At its upfront presentation earlier today, CBS confirmed that a “Good Wife” spin-off starring Christine Baranski is officially going to happen.

The new drama series will be produced by CBS Television Studios and air on the network’s subscription-only streaming service CBS All Access.

The upcoming show will focus on Baranski’s character, attorney Diane Lockhart, and Cush Jumbo’s character, lawyer Lucca Quinn. At this time, none of the other cast members from “The Good Wife” have signed on to the project.

“Good Wife” creators Robert and Michelle King agreed to write the first episode of this follow-up series, but will not serve as its showrunners.

After seven suspenseful seasons, “The Good Wife” aired its final episode May 8. In the finale, Lockhart slapped Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies), which most likely ended their plans to start an all-female law practice. Additionally, infidelity entered Lockhart’s marriage to Kurt McVeigh (Gary Cole).

“I always thought [the Kings] understood me as an actress, and they wrote beautifully for actors, and they wrote women very well,” 64-year-old Baranski said in April when questioned about a potential spin-off. “So, of course, I would hope to cross paths with them again.”

“I would love for that to happen,” Jumbo responded when asked about a spin-off earlier this month. “But I’m kind of the last one in, so I have to just kind of wait to see what happens.”

CBS All Access will now have two brand new scripted series to stream. In addition to the “Good Wife” spin-off (which does not yet have a title or premiere date), the company is also preparing a new and updated version of the classic series “Star Trek,” which is slated to premiere in January 2017.

“There will be more series coming but by starting with these two, we’re creating a wide range of original content for CBS All Access,” CBS CEO Les Moonves said.