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NBC Recast Scoop: Uma Thurman In, Mary-Louise Parker Out in The Slap
Parker was forced to step aside due to health reasons (the actress is recovering from a bout of pneumonia). READ MORE
Mary-Louise Parker Joins The Blacklist Season 2 — What's Her Tie to Red?
Job opportunities are growing like weeds for Mary-Louise Parker. READ MORE
Mary-Louise Parker, Peter Sarsgaard Board NBC Miniseries The Slap
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 READ MORE
Pilot News: Weeds' Mary-Louise Parker to Star in NBC Comedy Feed Me
Mary-Louise Parker on Weeds Series Finale: 'It's Not a Happily Ever After'
The first review of Weeds‘ Sept. 16 series finale is in, and it’s a rave.
“It’s beautiful… I just cried when I read [the script],” leading lady Mary-Louise Parker told reporters at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour in Beverly Hills. “[Series creator Jenji Kohan] managed to bring things together in a way that was really satisfying to me. She didn’t make it a ‘happily ever after’ thing, but there was …READ MORE
Emmys 2011: A Look at the Lead Comedy Actress Race — Including Our Dream Nominees
When it comes to the Emmy Awards, there’s no counting out 30 Rock’s Tina Fey. Ever. In 50 years, she’ll be Betty White. But this year’s Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series competition may be all about Showtime and its three show-stopping leading ladies. Will the Academy prescribe a consecutive win for Nurse Jackie’s Edie Falco, or will Toni Collette grab a second statue to go with Tara’s multiple personalities? Or could they and The Big C’s Laura Linney split the pay cable vote, leaving an opening for someone new, like Raising Hope’s Martha Plimpton? REVIEW CONTENDERS & VOTE