Good Wife will soon feature a Glee v. Smash showdown between himself and former Smash star Megan Hilty. In the Good Wife world, Morrison plays Connor Fox, the assistant U.S. attorney trying to take down Peter Florrick. And according to a press release, Hilty will play Holly Westfall, a rival business owner of Diane’s husband, Kurt McVeigh, when Kurt decides to sell his business. 

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The Good Wife: Matthew Morrison thinks 'orange looks good on Peter Florrick'

As a huge fan of The Good Wife, Matthew Morrison had been waiting for his chance to get in on the legal action. And as the show heads toward the end of its final season, he’s not only getting his chance, but he could end up being the man to put Peter Florrick (back) behind bars.

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Glee star joins The Good Wife

Will Schuester is heading to Chi Town. 

EW has learned that Matthew Morrison (Glee) has booked a recurring role on The Good Wife.

Morrison will play Connor Fox, an assistant U.S. attorney who jailed the last four Illinois governors. His character is described as a tough and smart dude who doesn’t exactly warm to the Florricks.

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Matthew Morrison appears in the first trailer for Younger season 2

As Liza Miller learned in Younger’s first season, lying about your age is not easy, particularly when your new boss, new boyfriend, and all your new friends think you’re 26 … when you’re really 40.

And from the looks of season 2, things are only going to get even more complicated. In the first trailer for Younger’s sophomore season, Liza faces the return of her daughter, her feelings for both Josh and Charles, and Matthew Morrison. We’re not really sure what role Morrison is taking on, but that beard certainly makes it seem serious. 

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'Glee' series finale react: Why we'll miss the New Directions

A beloved series about quirky, plucky do-gooders ends its long run with teary, cheery flash-forwards for its characters. Gee, where have we heard that tune before? One month after NBC’s Parks and Recreation closed shop by peeking into the future and seeing individual fulfillment and continued community for Leslie Knope and co., Fox’s Glee concluded its six-year stint by singing the same swan song. Glee being Glee, the show chose an arrangement that hit all of its feel-good notes with more brass, sass, and messy gusto.

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