"On TV there is almost always a tip-off to a big death. TV deaths typically arrive in a frenzy of tells and tears, along with deathbed confessions and last words, near saves, a personal tie to the murderer. But not here. As Michelle and Robert King, The Good Wife’s creators, put it, “Television, in our opinion, doesn’t deal with this enough: the irredeemability of death. Your last time with the loved one will always remain your last time.” Will thought he had all the time in the world and so did everyone else, and they were all wrong."