Michael Zegen has been associated with numerous popular TV shows in recent years, including FXís former program Rescue Me, AMCís The Walking Dead, and HBOís Boardwalk Empire. Now, heís signing on for a comedy-oriented gig on another HBO program, Girls.
If youíre looking for the cast of Rescue Me, you might want to check USA. Callie Thorne (Sheila) plays the starring role in the cable channelís Necessary Roughness, meanwhile Jack McGee (Chief Reilly) can be seen in the networkís upcoming cop series Common Law, and Steven Pasquale (Sean) has a starring role in USAís drama pilot Over/Under. Now it looks like Daniel Sunjata, who played Franco in Rescue Me could be headed to USA, assuming things go well for Jeff Eastinís pilot.
Although they are saying goodbye to their hit show Rescue Me after seven seasons, Denis Leary and Peter Tolan were hardly sad during their TCA press conference. It was a classic performance from the duo taken to new heights Ė or rather depths. Leary dropped his usual F-bombs, but Tolan dropped trou. The duo attempted to perk up the exhausted press after their long run of TCA panels Ė rather effectively.
Thereís a new episode of Rescue Me set to air on FX tonight. In case youíre on the fence about tuning in, we have an amusing clip for you to check out. Itís moments like these that make me wish for more Maura Tierney appearances on the show.
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FXís emotional roller coaster of a drama series Rescue Me returns for its seventh and final season this week. Rescue Me is a series of laughter, tears, tragedies, triumphs, disasters and emotional outbursts. Season 7 offers all of these things to its devoted fans in this final chapter.
With the seventh and final season of Rescue Me set to premiere next month, I think it may be time to revisit Season 6 and make sure Iím all caught up and ready for whatever Season 7 has in store for us. For those of you already caught up and itching for the new season to begin, we have FXís latest Rescue Me promo and some photos from the premiere episode.
Rescue Me is coming to an end this year, but Dennis Leary is already making plans to continue his TV producing career. The comedian and star/co-creator of FX's bold firefighter drama has signed to develop USA's Sirens.
Summer 2011 marks the end for Rescue Me and the beginning of FXís upcoming series Wilfred. Thereís also the return of Louie to look forward to! We have the premiere dates and a teaser for Rescue Meís final season for you to check out ahead!
With Rescue Me airing its final season later this year, that puts Steven Pasquale on the market for a new series and word is, heís been tapped to star in a USA pilot called Over/Under.
Rescue Me is a show that digs deep into the hardships of a job thatís not only physically grueling but also emotionally brutal for some and I expect the same could be said of cancer. If thereís any show out there that can handle the subject, itís this one.
Colleen seemed to be helping herself to as much alcohol as possible, so hopefully it wonít take seeing her falling hard to get Tommy in line. If he is serious about making a comeback in all aspects of his life, the effort needs to be all or nothing.
Although he ended his night not as optimistic as he was during the day, he has realized his flaws and has basically sent out the loudest cry for help he has ever given. So Iím raising a glass to cheer Tommy
There are major story lines being developed this season, building up to the series finale, which also means that the groundwork from season 1 is coming back. Every element of this episode was perfect. This is definitely one of the strongest season premieres for Rescue Me.
After viewing the first few episodes of the new season, it seems the cycle of attempted sobriety and the challenge of balancing some kind of family life with a life-threatening career will continue as the show moves further along.