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Darkness at Noon, The Good Wife
The Good Wife was a network drama that received its fair share of praise, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t have its fair share of fun. Darkness at Noon was the show’s version of every anti-hero drama that was dark just for the sake of being dark. The Florick family watched the show constantly, and although it didn’t seem to make much sense, it sure was dark.
The show was rife with meaningless philosophical monologues, plenty of dead bodies, and nothing that seemed to actually make it compelling. The anti-hero drama was incredibly dominant when The Good Wife was one the air, and in Darkness at Noon, the show created a perfect parody of the genre.