Posted on February 8, 2011
Five-time Emmy winner Michael J. Fox returns to the small screen on tonight's episode of 'The Good Wife' on DISH Network. Fox, appeared on CBS' 'The Good Wife' on an episode in November, playing the part of disabled litigator Louis Canning - who appeared opposite Alicia (Julianna Marguiles) in the courtroom over a major lawsuit. While Michael J. Fox's character used his disability (dyskinesia, an ailment similar to Fox's Parkinsons symptoms) to sway the jury in his last guest appearance on the series, while his real-life Parkinson's disease is a continual battle for the 49 year-old actor. Tonight's episode (Feb. 8), "The Real Deal," will bring back Fox's former character, Canning to take on Alicia once again in the courtroom, but this time there's a mole in the office, with suspicions running high that he/she is working for Canning. You can find a preview of tonight's drama-packed episode below. Michael J. Fox is most well known for his acting in the 1980s TV series 'Family Ties' and in the blockbuster trilogy 'Back to the Future.' Fox has been making guest appearances on TV shows for awhile now, with most of his "recurring roles" on 'Boston Legal' and 'Rescue Me.' You can catch Michael J. Fox on 'The Good Wife' tonight in HD on CBS at 10:00 PM. For more information on satellite TV programming visit authorized DISH Network retailer DISH Systems online or call 866-989-3474. You can also find DISH Systems on Twitter and Facebook.