The Good Wife Is Ending – and Twitter Is Freaking Out

The Good Wife is coming to an end – and people are not taking it well.

The fate of the critically acclaimed CBS drama was revealed by the network during the Super Bowl on Sunday and fans immediately took to Twitter to express their feelings.

Here are just a small sampling of how people are processing the news:

Did CBS go and Beyoncé a show cancellation? #TheGoodWife

— Jibril Gagale (@JibbersMKE) February 8, 2016

— Furquan Akhtar (@furquan) February 8, 2016

#TheGoodWife news is killing my #SuperBowl buzz. Counting on Bey and Bruno to help bring it back. #SB50

— rita miller (@ritamiller23) February 8, 2016

Bye (F)Alicia. #TheGoodWife

— Joey (@floatingamoeba) February 8, 2016

@CBS canceling #TheGoodWife with a #SuperBowl ad is pretty ironic given the fan base hatred for football games delaying the show so much.

— Kate Lavelle (@lenehan20) February 8, 2016

Me right now.

— Anita (@AnitaM86) February 8, 2016

I don’t care who loses the Super Bowl now that I know we’re all losing The Good Wife at the end of this season. #TheGoodWife#tgw

— Christy Breen (@reallychristy) February 8, 2016

Game is meh, ads are worse and #TheGoodWife is ending. Guess I should just be happy I don’t have Opiod Induced constipation..ick #SB50

— Laurie Goldberg (@LaurieGoldberg) February 8, 2016

Coldplay just found out about #TheGoodWife. Not sure if they can go on.

— Ryan Schwartz (@RyanSchwartz) February 8, 2016

But some fans are already looking forward to a future that still holds some Good Wife:

In the 10-year Good Wife reunion mini-season on Netflix, Diane Lockhart will be a Supreme Court Justice.

— itsonlyzach (@itsonlyzach) February 8, 2016

The final nine episodes of The Good Wife begin Sunday, Feb. 14 (9 p.m. ET) on CBS.

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