Rectify Ep. 2.08 – 2.10 pushes characters to the brink of isolation

Rectify Season 2, Episode 8 – “The Great Destroyer”

Written by Scott Teems (story) & Ray McKinnon (teleplay)

Directed by Billy Gierhart

Episode 9 – “Until You’re Blue”

Written by Victoria Morrow & Scott Teems

Directed by Seith Mann

Episode 10 – “Unhinged”

Written by Ray McKinnon & Kate Powers

Directed by Stephen Gylenhall

(Note: as a primer for Rectify’s third season premiere, Randy revisited the final three episodes of season two.)

There’s nothing more important than family on Rectify - and I’m not just talking about Daniel Holden, or even the Holden family in general. The closing episodes of Rectify‘s haunting, beautiful second season are all about breaking down the various families of Paulie, be it the Holdens, the Willis’s, or even something more abstract, like the law enforcement characters, or the general population of Paulie. As Senator Roland Foulkes pushes and pushes to get Daniel’s case reopened, everyone in Georgia finds
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Rectify Ep. 2.04-2.05 “Donald the Normal”/”Act As If” two fantastic, thematically-rich hours of TV’s most underrated show

Rectify Season 2, Episodes 4 & 5 “Donald the Normal”/”Act As If”

Written by Kate Powers & Ray McKinnon (“Donald the Normal”), Victoria Morrow (“Act As If”)

Directed by David Lowery (“Donald the Normal”) and Andrew Bernstein (“Act As If”)

Change. At the heart of Rectify is the idea of change: set in a town stuck in the past, featuring a family reeling from an event twenty years ago, and a main character whose entire reality is broken the instant he’s released from prison. And as the heart of Rectify, the Holden household kitchen serves as the perfect metaphor for change: starting over really only happens when you start over, when you finally get rid of the old and allow the new to consume you. But true, soul-enriching change is scary, difficult, and easily corrupted: and in “Donald the Normal” and “Act As If”, that struggle bleeds into every scene, every conversation, every shot composition – and as always,
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Fox’s Fringe Adds Lost Charlotte

An alumnus from J.J. AbramsLost is on her way to the set of Fringe on Fox. In fact, we hear another Lost actor, Maggie Grace, also has a new gig. It’s for a killer new pilot. But let’s focus on Fringe, shall we?

Fans of Fringe will remember seeing a season finale last year that delivered the disappearance of Peter. Someone is always disappearing on that series. This time around, on the upcoming May season ender, someone will appear instead of disappear and that person is Lost‘s Rebecca Mader, who played Charlotte once upon a time.

For Fringe, Mader will play Jessica, someone who will connect heavily with Olivia. We’ll see her work beginning in the final two episodes of the season. And get this, producers tell TV Guide that Jessica is linked to the super villain David Robert Jones. She’s also a tough chick.
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ABC's No Ordinary Family ''No Ordinary Detention'' Promo Online!

A gang of criminals invade the police station during an Internal Affair investigation into a rogue cop, and Jim has to choose whether to risk revealing his powers to stop them. Meanwhile, Hr VP Victoria Morrow begins snooping around the Global Tech labs and gets close to Stephanie's secret. Starring: Michael Chiklis as Jim Powell Julie Benz as Stephanie Powell Stephen Collins as Dr. Dayton King Jimmy Bennett as J.J. Powell Romany Malco as George St. Cloud Kay Panabaker as Daphne Powell Autumn Reeser as Katie Andrews Victoria Morrow as Rebecca Mader LEEE777 - New episode airs 18th January on ABC.
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No Ordinary Family Trailer: Welcome, Joanne Kelly

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No Ordinary Family will soon collide with Warehouse 13.

On next week's new episode, SyFy star Joanne Kelly will stop by the new ABC drama. The actress will portray an Internal Affairs office investigating a cop, only for her to be taken hostage at the police station.

Jim will be forced to intervene.

