Marcia Gay Harden Replaces Rosemarie DeWitt on The Newsroom
Marcia Gay Harden
Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden is heading to The Newsroom to replace Rosemarie DeWitt, Entertainment Weekly reports.
DeWitt left the HBO drama last week after shooting a handful of episodes. HBO said DeWitt's early departure was because of scheduling conflicts. In her place, Harden steps into the recurring role of Rebecca Halliday, a litigator who defends News Night's network in a wrongful termination lawsuit. DeWitt's completed scenes will be reshot with Harden.
Rosemarie DeWitt exits The Newsroom
The role marks a reunion for Harden and Newsroom star Jeff Daniels, who shared the stage in the 2009 Broadway play God of Carnage. Harden won a Tony award for her performance.
Harden has recurred on Royal Pains, Damages and Law & Order: SVU, for which she'll reprise her role as FBI Agent Dana Lewis in the Feb. 6 episode of the NBC drama.
The Newsroom is set to return some time this summer. Are you excited to see Harden on The Newsroom?