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The Getting On and Scream Queens actress is joining the Showtime drama’s upcoming fourth season as an Alcoholics Anonymous chairperson running Masters’ (Michael Sheen) court-ordered daily meetings. Her character, Louise Bell, fervently believes in AA’s message, and uses it to push the relentlessly stubborn Masters to reevaluate his life. She’s set to appear in multiple episodes.
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The actress has landed a multi-episode arc on Season 4 of Masters of Sex as Darleen Connolly, a patient who comes to see Masters and Johnson when her sex life with her husband is in jeopardy, TVLine has confirmed.
In the course of Darleen’s treatment, she learns that her better half has had a foot fetish all these years.
The upcoming season of the Showtime drama (premiering Sunday, Sept. 11, at 10/9c) will »
Whether or not presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is elected commander-in-chief, 2017 will nonetheless usher in a female president. Claire Danes on Tuesday revealed during a Q&A with Vanity Fair that Homeland‘s upcoming sixth season will focus on the first female president-elect.
Per Variety, the character will not be a Clinton caricature, but instead an amalgamation of all of the different candidates currently in the running. (Let’s just hope she doesn’t have Donald Trump’s hair!)
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During a recent conference call, Showtime CEO David Nevins »
Everyone woman loves having a best friend. However, while Bff’s make for sweet television moments, it’s TV’s female adversaries that tend to pack the biggest dramatic punch. After all, drama is about conflict. No, I’m not talking about silly “catfights.” When intelligent & strong-minded (some would say stubborn) women are on opposite sides of the fence, the results are great television! Here are some examples of how some of TV’s female adversaries get paired: All in the Family Supergirl: Kara Danvers/Supergirl and Aunt Astra Even though Kara (Melissa Benoist) and Astra (Laura Benanti) are diametrically opposed, they still have a place in
TV’s Female Adversaries: Keep Friends Close, but Enemies Closer! »
- Joy D'Angelo
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