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Edie Falco's Best Roles From The Sopranos to Will & Grace and Beyond

Edie Falco has two Golden Globes and four Emmys, not that anyone's counting. Falco is making her return to TV in Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders, premiering Tuesday, Sept. 26...   ...Read More... //

Nurse Jackie trades in her scrubs for a power suit

Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders Tuesday, 10 p.m., NBC Law & Order franchise impresario Dick Wolf launches his true crime series, delving into the infamous 1989 double murders committed by the Menendez brothers, who were convicted of killing their parents and are serving life sentences without parole. The eight-week series stars Edie...   ...Read More... //

Is Nurse Jackie dead? New Homeland star has a theory

Homeland Sunday, 9 p.m., Showtime Dominic Fumusa knows a thing or two about dealing with strong-willed women. As bartender Kevin Peyton, the long-suffering husband of Jackie Peyton (Edie Falco) on Showtimes Nurse Jackie, he grappled with a full-blown drug addict who was also the mother of his children. This season on Homeland, Fumusa is playing... ...Read More... //

'Nurse Jackie' Alum Boards USA's 'The Wilding'

Dominic Fumusa, Antonio Jaramillo and Nadia Alexander have boarded the drama from Tim Kring.   Read More... //

Edie Falco Set For Biopic Megan Leavey

EXCLUSIVE: Edie Falco is set to co-star opposite Kate Mara ( The Martian , Fantastic Four ) in the indie biopic Megan Leavey for director Gabriela Cowperthwaite ( Blackfish ). The heart-tugging film is about real-life hero Megan Leavey and her military combat dog Rex who saved countless lives searching for roadside bombs during two tours in Iraq from 2004 to 2006. Falco will play the role of Jackie Leavey, Megan's mother. Megan Leavey and her bomb-sniffing dog formed a...   Read More... //

The Walking Dead: Exclusive First Photos and Intel on New Characters (Including Merritt Wever as Denise) -

The town of Alexandria on The Walking Dead is about to get a little bit bigger, and we have some new intel and photos on some of the characters we’ll be meeting for the first time when the show returns for season 6 on Oct. 11, including those played by newcomers Ethan Embry and Merritt Wever . Wever, who won an Emmy playing nurse Zoe Barkow on Nurse Jackie , now gets a promotion to full-blown doctor. We can reveal she will be playing Dr. Denise Cloyd, a character from The Walking Dead comic, and you can see the first photo of Wever as Denise above. But that’s not the only scoop we have for you. Embry (seen most recently on Netflix’s Grace and Frankie ) is also joining the cast, and in addition to the exclusive first photo of him above, we can also reveal that he is playing the role of Carter. Scott Gimple says Carter serves as a composite of different people from the original comic. "Ethan plays a combo of a few characters that we actually haven’t hit yet or weren’t able to hit in other characters," says Gimple. In addition to these two newbies, we’ll also be meeting another Alexandrian in season 6. It’s already been announced that Corey Hawkins ( Straight Outta Compton ) will be playing a character named Heath from the comic who is a supply-runner for the town (and one who becomes romantically linked to Denise in the original source material), but we’ve got an exclusive new photo for you above. Read the full article at .

'Nurse Jackie' Showrunner on Dark Ending: It's 'Authentic and Controversial'

Clyde Phillips also shares his vision of what possibly happens to Edie Falco's Jackie Peyton after the series finale.   Read More... //

Merritt Wever on the Nurse Jackie Series Finale and Zoeys Final Line

Im glad that its not my responsibility to figure out what happens after the lights go out, said Ms. Wever, a co-star of the Showtime series.   Read More... //

'Nurse Jackie' Series Finale: Clyde Phillips Shares the Story Behind Jackie's Ultimate Fate

The showrunner talks with THR about the surprising ending of the Showtime dramedy and the message he hopes the series sends about addiction.   Read More... //

Edie Falco: The 'Nurse Jackie' Exit Interview

EW talked to the departing star of the beloved Showtime comedy on what she'll miss most, and what's coming up for her...   Read More... //