Good Friday’s ad for the ABC sitcom has been branded a “shocking insult” by critics and a “bizarre way to celebrate” the end of the show.
The ad features a woman standing with a baby, in a chair with a cardboard cutout of her face, saying, “I love you.
It’s time to go.”
The ad was first posted on Twitter and has since been retweeted over 1.5 million times.
In the ad, a woman wearing a blue dress with a white star above her shoulder holds her newborn, holding a bouquet of flowers.
The video shows the mother with her baby and then the baby crying in the chair, as she is holding the bouquet.
In a statement released by the ABC, the show’s creator and showrunner, Peter Gould, said the ad “re-inforces and reinforces the idea that the show is the bad guy.”
The ABC said it was not aware of the ad and would not comment further.
The Good Wife, which stars Anna Chlumsky, has been nominated for a Golden Globe for Outstanding Drama Series and a Golden Globes nomination for Outstand Entertainment Program, for its portrayal of a New York family, which is the basis for the sitcom.
The ABC also announced it was changing its format to be more family-oriented and focus on the characters relationships.
“The Good Women of the ABC” was filmed in New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta in 2017.
The sitcom is one of several series the network is working on with executive producers David Shore and Aaron Kaplan.
ABC will continue to make and distribute the series, which will air on ABC in 2019.
A spokeswoman for the Good Wife did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The TV ads in question are from a campaign for the first episode of the sitcom, titled “The Little Girl Who Could.”
The Good Women campaign was launched by a group of New York-based women, and was promoted in the “Big Girls” section of ABC’s website, which features ads for TV shows and movies, including the first season of The Walking Dead.
The campaign featured the “Good Women” campaign.
The “Good Girls” campaign was also launched by the group and the campaign has since featured the campaign for its own television series, The Good Men Project, and a campaign to bring more young people to the local theater.