Cheers to Nurse Jackie for recuperating from its creative ills in Season 4.
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After spending much of its past two seasons repeating itself, Showtime's hospital dramedy has shown vital new signs of life. Jackie's cleaned up its act by sending Edie Falco's drug-addicted caregiver into rehab and forcing her to face the consequences of her actions, including her affair with Eddie (Paul Schulze). Husband Kevin (Dominic Fumusa) kicked her out and is now threatening to take away her daughters — and we don't blame him.
After giving her husband the boot, Jackie is going to need a little help from her friends in the fourth season of Showtime's hit drama Nurse Jackie — and that is exactly what she'll get based on the new key art for the series returning Sunday, April 8 at 9/8c.
This season, Jackie (Edie Falco) will finally confront her addiction, but she'll be further tested by...
To many, Dan Lauria will always be Kevin Arnold's stern dad, Jack, on The Wonder Years. In recent years, he's appeared on How I Met Your Mother and Criminal Minds and played Vince Lombardi on Broadway. And the actor, 64, once again displays his range when he guest-stars on Wednesday's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
In the episode, "Personal Fouls," Lauria plays a longtime coach accused of...
New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony will play himself in a guest star-heavy episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Anthony and fellow NBA star Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat will each make cameo appearances in the opening scene and the episode's climax. The episode, titled "Personal Fouls," focuses on a youth basketball coach (The Wonder Years' Dan Lauria) who is suspected of being a sexual predator.
Also appearing in the episode is True Blood and Necessary Roughness star Mehcad Brooks, who plays...
Sesame Street's upcoming 42nd season promises a gaggle of celebrity guests who'll frolic with children and puppets — as well as some skits based on pop-culture references.
Speaking of those, Glee (in a skit called "G"), Deadliest Catch ("The Heaviest Catch"), the Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark ("SpiderMonster the Musical") and cooking competitions...