Today in news: Bobby Cannavale is joining Nurse Jackie basically full-time, In Plain Sight gets the axe, and Benjamin Bratt is coming back to visit the Pritchett-Dunphy clan.
Huh, wonder how Kurt Sutter will react to this?
Looks like Law & Order: Criminal Intent has officially come to an end.
Crazypants is officially coming back to TV.
Kurt Sutter may not like it, but yesterday he created a small media firestorm by tweeting some seemingly critical comments about Matthew Weiner's ongoing negotiations with AMC on the same day that he'd be subjected to the press at FX's upfront presentation. I talked to the Sons of Anarchy creator at the party last night, and though he was typically tight-lipped about SOA spoilers, he certainly had something more to say about Matt Weiner's Mad Men situation. Read on for my brief conversation with the world's most entertaining showrunner.
At first glance, Katey Sagal may not seem like the most obvious choice to play a tough as nails biker chick (for my money, that honor goes to Nip/Tuck's Jessalyn Gilsig -- she's scary as hell!), but starting tonight she's doing just that on FX's Sons of Anarchy. Sagal plays Gemma, the matriarch of a Hell's Angels-esque California biker gang, trying to keep the gang together, her son on the right track to future head hooligan, and her husband focused and out of a war with the Mexicans. You know, family stuff! We recently called in to a little conference call with Katey and got a few tidbits on why she's biking around and running guns on TV these days.