Paging Albert Brooks!
Oscar winners Holly Hunter and William Hurt, who starred with Brooks in the 1987 romantic comedy Broadcast News, are reuniting for Lifetime's Bonnie & Clyde miniseries, Deadline reports.
Hunter, 54, will star as...
Saving Grace's guardian angel is trading in his wings for something more villainous: Leon Rippy has been cast as a recurring nemesis on the upcoming fourth season of Leverage, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Rippy will pay a mysterious Warren Buffett-type named Mr. Latimer. As we previously reported, Latimer begins spying on Nate (Timothy Hutton) and the rest of his gang of thieves with selfish intentions. Once Latimer figures out the Leverage team's game, he begins lining his own pockets by taking advantage of the companies Nate's team brings down.
Rippy's character is expected to appear in at least five episodes...
At the beginning of Saving Grace's final season, Grace Hanadarko's secret is out.
TNT sets premiere date for Saving Grace's final season
For three seasons, the heavy-drinking and promiscuous Grace (Holly Hunter) has been under the watchful eye of her "last-chance" angel, Earl (Leon Rippy), who wants Grace to give her life over to God. After surviving a 12-story fall without a scratch in the Season 3 finale, Grace has her share of questions, including one she must ask herself: Does my life have a divine purpose?
Saving Grace's fourth and final season will kick off on March 29, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The new season will begin with back-to-back episodes, beginning at 9/8c. The following week, the show will settle back into its normal Mondays-at-10 timeslot.
Saving Grace to end next summer
The premiere date is a little earlier than the summer debut TNT indicated when the network announced the upcoming season would be its last. The season will be interrupted, however, by the NBA playoffs, which begin April 19...
There's no Saving Grace: Holly Hunter's cop drama will wrap up next summer after its third season, TNT announced.
The network had originally ordered ...