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Shortly after it was announced at Comic-Con that “Weeds” alum Mary-Louise Parker will join “The Blacklist” season two in a recurring role, it’s been revealed that “Breaking Bad” actress Krysten Ritter is also adding her name to the list.
Ritter will guest star in the Sept. 22 premiere of the NBC drama currently filming in New York, Variety has confirmed. She will play Rowan Mills, a troubled analyst at a data security firm.
She’s currently booked to appear only in the opener. Along with playing Jesse Pinkman’s girlfriend Jane in season two of “Breaking Bad,” she’s known for starring in comedy “Don’t Trust the B– in Apartment 23,” which was canceled by ABC after its first season.
- Alex Stedman
Krysten Ritter‘s name has been added to “The Blacklist.” The former “Breaking Bad” actress has been cast for the second season of the NBC drama, which stars James Spader as former government agent and fugitive from justice Raymond “Red” Reddington. Also read: Mary-Louise Parker to Join ‘The Blacklist’ in Season 2 Ritter will appear on the Sept. 22 season premiere of the series, playing Rowan Mills, a troubled analyst at a data security firm. News of Ritter's casting comes days after NBC's announcement that “Weeds” alum Mary-Louise Parker had been cast in the Season 2 premiere. Also read: NBC New Schedule: ‘Blacklist’ Shifts to. »
- Tim Kenneally
As part of its seeming bid to give every brunette actress in SAG a Season 2 role, NBC’s The Blacklist has now tapped Krysten Ritter for a guest-starring gig.
As first reported by TV Fanatic, ABC’s former B— in Apartment 23 will appear in the Season 2 premiere, airing Monday, Sept. 22, as a troubled data security firm analyst.
The Blacklist is bulking up for season two. Just days after adding Mary-Louise Parker (Weeds) to the cast in a recurring role, NBC's breakout drama has added a House of Cards actress as a new series regular. Mozhan Marno has been cast as Tamar Katzman, a former Mossad agent and incredibly intuitive spy who goes head to head with Raymond Reddington (James Spader). Photos Broadcast TV's Returning Shows 2014-15 Marno played Ayla Sayyad on Netflix's House of Cards. Her credits include a guest role in CBS' Madam Secretary pilot as well as episodes of In Plain Sight, Ringer and
- Lesley Goldberg
Star Wars: Rebels
At last, it has been revealed that Disney's upcoming in-canon animated series "Star Wars Rebels" is currently targeting a premiere in October this year on the Disney Channel before moving to its regular home on Disney Xd. Lucasfilm and Disney have reportedly not settled on a specific date just yet, but will do so in the new few weeks. [Source: The NY Times]
Marvel's Agents of Shield
ABC has posted the official gag reel for the first season of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." online, and it seems Ming-Na Wen is the biggest comedian of the cast.
The clip was screened at the show's panel at San Diego Comic-Con this past week and will be included on the first season disc set on September 9th. The clip is geo-locked, so non-u.S. readers can access it here.
The Comic Con panel for Fox's "The Following »
- Garth Franklin
Mary-Louise Parker is on NBC's list. The Weeds star is set to join the second season of The Blacklist in a recurring role, the NBC hit's creators announced at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday. Set to make her debut in the premiere, Parker will play Naomi Hyland, a strong woman who's been hiding a dark secret from her husband, one that will put them both in danger. And you can expect Naomi to shine a light on the ever-mysterious Red (James Spader), as creator Jon Bokenkamp teased that Parker's character is "completely tied to Reddington." Spader added, "We start to learn little bit more about Reddington and his mythological »
The Weeds and Killing stars, respectively, have joined NBC’s miniseries about a family that falls apart after one man slaps another couple’s naughty child, our sister site Deadline reports.
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Sarsgaard will play Hector, cousin to the slapper. Hector is a husband and father tempted by his wife’s teenage receptionist during a party.
