Michael Imperioli will soon play ball on USA.
The former Sopranos star - who recently appeared on a Girls episode and still anchors those awful tequila commercials - will guest star on the summer finale of Necessary Roughness , Entertainment Weekly rep more
"Necessary Roughness" returned for Season 2 a couple weeks ago to USA with T.K. trying to deal with his shooting that ended Season 1, and Dani and Matt trying to hide their relationship from the rest of the New York Hawks personnel.In this exclusive previ more
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Jun 14, 2012 12:12PM EDT
The Season 2 premiere of Necessary Roughness presented Dr. Dani ( Callie Thorne ) with a whole new problem: He ex ( Craig Bierko ) had left her saddled with $80,000 in back taxes.
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Necessary Roughness “To Swerve and Protect” Season 2 Episode 2 airs Wednesday June 13 2012 at 10 pm on USA. Episode Synopsis: A Roller Derby star needs Dani to sniff out the cause of her mysterious collapse. Meanwhile, Ray Jay tries to figure out how more
After a season of progress under the care of Dani, TK faced a major setback in last season's finale of " Necessary Roughness " (Wed., 10 p.m. ET on USA). In fact, he faced an assassin's bullet. But did anyone really think he would die? That mystery was so more
Necessary Roughness is coming back! New stories of psychotherapy overcoming the angst and issues inherent to the sporting world will soon be on our TV screens. Before Necessary Roughness season 2 begins, check out this video for a look backward to season more
We recently had the opportunity to visit the Necessary Roughness set in Atlanta, where we talked to series star Callie Thorne. Check out this interview to find out what she has to say about Necessary Roughness season 2.
Necessary Roughness Season 2 Premiere “Shrink or Swim” airs Wednesday June 6th 2012 at 10 pm on USA. Episode Synopsis: AIt’s a whole new preseason as Dr. Dani and the Hawks hit the ground running…smack into more crises. As for Dani and Matt, they’re more