Weeds, Showtime’s ground-breaking TV series starring Mary Louise-Parker as a pot-dealing soccer mom, will end next year after its eighth season, the cable network announced today. Series creator Jenji Kohan said that she is "sad" to see the show end but remains proud of the work.
Robert Schwentke's (of Lie to Me and The Time Traveler's Wife fame) latest movie, Red, is the retiree's Ocean's 11. Complete with satirical humor, a complex conspiracy, a life-threatening job that requires warehouses full of ammunition and explosives, a revolving door of bad guys and a series of cute little “ a-ha” moments, it also includes a charismatic team of anti-heros: the poised, proper Helen Mirren (who adds a layer of dry, if obvious, humor with her "classy assassin" style) and the Murdock-like John Malkovich, whose total rip-off of the A-Team nut job can be overlooked due to an inspired interpretation that resembles an homage, as well as excellent comedic timing.
After six seasons of frantically and creatively finding courses of survival for her family, Nancy Botwin (Mary Louise Parker) is back for a seventh season of mayhem in Showtime's sleeper smash, Weeds.
In the pilot episode of Showtime’s Weeds, we met Nancy Botwin, a Southern California widow played by Mary-Louise Parker who sells marijuana to maintain her family’s affluent suburban lifestyle.
Bristol Palin's upcoming role in ABC Family's Secret Life of an American Teenager made us think about all those single moms out there making it work for the good of their kids. So we decided to pay homage to all the celebrity single mamas out there – not only do they have to raise their kids solo – they are doing it with grace in the harsh spotlight.