Parker’s role, Anouk, is a head writer who’s dating the series’ young leading man. Anouk and Hector are good friends. »
Peter Sarsgaard and Mary-Louise Parker have been cast in NBC's domestic drama miniseries “The Slap,” about the fallout from a child being slapped at a party. NBC announced in January that the miniseries will run for eight episodes. It is based on a novel by Australian author Christos Tsiolkas that was previously adapted as an Australian miniseries. Also read: Christopher Walken to Play Tap-Dancing Captain Hook in ‘Peter Pan Live’ Sarsgaard appeared recently in AMC and Netflix's “The Killing,” while Parker starred in Showtime's “Weeds.” NBC entertainment chief Bob Greenblatt, who was previously at Showtime, helped develop and supervise the dramedy “Weeds. »
- Tim Molloy
NBC has enlisted two acclaimed actors to star in its provocative upcoming miniseries The Slap. Mary-Louise Parker and Peter Sarsgaard will headline the complex family drama about what happens after a man slaps another couple’s misbehaving child. “The seemingly minor domestic dispute pulls the family apart, begins to expose long-held secrets and ignites a lawsuit that challenges the core American values of all who are pulled into it,” according to the show’s official description.
- James Hibberd
From Weeds creator Jenji Kohan, Orange is the New Black tells the heartbreaking and hilarious stories of the women at Litchfield Prison. In Season 1, Piper Chapman’s (Taylor Schilling) wild past came back to haunt her, resulting in her arrest and detention in a federal penitentiary where she finds unexpected conflict and camaraderie amidst an eccentric group of inmates. In Season 2, shocking revelations and new arrivals shake up the lives and relationships of the prisoners, in ways they never could have imagined. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, co-stars Natasha Lyonne (“Nicky Nichols”) and Yael Stone (“Lorna Morello”) talked about their expectations for the show, when they realized just how much viewers were talking about it, how the success of Season 1 affected the vibe on set for Season 2, how humbling it is to strip their vanity away with the prison wardrobe, and the beautiful journey their characters took together »
- Christina Radish
Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Aug. 26, 2014
Price: DVD $28.98, Blu-ray/DVD Combo $35.99
Two families—led by two single parents—will have to survive their vacation in the 2014 film Blended, the third comedy collaboration between stars Adam Sandler (Grown Ups) and Drew Barrymore (Going the Distance).
After a disastrous blind date, single parents Lauren (Barrymore) and Jim (Sandler) agree on only one thing: they never want to see each other again. But when they each sign up separately for a fabulous family vacation with their kids, they are all stuck sharing a suite at a luxurious African safari resort for a week.
Directed by Frank Coraci, who previously collaborated with Sandler and Barrymore on The Wedding Singer, Blended co-stars Wendi McLendon-Covey (Bridesmaids), Joel McHale (TV’s Community), Kevin Nealon (TV’s Weeds) and Terry Crews (Gamer).
Released wide to theaters in May, »
Orange Is the New Black is wonderful. If you haven't watched it, you should watch it. If you've only watched it once, watch it again! There are jokes you missed. But if you feel you've wrung all the joy you can out of its 26 episodes, and you're feeling bereft and lonely, one other show can scratch some of those same itches: Weeds. That shouldn't be too shocking — both shows are from creator Jenji Kohan, after all — but the similarities wind up being stronger than you might think.For those who don't remember, Weeds debuted on Showtime in 2005; Mary Louise Parker stars as the recently widowed Nancy Botwin, mother of two boys and resident of the oppressively tony California suburb of Agrestic. After her husband died, Nancy decided to start selling pot as a way to make money. This, of course, turns out to be more fraught than »
- Margaret Lyons
From Weeds creator Jenji Kohan, Orange is the New Black tells the heartbreaking and hilarious stories of the women at Litchfield Prison. In Season 1, Piper Chapman’s (Taylor Schilling) wild past came back to haunt her, resulting in her arrest and detention in a federal penitentiary where she finds unexpected conflict and camaraderie amidst an eccentric group of inmates. In Orange Is the New Black Season 2, shocking revelations and new arrivals shake up the lives and relationships of the prisoners, in ways they never could have imagined. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, co-stars Kate Mulgrew (“Galina ‘Red’ Reznikov”) and Lorraine Toussaint (“Yvonne ‘Vee’ Parker”) talked about how they realized the level of popularity of this show, getting to explore the past and present of the relationship between their characters, that it’s great to work wearing a uniform, sneaking bits of glamour in, the expectation level that they »
- Christina Radish
From Weeds creator Jenji Kohan, Orange is the New Black tells the heartbreaking and hilarious stories of the women at Litchfield Prison. In Season 1, Piper Chapman’s (Taylor Schilling) wild past came back to haunt her, resulting in her arrest and detention in a federal penitentiary where she finds unexpected conflict and camaraderie amidst an eccentric group of inmates. In Orange Is the New Black Season 2, shocking revelations and new arrivals shake up the lives and relationships of the prisoners, in ways they never could have imagined. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, co-stars Jason Biggs (“Larry Bloom”) and Laura Prepon (“Alex Vause”) talked about their expectations for the show, when they realized just how much viewers were talking about it, how the success of Season 1 affected the vibe on set for Season 2, enjoying the freedom that comes with wearing the prison wardrobe, how they felt about the journey »
- Christina Radish
Sandra Bernhard has signed on to appear in FX’s new comedy “You’re the Worst.”
