Niecy Nash Joins Masters of Sex as [Spoiler]'s AA Advocate
The Getting On and Scream Queens actress is joining the Showtime drama’s upcoming fourth season as an Alcoholics Anonymous chairperson running READ MORE
Scream Queens Season 2: Niecy Nash Returning as Denise Hemphill
Officer Agent Denise Hemphill is back on the case! READ MORE
Niecy Nash to Star in Fox's Female Buddy Comedy Pilot The Enforcers
There’s no escaping it: Shoddy crime-fighting is in Niecy Nash‘s blood.
The comic dynamo, who played keystone cops on Reno 911! and Scream Queens, has landed the co-lead in The Enforcers, Fox’s female buddy comedy pilot about second-tier patrolwomen. READ MORE
Emmys Poll 2015: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy?
One thing is certain about the 2015 Emmys: If the show’s producers can’t figure out a killer sketch involving all eight nominees for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, then deserve the nation’s strongly worded tweets of rebuke. READ MORE & TAKE POLL
Emmy Screening Room: Getting On's Niecy Nash Gets Honest
June 26 — the cutoff date for the 2015 Emmy Awards nomination voting — is upon us! And that’s a source of both great anticipation and nameless dread for those of us obsessed with quality television. READ MORE & WATCH THE EMMY-WORTHY SCENE
Emmys 2015: Supporting Actress in a Comedy — Our 6 Dream Nominees!
If the 2015 Emmy race for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series were a coastal Japanese village, Mom‘s Allison Janney would be its (mega-talented) Godzilla — bearing down with awesome power, leaving few survivors in her wake. READ MORE
2014 in Review: TV's 21 Most Valuable Players
You win an Emmy or create a critical/ratings smash and you get to rest on your laurels, right? READ MORE
The Mindy Project: Niecy Nash Joins Season 3 Cast as Mindy's New Rival
Mindy Lahiri, we believe you’re about to meet your match.
Eye on Emmy: Getting On's Niecy Nash Talks Fears, Feces and June Squibb
Niecy Nash‘s bold looks and over-the-top persona made her a household name, so it’s understandable the actress was “nervous” to take on the decidedly unglamorous role of Nurse Denise “Didi” Ortley in the HBO comedy Getting On. As it turns out, she had absolutely nothing to worry about. READ MORE