Elsewhere, Katie and Stephanie start to have questions about Human Resources VP Victoria Morrow. Watch the official ABC preview now:

No Ordinary Detention Preview
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'No Ordinary Family' and 'V' Jan. 18 Previews

"No Ordinary Family" welcomes Joanne Kelly from "Warehouse 13" next week as Internal Affairs officer Rachel Jacobs who investigates reports of a rogue cop. Jim risks revealing himself as the prime suspect when the police station is overrun by a group of thugs, and he is the only hope of survival.

Meanwhile, while trying to nurse an ailing Joshua back to health at the lab, Katie and Stephanie run into Human Resources VP Victoria Morrow (Rebecca Mader of "Lost") and begin to suspect that she isn't who she says she is.

"No Ordinary Detention" airs on January 18 at 8/7c followed by a new episode of "V" called "Laid Bear". Erica learns her partner, Malik, is a Visitor and must fight for her life - literally - to stop Anna from finding out she's Fifth Column. Meanwhile, Anna learns that Malik is missing and orders Ryan to find her, while Lisa
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Interview - Rebecca Mader Discusses No Ordinary Family

Rebecca Mader has kept busy since Lost, but fans of the fiery redhead have been without a weekly fix of her crackling wit and penetrating blue eyes since Charlotte Lewis came down with a time travel induced cerebral hematoma nearly two years ago. Tonight that drought comes to an end when Rebecca debuts her character Victoria Morrow on the latest episode of ABC's No Ordinary Family, "No Ordinary Brother", which premieres on ABC at 8pm Est. I was able to speak with Rebecca briefly about her character.

"She’s fabulous, she’s got lovely red hair and blue eyes," Rebecca told me. "Her name is Victoria Morrow she’s the VP of Human Resources at Globaltech. I basically show up and I give Autumn Reese’s character, Katie, a promotion, which is all rather intriguing. There’s basically more to my character that meets the eye. She might have some
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Rebecca Mader Joins the Family

Consider her Lost and found! As cultural anthropologist Charlotte Lewis on the dearly departed mind-bending ABC drama, Rebecca Mader was done in by a gushing nosebleed following too much time travel. Now, Mader is back from the dead to play the equally mysterious Victoria Morrow on No Ordinary Family in an arc of episodes that kicks off tonight at 8/7c on ABC. We asked the fiery gal for the scoop about her new alter ego.

TV Guide Magazine: How would you describe Victoria?

Mader: She is a British woman who works with Stephanie [Julie Benz] at Global Tech as ...

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Mader 'unsure about No Ordinary future'

Mader 'unsure about No Ordinary future'
Rebecca Mader has hinted that she could return to ABC's No Ordinary Family. The former Lost actress will appear in a three-episode arc as Global Tech executive Victoria Morrow beginning on January 11 and told io9 that she was uncertain about her character's future. "I'm shooting the third [episode]," she explained. "I don't really know [her fate] yet because I haven't shot [my final] scene yet. It's ambiguous. It doesn't look good, but it's ambiguous." Mader explained that she will appear alongside Stephen Collins (Dr. King) and Autumn Reeser (more)
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'Weeds' exec 'reinventing the show'

'Weeds' exec 'reinventing the show'
Weeds' executive producer Victoria Morrow has suggested that new episodes will reboot the show. According to TV Guide, the upcoming sixth season will see Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) and her family going on the run and adopting new identities. Speaking at Comic-Con, Morrow explained: "You have to reinvent the show. Now we're about to send the characters fleeing on the road so you have the opportunity to make new characters, new personas. [It's] basically a decimation of all the Botwins' work and a rebirth." Meanwhile, Parker suggested that much of the show will see the family trying to (more)
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Weeds Prepares for Another Reinvention

With Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) burning the house down at the end of Season 3, Weeds has made it very clear it's not afraid to throw out the old playbook and to start anew. That's just what the series plans to do again this year, as the Botwin family leaves San Diego's sandy beaches and the seedy politics of Tijuana behind for the open road.

