The former 'GCB' star returned to the set of the CBS drama series on Friday and shot a 'short scene' with Alan Cumming.
Kristin Chenoweth has returned to the set of "The Good Wife" after deciding to drop out of the show following the injuries she sustained on the filming location last July. The Broadway star tweeted on Friday, August 31, "I was able to go back a shoot a short scene with Alan Cumming on The Good Wife. #blessing!"
She additionally posted a picture of her with another series regular, Josh Charles. "My director today! the real deal," the April Rhodes of "Glee" wrote in a caption of the photo. It's unclear, however, if her return to the set is temporary or if she will complete her multi-episode arc as planned before.
Cumming and Charles were excited to have Chenoweth back on the set. The former called her a "bundle of light and love," while the latter took to Twitter to say, "Having @KChenoweth back with us today was absolutely the highlight of my day. Her talent, charm and warmth was inspiring."
Chenoweth was cast in a recurring role of a political reporter who wants to find out all the details on Peter Florrick's campaign for governor, as well as his and Alicia's marriage. She sustained injuries on the head after being hit by a lighting equipment during the filming on July 11 in Brooklyn, New York, and later announced that she was unable to return to the show.
Miriam Shor, who was Chenoweth's co-star on short-lived comedy "GCB", was later cast in a similar reporter role, but a source insisted it was always their plan to feature more than one news hound. The Emmy-winning series itself will kick off the fourth season on Sunday, September 30 at 9 P.M.