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Of the TV shows that manage to reach pure greatness, however temporary, very few retain that level of quality throughout their entire runs. Here are 13 shows that should have come to a close well before they actually did, although some are very much still on the air.
Two of Weeds’ biggest actors are going to be appearing together on the small screen soon. Get the details here.
Chuck Lorre is developing a new sitcom that is sure to make people giggle for more than one reason.
Fans of Mary Louise Parker will be happy to know that she may be returning to TV. The Weeds star is confirmed to star in an NBC comedy pilot called Feed Me. The single-camera comedy comes from TV veterans Paul Junger Witt and Tony Thomas.
Actor Mary Louise Parker treated Reddit readers to a good old-fashioned "Ask me Anything" session. She shared some interesting tidbits about her starring role on Weeds, acting and her personal life, which involves being a mom, baking and an appreciation for dwarf goats and donkeys. We grabbed some of the most fascinating details from the AMA for your enjoyment.
Weeds, a Showtime original drama that offered numerous seasons of dark comedy and an insight into the business of pushing pot out into the universe, will hit Blu-ray in November. The series had its ups and downs over the years, but managed to end on a practically perfect note, and just in time for the holidays, Lionsgate Home Entertainment has plans to bring Weeds: The Complete Collection into homes.
TV offered plenty of amazing and memorable moments in 2012. Whether they were sad, funny, violent or just plain shocking, we had no trouble piling up a list of some of our favorite moments in television this year. And because we came up with so many, we've broken them down by category, staring with the demises of numerous notable characters and then moving into the other big TV moments from 2012.
If you’d like to get your hands on a copy of the final season, Weeds: Season Eight will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on February 12. Both Blu-ray and DVD copies of Weeds: Season Eight will come with a few basic extras, including audio commentaries, a gag reel (always nice with a comedy), and deleted scenes. Additionally, both sets will come with a couple of featurettes, including one that looks at the history of the marijuana pill that pops up during a plotline in the season.
There's just one episode left of Weeds before the one-hour series finale of the Showtime drama. And judging by the promo for "God Willing and the Creek Don't Rise," we're in for numerous blasts from the past. The 100th episode of the series looks like it'll be a good one, especially for fans of the show who've stuck with it since the beginning.
Weeds spoilers ahead! It's been a bumpy ride for Nancy Botwin and Guillermo Gomez, with each wanting the other dead or otherwise out of the picture at some point over the course of their working relationship on Weeds. With the Showtime series coming to an end, it looks like we may get some closure for their ongoing relationship before the show wraps up.
There wasn't a lot that I loved about the recent follow-up to the American Pie franchise American Reunion, but among the moments that drew a smile was the brief appearance of Natasha Lyonne, reprising her role as the knowledgable Jessica. The actress recently appeared in an episode of New Girl, and now it looks like we'll be seeing her in the final episode of Showtime's Weeds.
Sunday night was a big night for pay-cable. Not only did Showtime bring Weeds and Episodes back with new seasons, but HBO's The Newsroom premiered its second episode. Series premieres are big, the second episode probably tells us much more about the the direction the series might be taking as far as its ratings go, and unfortunately for The Newsroom, the news isn't great.
Weeds returned to Showtime last night for its eighth premiere, and those of us who've waited all year to find out who was lurking in the bushes (or "strolling woods" as it were) got our answer tonight. Did anyone guess correctly? I'd be surprised. And yet, I suppose we should have seen it coming. If you didn't see the episode, Showtime was kind enough to put the whole thing online. Watch it here!
In just under a week, Showtime will premiere the eighth season of Weeds. Now that we're closing in on the big return of the popular pot-focused drama series, we have some actual clips from the episode to share with you. But for those who want to go into this season not knowing anything about where things pick up, look no further as both of these videos reveal characters whose fate was left undetermined after the seventh season finale.
In anticipation of the approaching eighth and final season of Weeds, I've recently begun revisiting the earlier seasons. One of the great things about watching the start of the Showtime drama - besides remembering just how truly great the show was during its prime years when Nancy Botwin was a weed-peddling soccer mom in an upper middle class suburb - is getting to see the start of Silas and Shane as characters.