What to Watch on Sunday: It hits the fan tonight on 'The Good Wife'

Posted by Brooke Cain on October 27, 2013 

The Good Wife

Alicia (Julianna Margulies, right) is confronted by Will (Josh Charles) after her plans to leave the firm are exposed.

DAVID M. RUSSELL — David M. Russell/CBS

The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - Oh it is going down tonight! Alicia and Cary’s plans to leave the firm are exposed and Will goes off on Alicia as a desperate battle to retain clients begins. And yes, this episode is titled “Hitting the fan.”

The Walking Dead (9pm, AMC) - One group leaves the prison in search of supplies, while those who stay behind try to preserve what remains.

Homeland (9pm, Showtime) - A mysterious man enters the country at the U.S.-Canadian border. Also, Carrie puts her mission on the line to do a risky favor, and Saul is forced to socialize with his adversary, Se. Lockhart, on an elite hunting trip. And Dana (sigh) makes a shocking discovery that could end her getaway for good.

Revenge (9pm, ABC) - Daniel makes a surprising announcement at the magazine launch party, throwing Emily off her game. Elsewhere, a new adversary targets Jack, forcing him to make a tough choice in the interest of his family.

Boardwalk Empire (9pm, HBO) - Nucky’s shipment from Florida comes with some unexpected cargo, and Eli feels the heat from the Feds when Knox uncovers new evidence of the Thompsons’ escapades.

The Governor’s Wife (10pm, A&E) - A surprise 85th birthday party is planned in the opener of this series following the daily lives of former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards and his family. In a second episode at 10:30, Edwin and Trina face off in a household power struggle.

The Witches of East End (10pm, Lifetime) - Joanna’s immortal attorney prepares for her murder trial, and Ingrid rethinks her relationship with Adam.

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