Narcissistic and self-destructive, Jimmy (Chris Geere) thinks that all relationships are doomed, while the cynical but people-pleasing Gretchen (Aya Cash) knows that relationships aren’t for her. So when the two meet at a wedding, it’s only natural that they go home together and, despite their better judgement, begin to find themselves falling for each other.
“You’re the Worst” premieres at 10:30 p.m. July 17 on FX.
Bernhard is repped by Genesis Entertainment.
- Shelli Weinstein
Natasha Lyonne is staging a prison break and heading to Brooklyn. The Orange Is the New Black actress will guest star in an upcoming episode of HBO's Girls, E! News has confirmed. Details about Lyonne's character are being kept under wraps. Lyonne joins previously reported guest stars Zachary Quinto, Gillian Jacobs and Jason Ritter. Girls season four is currently filming with an early 2015 release date eyed. Orange Is the New Black's third season is also currently in production in New York. Lyonne's Orange Is the New Black costar Danielle Brooks previously appeared in Girls season three. The American Pie actress' other TV roles include New Girl, Weeds, Ntsf:sd:suv and Law & Order: Svu. She got »
One of Litchfield’s finest is getting out on parole and heading straight for Brooklyn.
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HBO would only confirm that Lyonne will appear in the comedy’s fourth season, slated to premiere in early 2015.
As TVLine previously reported, Lyonne will be joined »
Orange Is the New Black, Season 2, Episode 13: “We Have Manners. We Are Polite.”
Written by Jenji Kohan
Directed by Contantine Makris
Released Friday, June 6 on Netflix Instant
“Bad seed,” “insane,” “psycho,” “the real evil”—these are just some of the ways in which Vee is referred to this episode. Strangely, it is a finale that works hard in its side stories to show a fuzzy line between good people and bad people, and mostly succeeds in doing so. So why exactly it features a central story that works to prove the complete opposite, about a sociopath with no redeeming qualities who is treated like a cancer on the prison, is a mystery. Are we really supposed to cheer her death after we just learned our lesson over the course of two seasons that life is not so clear cut? Close out the story singing “Ding Dong the Witch Is »
If Orange Is the New Black has ever reminded you of Weeds, consider this: Jenji Kohan created both hits. Even though the shows have two totally different premises and characters, we can't help but notice the similarities between their deeply flawed yet lovable heroines, Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) and Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker). After bidding farewell to Nancy in the Weeds series finale in 2012, we couldn't wait to see what Kohan had in store for us next. Fortunately, she hasn't disappointed with Oitnb, giving us a badass who carries Nancy's torch. Keep reading to see all the times Piper reminded us of Nancy. Source: Netflix, Showtime »
- Nick Maslow
In celebration of the newly released second season of the hit comedy-drama series, ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ Netflix has released an all-new extended trailer highlighting some of the season’s most surprising moments. The trailer is helping to promote the 13 episodes of Season 2 of the crime series, which is now airing on the movie and television Internet streaming service. Netflix has released the following synopsis for ‘Orange Is the New Black’: Created by Jenji Kohan (‘Weeds’), the Netflix original series ‘Orange Is the New Black’ is a funny, thought-provoking and powerful series that follows a diverse group of inmates in a women’s prison. Based on the best-selling memoir [ Read More ]
The post Orange Is the New Black Entertains with New Extended Season 2 Trailer appeared first on Shockya.com. »
- Karen Benardello
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