Q: Now that he has his own show again, will Michael J. Fox be on “The Good Wife” anymore? – Gloria Brown, Fayetteville, N.C.

A: He says he’d still like to reprise the role of attorney Louis Canning on the CBS drama if possible. In fact, he’s made arrangements with NBC to go back to that series if the schedule for his new “Michael J. Fox Show” allows for it. Fox told us during the summer that he finds it a complete joy to work with Julianna Margulies and the “Good Wife” crew, and it’s given him a nice fringe benefit in three Emmy nominations (so far) for that role.

Q: Why is Ziva David (real name, Cote de Pablo) being removed from “NCIS”? – Mary Oktavec, Vero Beach, Fla.

A: She’s not being removed; it was the actress’ decision to leave the CBS series. Network chief Les Moonves said she even was offered more money but to no avail.

Q: When will “The Americans” be back? – Sue Brubach, Bridgeport, Ohio

A: FX plans to launch Season 2 of the Keri Russell-starring espionage drama – which was named last season’s outstanding new program by the Television Critics Association – in January.

Q: What happened to Meredith Vieira on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire”? – Joan Flanagan, Grand Junction, Colo.

A: After 11 years, she decided last winter not to renew her contract with the syndicated game show in order to work on other projects, one of which was her recent NBC News special on Valerie Harper. However, the main one became clear as the year went along: Vieira will launch her own syndicated weekday talk show next fall. Meanwhile, “Millionaire” continues with comic Cedric the Entertainer as the new host.