Filthy Rich's Gerald McRaney Defends His 'Complicated' Character, Reacts to the Series Premiere's Final Twist

Three things attracted Gerald McRaney to the role of Filthy Rich‘s swindling televangelist Eugene Monreaux: “The original script, [showrunner] Tate Taylor and Kim Cattrall,” he tells TVLine. And if you’ve seen the first episode of the Fox drama, you already know that McRaney’s third reason presents a bit of a problem. READ MORE

Post Mortems

Filthy Rich EP Tackles Series Premiere's Biggest Twist, Addresses the Sexual Elephant in the Room — Grade It!

If you look up “guilty pleasure” in the dictionary, you’re likely to find a picture of Kim Cattrall glamorously burning a Southern mansion to the ground, then walking away ever so slowly while whispering, “Rot in hell.” READ MORE & GRADE THE PREMIERE

Fall TV Preview

Fox Sets Filthy Rich and L.A.'s Finest Premiere Dates — Watch New Trailers

A double dose of girl power is coming to Fox’s newly tweaked fall schedule.

The network announced Friday that Filthy Rich, its upcoming soapy drama starring Kim Cattrall, will premiere on READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO