Thursday, April 28, 2011

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Nurse Jackie TV rating for Monday April 25.2011


Nurse Jackie episode 5 "Rat Falls"
- 0.650 million viewers
- 0.4/1 HH
- 0.2/1 A18-49

Well we are almost half thru the season folks.And here are monday night  rating for Nurse Jackie.Appears viewers numbers are up which are is good.But the 18 to 49 range still the same.Please remember to subcribe and download our podcast.Calling All Saints - Nurse Jackie Fancast

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Sucked In

Peter Facinelli on a 'whole different' Coop on Nurse Jackie

Peter Facinelli sounded a little exhausted when EW chatted with him on the phone last week — as he well should be. The actor has been flying to and from the set of Breaking Dawn in Vancouver, where the cast is filming “second unit” scenes (like stunts). What gives him an energy boost? Talking about what’s next for Coop on Showtime’s Nurse Jackie, following a big, life-changing moment for the doc on tonight’s episode. He explains (Spoilers ahead)

Entertainment Weekly: So I hear something big is coming up for Coop this week. What can you tell us? 
PETER FACINELLI: A bomb gets exploded in Coop’s life. He finds out that his two moms — who are basically his whole world — are getting a divorce. He gets blindsided by it, because he doesn’t see it coming at all. You know, Coop doesn’t take it well, and it spirals into a depression. It’s kind of sad for me to play that because Coop’s so energetic and hyper all the time. To have to play him in a funk it kind of sad.
- Sandra Gonzalez

Nurse Jackie Review: "Rat Falls"

So here's my question: does someone like Bill, the drug dealer who claims to help clients by ensuring they hit rock bottom, actually exist in the real world?
If so, I'll consider Jackie's reaching out to him on "Rat Falls" an interesting development. If not, such a character is a rather lame plot device that signals what desperate shapeNurse Jackie is in as it tries to mix things up.
Even with Jackie scoring a new stash with Bill, though, the episode lacked any progress or cliffhanger. Bill claims people go to him when rehab and other attempts at getting clean fail.
But Jackie has no interest in getting clean. She just needs more pills. Bill may act strange and his profession may be shady, but the show hasn't given me any reason to believe he'll play any kind of role in Jackie's future aside from someone who feeds her habit






'Nurse Jackie' star Peter Facinelli on lesbian divorce, Season 4 and life after 'Twilight'


As Dr. Fitch Cooper on Showtime's "Nurse Jackie," Peter Facinelli does not have an easy road.
Despite his character's best efforts, he remains an outsider at All Saints' Hospital -- most recently thanks to his indiscretion with co-worker Sam's (Arjun Gupta) girlfriend and the resulting broken nose he's forced to wear like a scarlet letter.
So in the interest of kicking a man while he's down, the April 25 episode breaks the unsettling news that Coop's two mothers are getting a divorce. Bad news for him, but good news for everyone else, as they're played by guest actresses Swoosie Kurtz and Judith Light.
"He's been kind of knocked off of his horse... he's at a low point in his life," Facinelli tells Zap2it. "For him, the arc this season is that he needs to grow up a little bit. So in pure Coop fashion, he decides to grow up in all the wrong ways






Sunday, April 24, 2011

Bit of a Pickle: Merritt Wever

New "Nurse Jackie" tomorrow night at 10pm on Showtime


To all Nurse Jackie fans there a new episode of our favorite show tomorrow night at 10pm.You can only find Nurse Jackie on Showtime.Episode 5 Called "Rat Falls". Jackie is on edge after realizing the stash of pills she stole from Bill the epileptic drug dealer is quickly dwindling. With a head of steam, Jackie confronts Eddie about his recent text exchanges with Kevin's younger sister, Tunie. Eddie maintains that it's completely innocent, while making the point that Jackie has no leg to stand on. Coop remains determined to battle O'Hara for the ER Chief title, but suffers a huge emotional blow when his mothers announce they're divorcing. Lou, the down-on-his-luck salesman, returns to the ER much worse for the wear. Akalitus enlists Jackie and Thor to help her ferry the Virgin Mary statue to Eddie's storage room, where it will be safe from repossession during the Catholic Church's impending de-consecration. Later, Jackie and O'Hara spar over whether to confront a belligerent mother who's making false claims about her daughter's need for treatment in order to stay on public assistance. At the end of a long, grueling day Jackie hits a new low when she makes her first illicit drug transaction with Bill. 

