Demi Moore Empire

Demi Moore Joins Empire for 'Treacherous' Recurring Stint

In what marks her first major TV gig since her breakout General Hospital stint in the ’80s, Demi Moore is joining Fox’s Empire in a major recurring role, TVLine has learned.

Moore will play a take-charge nurse with a mysterious past who first appears in the Season 3 finale and who becomes “ever more treacherously entangled with the Lyon family” in (the already-ordered) Season 4.

Coincidentally, Moore joins a Season 3 guest cast that also includes real-life daughter Rumer Willis. It’s unclear if the duo’s paths will cross on the show though.

Moore last appeared on the small screen in a 2003 episode of Will & Grace.

Empire resumes its current third season on Wednesday, March 22 at 9/8c.

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10 Comments
  1. Brian says:

    Like this casting. Always had a soft spot for Demi Moore.

  2. Patti says:

    Ohhhhhh……this will be good!!

  3. RD says:

    Hmmm…the show is going downhill, what can we do? I know,get yet another big name to try and fix it. Aren’t there more guest stars than regular players in this awful show by now?

    • Antwon303 says:

      Sorry but you are stating alternative facts. Empire is the highest rated drama on network television. And to answer your question…no. There are not more guest stars than regular players. Nice try but it’s a swing and a miss.

      • RD says:

        High ratings or not, the storylines are a joke, and that’s what i’m referring to.

        • Antwon303 says:

          Oh I see what you meant. I respectfully disagree on the stories being a joke. Different strokes for different folks. Season three has gotten things more on track after the disaster of season two. The ratings are down but they are still champions as far as ratings go and that’s all networks care about. Empire has been renewed for season four and I betcha it will be on many more seasons. Fox is not about to cut the goose that laid their biggest golden egg. The show is not as good as it was in season one but I still find it entertaining.

  4. Haz says:

    I dropped this show during the second season, I enjoyed the first season but the second just lost me. I wish they would focus on the writing vs getting big name guest stars. I would rather see Demi Moore leading her own show vs seeing her on Empire.

  5. Jared says:

    I LOVE me some Demi!

  6. Elena says:

    So is Taraji finally leaving the show? First they hire Eva Longoria, now Demi Moore…hmmm…that makes three women with big egos. Is there enough room for it?
    And don’t forget Taraji left POI after Season 3. Empire was also the reason Taraji got snubbed for an Oscar since she couldn’t do all the promo work for Hidden Figures because of her Empire filming schedule.