Harry's Law: Paul McCrane Weighs In on Season 2 Fixes and David E. Kelley's Take on Bullying
A case could be made in court that Harry’s Law is on the cusp of a turnaround. On the heels of NBC ordering six additional scripts for Season 2, this Wednesday at 9/8c the legal drama presents one of its more compelling hours, as Harry (played by Kathy Bates) and Ollie (Mark Valley) defend a Gossip Girl-like blogger accused of playing a role in the suicide of a closeted lesbian classmate.
ER alum Paul McCrane … READ MORE
Emmys: HBO Dominates Early Races With 15 Wins; Glee, Grey's, SNL, Community Grab Gold
Nucky Thompson was the one to beat on Saturday night in Los Angeles at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony, where HBO dominated with 15 total wins — including seven for Boardwalk Empire alone. SEE WINNERS LIST
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Guest Actor in a Drama?
The competition for the 2011 Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series can be broken into two distinct categories: Those who’ve already won an Emmy, and those who got their very first nomination just this year.
In the former group, we’ve got …READ MORE
Harry's Law: 6 Things To Know About David E. Kelley's New Legal Dramedy
This Monday at 10/9c, NBC presents its case for Harry’s Law, the latest legal dramedy from David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, The Practice). The series stars Oscar winner Kathy Bates as Harriet Korn, a patent attorney whose bad attitude lands her on the street, where she ultimately sets up a storefront law firm-slash-shoe store. Rounding out the cast are Studio 60‘s Nate Corddry (playing Harry’s first, unsolicited hire), American Dreamsgirl Brittany Snow (as Harry’s assistant, Jenna), and newcomer Aml Ameen (as the firm’s first new client).
Does Harry’s Law uphold Kelley’s quirky mantle? Here’s six things to know going in. READ MORE