Therapist Dani Santino (Callie Thorne) lands a job with a local football team in the premiere of this drama following the feisty divorcée as she counsels high-profile clients and struggles to maintain a balance between work and family.
There are lots of things to like about USA's new original series Necessary Roughness but at the top of my list is seeing Callie Thorne playing a character that isn't a nutcase. After her stint on Rescue Me and her guest spots on Burn Notice , I know that more
USA knows how to make a hit TV show. The formula is simple: Take a
working professional with a complicated personal life and give them a
new gig. That is in full effect with the network's newest series, Necessary Roughness (premiering Wednesday at 10p more
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If ever there were a TV character in need of therapy, it's Rescue Me 's Sheila Keefe, a bipolar widow who has an affair with the cousin of her husband who died during 9/11.
So it's a little funny that Callie Thorne, who's brilliantly embodied Sheila fo more
Watch out, leading men of USA Network. Callie Thorne is coming through.Thorne stars as psychotherapist Dr. Danielle Santino in USA's new summer series "Necessary Roughness," premiering Wednesday, June 29. Dr. Dani's life unravels after she more
The pilot for 'Necessary Roughness' (10PM ET Wednesday, USA), a sports-oriented light drama led by the redoubtable Callie Thorne, is far from a chore. Even though the show's first episode is 75 minutes long with commercials, the pilot doesn't feel padded. more
Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of NECESSARY ROUGHNESS “Pilot” Episode 1 which airs Wednesday June 29 at 10 pm on USA. Episode Synopsis: NECESSARY ROUGHNESS “Pilot” Episode 1 “Necessary Roughness” centers on Dr. more
NECESSARY ROUGHNESS “Pilot” Episode 1 – Dani is a woman whose life is perfect. Perfect house . Perfect husband. Perfect kids. Perfect job. It really couldn’t get more perfect. That is, until it all goes to hell and a handbasket. She figures out more
When the Lakers won the NBA championship last year, famously unstable forward Ron Artest (or The Artist Soon To Be Known As Metta World Peace) made headlines when, in a post-game interview, he thanked his psychiatrist, who "really helped me relax a lot." more