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Fancast is still alive

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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Getting a Divorce

Sorry no ratings post yet

Just want to say sorry about not posting rating for this episode of Nurse Jackie "Play Me".Let's all hope they are up this week.When I find them I will post them.If anyone know what they are feel free to past them to me.I would greatly appreciate the information.I with give you credit for it.Our New episode of Calling All Saints - Nurse Jackie Fancast will be up soon.Sorry for the delay

Here is next week's new episode of Nurse Jackie "Rat Falls"

Airs on  April 25 2011 on Showtime
Jackie is on edge after realizing the stash of pills she stole from Bill the epileptic drug dealer is quickly dwindling. With a head of steam, Jackie confronts Eddie about his recent text exchanges with Kevin's younger sister, Tunie. Eddie maintains that it's completely innocent, while making the point that Jackie has no leg to stand on. Coop remains determined to battle O'Hara for the ER Chief title, but suffers a huge emotional blow when his mothers announce they're divorcing. Lou, the down-on-his-luck salesman, returns to the ER much worse for the wear. Akalitus enlists Jackie and Thor to help her ferry the Virgin Mary statue to Eddie's storage room, where it will be safe from repossession during the Catholic Church's impending de-consecration. Later, Jackie and O'Hara spar over whether to confront a belligerent mother who's making false claims about her daughter's need for treatment in order to stay on public assistance. At the end of a long, grueling day Jackie hits a new low when she makes her first illicit drug transaction with Bill.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Nurse Jackie Episode 3.4 Review: Jackie Sinks Deeper, While Akalitus Rocks

You know you’ve hit rock bottom when you start hiding drugs in the laundry or raiding a group of nuns for your lost stash. Nurse Jackie sunk to a different kind of low in “Mitten.” Once again, she’s hidden drugs in a place where it could have been easily accessible to her children. This time the drugs were mixed up in a good will box with her daughter’s baptismal clothes. You can’t really call it an “all-new” low. After all, Jackie Peyton’s (Edie Falco) slapped food out of her child’s hand because it had drugs in it; she’s also kept a secret romance at work and a secret husband at home.
It’s good to see Jackie and O’Hara (Eve Best) playing nice again. The fiery-eyed beef between the two was great to see for a few episodes, but the humor wins »





Nurse Jackie Review: The Same Old Story...

Is it bad that I was hoping Kevin actually had left his family this week, as Nurse Jackie briefly teased?
I don't want Grace and Fiona to be without their father, but at least such a major development would have made "Mittens" remotely relevant. Instead, we were treated to another episode that just felt like the show spinning its drug-addicted wheels.
Ever since we met Jackie Peyton, she's hidden a drug habit from those around her. And if you stop to think about it, has anything really changed since the series premiere?
It appeared as though Kevin and O'Hara's intervention would be a significant step to conclude season two, but any trace of suspense regarding Jackie and her relationship with her husband and her Bff has pretty much disappeared.
Jackie and O'Hara are officially fine again now; and Kevin may have a few suspicions, and he may be taking advantage »

Monday, April 18, 2011

New "Nurse Jackie" Tonight at 10pm

Just wanted to remind all fans that there is a new Nurse Jackie on tonight.Tonight episode is called "Mitten"below is plot.You might want to avoid if you don't like any spoilers.

Mitten
Jackie's back in the swing of things, having re-hidden her stash of pills in the basement and mended fences with O'Hara. Zoey's working her first double and Jackie worries about her burning out. Lou, an out-of-work salesman, comes into the hospital and wins everyone over. O'Hara accepts the title of ER chief, which sparks a competitive streak in Coop. Kevin invites Eddie to a backyard barbecue to celebrate his new job. When Jackie gets home, she sees empty closets and drawers and panics-did Kevin leave her? She finds out he went to an Al-Anon meeting and the drawers are emptied because of a clothing drive at the school. Jackie asks Kevin to walk to the parish with her; she thinks they mistakenly gave away some sentimental items. She digs through the box of Grace's baby clothes to find what she was looking for-tiny mittens with bags of pills stashed inside.

Nurse Jackie: What's Up with Tunie?

Jackie Peyton seemingly had avoided the collateral damage that could have resulted from last season’s forced intervention by Kevin and Dr. O’Hara. Though she had a fight with her husband over responsibility and her best friend is too exasperated to speak with her, she still has her job, her kids, and her relationship with co-worker Eddie, so all is not lost in the world of Nurse Jackie.
Which is why the presence of Kev’s sister Tunie, previously unseen and[...]







Sunday, April 17, 2011

Nurse Jackie's Thor Talks Marrying Boyfriend, Singing on Show

Stephen Wallem
Nurse Jackie star Stephen Wallem and his boyfriend have been together for a couple of years now, so is it any surprise that they want to get married? No, but... Wallem and actor and theater professor Tony Humrichouser live in New York City. Gay marriage still isn't legal in the Empire State. "I imagine we'll be in New York for as long as I could imagine, so I think the second it becomes legal, we will," Wallem, who plays Thor on the hit Showtime series, told me earlier this week at the GLAAD Media Awards. "It's ridiculous that it hasn't, but slowly yet surely it's happening. It's about time." Wallem and Humrichouser, just celebrated their two-year »





Saturday, April 16, 2011

Dance-Off

Chief of the E.R.

