Polarizing as the series finale of The Good Wife is turning out to be, creators Robert and Michelle King want to remind you that this show has never been a fan of “easy answers.”

In an interview posted by CBS following the final episode’s airing, the duo explains that while they did want to leave a few questions unanswered — particularly the one about Alicia’s romantic future — there was nothing unclear about where Alicia’s personal journey ended up.

“The show is about a woman who becomes more and more confident and more and more cunning and excited about her abilities and also about power,” Robert King says. “So the slap at the end is very similar to the slap at the beginning — we always had this idea of Alicia becoming more and more of something that she also was not liking in her husband.” Read more…

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‘The Good Wife’ creators explain why the show had to end the way it did