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Police arrests! Covert meetings! Chloe Sevigny screaming! After a vague teaser, we're finally getting an in-depth look at the new season of Big Love, and it's a nail-biter. Power and corruption appear to be two big themes, with Bill (Bill Paxton) getting even more ambitious with a run for state Senate. Meanwhile, Margene (Ginnifer Goodwin) is throwing her own weight around with her growing career as a TV shopping channel host, and Nicki is questioning her feelings for Bill. We already heard that Amanda Seyfried is moving on from her role as Bill's eldest, and the preview hints at Sarah's departure - though we don't see much of the other kids. There are also the typical conflicts with the compound, but mostly I'm just curious if we're going to see Bill in handcuffs by the end of this season. Mark your calendar for Jan. 10, but first, check out the juicy video when you read more. »
January brings us the fourth season of HBO’s Big Love, but it may be the last to feature cast member Amanda Seyfried on a regular basis according to TV Guide. Seyfried plays the eldest of eight children of a polygamist family in suburban Utah, and will be written off the show in the eighth episode of the season.
The show’s creator, Will Scheffer, had this to say, “She’s been exploring her movie career for a couple of years now, and we’ve been giving her a lot of room to do that. I know having a commitment to a show for six months definitely cuts into her ability to pursue that career.” Just so there’s no confusion, Scheffer continues, “She’s moving away”. Hit the jump for what effect this may have on the show.
Big Love provides amazing roles for female actors, but this applies »
- Brendan Bettinger
Fresh from grabbing their third straight Best Drama Golden Globe nod, HBO polygamy drama Big Love recently announced the riveting storylines that are set to rock Juniper Creek this season that kicks off January 10.
The plotlines for Big Love season four include: the launch of a Mormon-friendly casino with his Native American partners, the changing of the guard at the Juniper Creek compound, Bill's (Bill Paxton) potential candidacy for the Utah state senate, Barb's (Jeanne Tripplehorn) controversial role at the new casino, Nicki's (Chloe Sevigny) stormy relationship with her ex-husband, and Margene's (Ginnifer Goodwin) career as a home shopping personality.
HBO's critically acclaimed series "Big Love" is set to kick off its fourth season in January. The drama about a fundamentalist Mormon family that practices polygamy will be airing nine episodes this upcoming season.
Bill faces new personal and professional challenges in the upcoming season, including the launch of a Mormon-friendly casino with his Native American partners, his potential candidacy for the Utah state senate, Barb's controversial role at the new casino, Nicki's stormy relationship with her ex-husband, and Margene's career as a home shopping personality.
HBO has unveiled 5 TV spots and a behind-the-scenes video to promote the upcoming 4th season of the hit drama, Big Love, starring Bill Paxton, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Chloë Sevigny, Ginnifer Goodwin, Amanda Seyfried, Douglas Smith, Grace Zabriskie, Harry Dean Stanton, Melora Walters and Joel McKinnon Miller.Hold Tight BillHold Tight BarbHold Tight NikkiHold Tight MargeneTV Spot #2An Invitation to the set of Big Love Season 4Big Love is back on HBO January 10th at 9Pm. »
Every day a multitude of stars wanders through the halls of MTV News to talk about their latest projects and goof around with our intrepid correspondents. But sometimes we catch stars elsewhere, and that's why we put together Spotted!, a daily compendium of stars in the wild.
Anybody who watched any video on this site in the past few months was probably treated to Zooey Deschanel's rendition of "Fabric of My Life," a deceptively catchy jingle that appeared in advertisements for Cotton Incorporated. (Miranda Lambert and Jazmine Sullivan also recorded their own versions of the same tune for the same campaign.) Deschanel stepped out on Saturday night (December 12) with sister Emily and husband Ben Gibbard (of Death Cab for Cutie) for a benefit party for the Humane Society. The fete, co-hosted at a private residence in Los Angeles by Cotton Incorporated and Vanity Fair magazine, also featured appearances by »
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