Robert and Michelle King, the duo behind “The Good Wife,” have launched a new production company, King Size Productions, announced Tuesday.

Liz Glotzer of Castle Rock Entertainment will run King Size Productions, which will be based at CBS Television Studios.

“We couldn’t be more excited to be working with Liz,” the Kings said of Glotzer, who has served as president of Castle Rock since 1996. “Not only does she have spectacular taste, she has years of experience working with wonderful feature writers — many of whom are now looking to explore TV. That background, plus having the producing skills to help us move our own projects forward, makes this the perfect match.”

Glotzer joined Castle Rock at its inception in 1987, and during her time there, the company produced over 90 films including “When Harry Met Sally,” “Honeymoon in Vegas,” “A Few Good Men,” “Best in Show,” “The Polar Express” and “Miss Congeniality.” Glotzer has also served as a producer and exec producer on 17 movies. Her credits include “The Shawshank Redemption,” “Friends With Benefits” and “Two Weeks Notice.” Before Castle Rock, Glotzer was at the Samuel Goldwyn Company.

Robert and Michelle King, creators, showrunners and exec producers of “The Good Wife,” are repped by Paradigm Talent Agency and Jon Moonves at Del Shaw. Glotzer is repped by David Fox at Myman Abell.