Martha Stewart is going from the kitchen to the classroom in an upcoming episode of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Stewart will play a private school headmaster in an episode titled "Learning Curve," scheduled to air in April.
Also appearing in the episode is Arrested Development alum Tony Hale and Hung's Jane Adams. Hale will play Rick Simms, a teacher who is fired from his job after being accused of inappropriate behavior with a student. Adams will play Simm' former supervisor.
Hung's Thomas Jane has long maintained a "no gay sex" mandate for his male prostitute character, Ray Drecker, and "that maxim still stands," he says. But when a rival anything-goes gigolo (The Vampire Diaries' Stephen Amell) hones in on Ray's territory in Hung's third season (premiering on HBO in October), Ray inches closer to the forbidden LGBT zone. Mid-season, he'll bed down with a pre-op transgender receptionist named Kyla before contemplating a full same-sex encounter. Kyla is played by transgender actress Jamie Clayton, whose only previous TV experience was cohosting VH1's TRANSform Me.
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HBO's Hung has been renewed for a third season, the network announced on Wednesday.
The series, starring Jane Adams and Thomas Jane as a pimp and male prostitute struggling to make ends meet, has been picked up for...
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It's not easy being Ray Drecker these days. His new co-managers Tanya (Jane Adams) and Lenore (Rebecca Creskoff) are fighting over who is in charge of Ray's uh...career. His rekindled relationship with ex-wife Jessica (Anne Heche) is becoming more and more complicated as her marriage to Ronnie (Eddie Jemison) starts to crumble. And his kids are just messed up...
I think it's safe to say that tonight's show was a bit of a downer. If the unnecessary death of Lupe (Monique Gabriela Curnen), a young, economically depressed woman, doesn't convince you of that, then maybe the presence of Foreman's Alzheimer-stricken mother (Beverly Todd) will. Lupe entered the hospital exhibiting all sorts of worrisome symptoms that baffled the doctors. At Foreman's insistence they treated her to a dosage of full-body radiation to kill the suspected cancer. But only after destroying her auto-immune system did they realize that the source of her distress was an infection. Their treatment effectively killed her. So this time it was Foreman sitting at a dying patient's bedside. (Remember that Cameron is now emotionally unavailable for such things.) The situation provided for some fine moments from a wrecked Foreman who was already struggling with the effects of his visiting mother's dementia. Meanwhile, House struggled to identify the true nature of Wilson and Cudd...