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The Good Fight to End With Season 6 — Robert and Michelle King Explain Why

Click here to read the full article. Court will soon be in permanent recess on The Good Fight: The legal drama’s upcoming sixth season — premiering Thursday, Sept. 8 on Paramount+ — will be its last. The series’ conclusion will bring to an end Robert and Michelle King’s 13-year ‘Good’ franchise, which began with the 2009 launch of The Good Wife on CBS. In an interview with TVLine, the Kings (who are also EPs/showrunners on Paramount+’s Evil) explain that quality control issues and sheer exhaustion fueled their decision to call it quits. And they confirm that it was their decision. “We got tired,” Robert says...
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Happy Face: Paramount+ Orders Drama Series from Jennifer Cacicio, Robert and Michelle King

Happy Face is headed to Paramount+. The streaming series has ordered the new drama from Jennifer Cacicio (Your Honor) and Robert and Michelle King (The Good Wife, Brain Dead), which is based on the Happy Face podcast and the life of Melissa Jesperson-Moore. As a teenager, Jesperson-Moore discovered that her father was a serial killer known as Happy Face. Years after separating from him, he contacts her from prison and she gets pulled into a new investigation.
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‘Happy Face’ Series Adaptation Ordered at Paramount Plus With Robert and Michelle King Producing

Paramount Plus has ordered the series adaptation of the true crime podcast “Happy Face.” The show was first announced as being in development at the streamer in September 2020, when it was still known as CBS All Access. Jennifer Cacicio will serve as writer, showrunner, and executive produce, with Robert and Michelle King also executive producing under their King Size Productions banner. The series is inspired by the podcast from iHeartMedia and Melissa Jesperson-Moore, the book “Shattered Silence” written by Jesperson-Moore with M. Bridget Cook, and Jesperson-Moore’s true-life story. At age 15, she discovered her father, whom she loved dearly, was the...

Sergeant Michelle King

Meet the newly promoted Sgt. Michelle King, Benicia’s first woman sergeant. Below is her letter to Benicians. I’m 31 years old, grew up in Solano County and have lived most of my life in the area. I graduated from California State University, Chico, with honors, with a degree in sociology. A year after graduation, I moved to Puerto Rico for one year, working with a nonprofit organization. From there, I knew I wanted to become a police officer. I felt it was the best way to serve my community and make a difference. I became an officer in December 2015, and have been working for the City of Benicia for the past five and a half years.

Michelle King to perform in concert Thursday

Longtime area favorite Michelle King will be the featured performer on Thursday for this week’s edition of “Concerts for a Cause.” It takes place at 7 p.m. at 214 E. Euclid, next to Hopp’s Sound. This is free and open to the public, with the Senior Center the cause this...
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Michelle King becomes Benicia Police Department’s first female sergeant

Growing up in a law enforcement household, Michelle King is no stranger to that type of life. Her new promotion, however, is new territory for women. King became the first woman sergeant in Benicia Police Department history when she accepted the position in late June. “I take a lot of...

What Really Happened to Evil's Julia? Mike Colter, Robert and Michelle King on Leland's Mocking Confession

The mystery of what fate, exactly, befell Evil‘s Julia is now slightly less murky, courtesy of Sunday’s episode. Going into “A Is For Angel,” we knew that David’s lady died a while ago, and that his first vision happened around the time of that tragic event. And in Sunday’s hour, another small revelation took place when Leland insisted on going through a confession-like exercise with his spiritual adviser, David.

Good Fight: Robert and Michelle King on Season 5 Premiere's Stealth Recast, [Spoiler]'s Near-Death Experience and Lucca's Original Exit Storyline

Maintaining its tradition for delivering bonkers opening episodes, The Good Fight kicked off Season 5 on Thursday (in its new Paramount+ home) with a change-of-pace installment that basically crammed a year’s worth of story into one hour. To be fair, series creators Robert and Michelle King entered Year 5 with...

If COVID Isn’t Scary Enough, Robert and Michelle King Add Zombies and Deliver ‘The Bite’

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “The Bite,” available now on Spectrum on Demand platforms. Five years ago, Michelle and Robert King created and executive produced a political satire entitled “BrainDead,” in which extraterrestrial insects began to crawl inside the ears of government officials and begin to take control of their words and actions. Since then, the prolific television scribes watched as science became politicized, especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and despite already having two ongoing drama series (“Evil” and “The Good Fight” for Paramount Plus) to run, they were inspired to step back into the world of satire with “The Bite.”