The Good Wife
Alicia's relations with husband Peter Florrick may suffer and Diane is ready to take some courageous decisions. The Good Wife/Facebook

The Good Wife fans plunged into grief after their favourite character Will Gardner (Josh Charles) was shot dead by murder suspect Jeffrey Grant in open court.

Mourning fans wondered what would happen next in the popular court-room drama after the lead character's exit.

As promised by the producers in a written explanation about some dramatic changes in the coming episodes, 'The Last Call' will be about mourning and how death can change the whole perspective of life for fellow characters, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

Alicia's confused emotions for Will might change the entire equation and her conflicting affection for husband Peter Florrick (Chris Noth) may suffer in the aftermath of Will's death.

Alicia's relationships with Peter, Kalinda Sharma (Archie Panjabi) and Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) may also get knotty in Season 5 of The Good Wife.

The episode will also feature a phone call made by Will to Alicia, moments before he was shot dead and Alicia may start a new journey to find clues to unearth a 'mystery.'

Check the promo of The Good Wife Season 5 Episode 16 'The Last Call' here.

Diane is ready to make some courageous decisions about one of Will's clients after the vacuum he created. The episode will also reveal how she will deal with her personal grief after the catastrophic event.

"There's just this visual of Diane always looking up and seeing his empty office. I don't want to give away what happens, but it is interesting what happens to Diane as she's dealing with grief and just trying to find her own strength. It's actually kind of cool," Baranski said in an interview to music website

In the interview, Baranski remained mum about how Diane's relationship with Alicia will unfold in future.

"I can't give away any resolutions. It makes for an interesting window of opportunity to see how these women are going to be dealing with each other in the next phase of their lives," she said.