News Nuggets: Is ‘The Good Wife’ ready to take another life?

Michael Slezak reviews Sunday’s episode of “The Good Wife” and asks if the show is getting ready to take another life. SPOILERS AHEAD. In the episode “Red Zone,” actor Mike Colter plays recurring character Lemond Bishop, a drug lord and political mastermind. He is already involved in two key storylines for this sixth season: the campaign for Alicia (Julianna Margulies) as State’s Attorney and the arrest of Cary (Matt Czuchry). With Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) on his bad side, it has some fans worried for her fate, especially since Panjabi is leaving the show after this season. TV Line

Big Hero 6” is the champ at this weekend’s box office with $56.2 million. The Disney animated hit earned an “A” grade from CinemaScore, which bases its grades on viewer responses. The new Christopher Nolan sci-fi epic “Interstellar debuts in the second spot with $50 million. It also brought in an extra $2.2 million in early grosses and earned a “B+” grade. “Gone Girl” is still doing well, only falling to third place after six weeks with $6.1 million. Hollywood Reporter

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HBO is pulling out all the stops for Tuesday’s Veteran’s Day concert. The concert could be the biggest live event ever at Washington’s National Mall with 850,000 people expected. Featured performers and presenters include Bruce Springsteen, Eminem, Rihanna, The Black Keys, Jennifer Hudson, Carrie Underwood, Zac Brown Band, Dave Grohl, Meryl Streep, Jack Black, John Oliver, and Bryan Cranston. The Wrap

Aaron Sorkin says fans should enjoy the final season of “The Newsroom” because it might be his last for TV. The third season debuted Sunday on HBO and follows his Emmy-winning work from “The West Wing.” He adds to “never say never” but he does not “see another series in my future.” His other series were “Sports Night” and “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.” He is now focusing on film screenplays after an Oscar win for “The Social Network.” Variety

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Matt Damon is returning to one of his most popular roles. He will once again play Jason Bourne for director Paul Greengrass in a fifth “Bourne” movie slated for 2016. The fourth and most recent sequel was “The Bourne Legacy” starring Jeremy Renner instead of Damon. USA Today

Big winners at Sunday’s MTV Europe Music Awards include One Direction, Katy Perry, and Ariana Grande. Held in Scotland, the ceremony was hosted by Nicki Minaj, who performed a medley of her hits and also took home the best hip hop trophy. Ozzy Osbourne was awarded the Glabal Icon Award. BBC

If you always wanted to step into “The Hunger Games” arena, you will have your chance soon. Lionsgate is creating a live stage show based on the blockbuster film franchise to tour worldwide in 2016. It will feature “innovative and immersive staging techniques” and characters based on the ones played by Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and more. Yahoo Movies

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