Video: Weeds Season 6 trailer

"You have to reinvent the show. Now we're about to send the characters fleeing on the road so you have the opportunity to make new characters, new personas," executive producer Victoria Morrow said at a Comic-Con panel Thursday. "[It's] basically a decimation of all the Botwins' work and a rebirth."

In Season 6, premiering on Aug. 16 at 10/9c, the Botwin family will ...

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Comic-Con 2010: Showtime's Anti-Heroes Have More Fun

You'd think between a serial killer, a drug addict, a pot dealer, and and a sex fiend that Showtime could find some protagonist to chronicle without all that pesky moral ambiguity. 

But where's the fun in that?

"Showtime's Anti-Heroes" put most of our favorite leading law-breakers together in one panel with their respective producers and examined what it means to play bad guys defined by their consciences.  Panelists included Michael C. Hall  and Chip Johannesson of Dexter, Victoria Morrow and Mary Louis Parker of Weeds, Linda Wallem and Paul Schulze of Nurse Jackie, and Tom Kapinos and David Duchovny (seeming rather hung over) of Californication.

In between sizzle reals catching the audience up on each respective show and giggling at fans' repetitive and predictable questions, we learned a few new tid-bits about our favorite Showtime scoundrels.

Rob Lowe, Carla Gugino will guest star on Californication as a burnt out Brad Pitt-looking celeb,
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'Weeds': Will this be its last season on Showtime?

'Weeds': Will this be its last season on Showtime?
At a Comic Con panel Thursday celebrating Showtime’s critically beloved shows, the show runner for Weeds addressed the dramedy’s future going forward. When a convention-goer asked whether the coming season that begins Aug. 16 will be the show’s last, executive producer Victoria Morrow paused and then gave a very simple answer: “No.”

Check back to Hollywood Insider for more news fromSan Diego Comic Con.

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The Writers Guild Awards Nominations! "The Dark Knight" Among Nominees

"The Dark Knight," "Slumdog Millionaire," "Doubt," "Frost/Nixon," and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" are among the nominees in the Adapted Screenplay category for the WGA's (Writers Guild Awards) 61st Anniversary awards show.

Winners will be announced February 7th, and will be held simultaneously between two ceremonies -- West Coast at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, and the East Coast at the Hudson Theatre at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York City.

What about "Milk" or "The Wrestler?" Click Read More to see full list of nominees!

Original Screenplay

Burn After Reading, Written by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, Focus Features

Milk, Written by Dustin Lance Black, Focus Features

Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Written by Woody Allen, The Weinstein Company

The Visitor, Written by Tom McCarthy, Overture Films

The Wrestler, Written by Robert Siegel, Fox Searchlight Pictures

Adapted Screenplay

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Screenplay
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Writer's Guild Nominates Best Writing

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Genre vets Marc Guggenheim (Eli Stone), Drew Goddard, Brian K. Vaughan (Lost), Marti Noxon, Zack Whedon, and Danny Strong (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) have been nominated by their peers. The Writers Guild of America, West and the Writers Guild of America, East announced their nominees for outstanding achievement in television, radio, news, promotional writing, and graphic animation during the 2008 season to be honored at the upcoming 2009 Writers Guild Awards on February 7, 2009, in Los Angeles and New York.

Television Nominees

Dramatic Series

Dexter, Written by Scott Buck, Daniel Cerone, Charles H. Eglee, Adam E. Fiero, Lauren Gussis, Clyde Phillips, Scott Reynolds, Melissa Rosenberg, Tim Schlattmann; Showtime

Friday Night Lights, Written by Bridget Carpenter, Kerry Ehrin, Brent Fletcher, Jason Gavin, Carter Harris, Elizabeth Heldens, David Hudgins, Jason Katims, Patrick Massett, Aaron Rahsaan Thomas, John Zinman; NBC

Lost, Written by Carlton Cuse, Drew Goddard, Adam Horowitz, Christina M. Kim, Edward Kitsis, Damon L.
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