Does Nurse Jackie ever face the music.Looking for fan feedback.

can jackie handle change?
Was wondering if anyone think last week episode of Nurse Jackie was a change for the series?The critics of show say there is no change on the show.That ever time Jackie is face with a change she come up with more problems.If any one out there feel different how about let us know.We are always looking to hear from other fans out there.We would like to use fans thought for next week show. You can email us if you like at callingallsaints@gmail.com.Be safe everyone and have a good weekend.Be sure to check in for next week podcast.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Nurse Jackie TV rating for epsode 3 "Play Me" 4/11/2011

Would appear ratings were up just a little it would seem.Let's keep our fingers crossed and hope that it continues.As a friendly reminder our new episode of  "Calling All Saints - Nurse Jackie Fancast" episode 3 is available for downloading.Thanks to all those who download past episodes.
Nurse Jackie  4/11/11
Episode "Play Me"
- 0.574 million viewers
- 0.3/1 HH
- 0.2/1 A18-49
Nurse Jackie 4/4/11
Episode "Enough Rope"
- 0.490 million viewers
- 0.3/0 HH
- 0.2/0 A18-49

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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Next Week On Nurse Jackie Episode 4 "Mitten"

Air Date—18 April 2011
Jackie's back in the swing of things, having re-hidden her stash of pills in the basement and mended fences with O'Hara. Zoey's working her first double and Jackie worries about her burning out. Lou, an out-of-work salesman, comes into the hospital and wins everyone over. O'Hara accepts the title of ER chief, which sparks a competitive streak in Coop. Kevin invites Eddie to a backyard barbecue to celebrate his new job. When Jackie gets home, she sees empty closets and drawers and panics-did Kevin leave her? She finds out he went to an Al-Anon meeting and the drawers are emptied because of a clothing drive at the school. Jackie asks Kevin to walk to the parish with her; she thinks they mistakenly gave away some sentimental items. She digs through the box of Grace's baby clothes to find what she was looking for-tiny mittens with bags of pills stashed inside.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Calling All Saints - Nurse Jackie Fancast episode 3 coming soon

Ep 3 coming soon
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Nurse Jackie Review: "Play Me"

As played by Jaimie Alexander, the debut of Kevin's sister on "Play Me" came across like a breath of fresh, entertaining, care-free air. Everyone immediately surrounding Edie Falco's title character is just so serious these days - Eddie, O'Hara, Kevin - that it was fun to see someone refer to interventions as "rude."

I'm getting the most enjoyment on season three overall from everyone not named Jackie. It's just too much of the same with her: lying, denying, using. Are there people like this in real life? Absolutely. But that doesn't mean it's a hoot to watch.
Fortunately, Coop and Zoey are a source of non-stop laughter.
Granted, their scenes feel unrelated anything else on the show these days, coming across like a blatant humor break from the seriousness of Jackie's situation. But who cares? I still find them funny.
Who didn't crack up.
To se full article at TVfanatic

'Nurse Jackie' recap: God, The Devil & Zoey





Kevin's hot sister is pretty annoying but we'll see how that goes. She'll be staying with the Peytons for a few weeks, so I guess most of this season? She's a trainwreck, and possibly will be dating Eddie. Nothing else of note is really happening with home life this week.


What is going on, though, is: Everything is super weird. If this were the new tone of the show I think that would be a great move, because this episode managed to be both funnier and more acidic than usual, while still maintaining a sort of grace that generally doesn't happen on this show. And lots and lots of weirdness. Like, God steals a piano off the street and hauls it into All Saints so that he can counsel Zoey about her Lenny love life... While playing the piano. That kind of thing. Sort of a Northern Exposure cuteness to everything. Akalitus getting into it with this priest who is going to be removing all the statues from the chapel, because it turns out the chapel hasn't been consecrated since the '70s, which seems like a major thematic move for this show, is treated about equally lightly as the guy with a shishkebab skewer through his face, or Thor taking over Coop's fantasy football team.

One of the more enjoyable episodes, I would say, of the series. Which is funny because there weren't really any jokes or anything, just this pervading sense of lightness in a show usually quite happy to simmer in its own filth. And what's weirdest is that it was written by Linda Wallem, who is one of the creators of the show, so the intent behind all this is even stranger and harder to pin down. Here's hoping some of this magic sticks around.
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Monday, April 11, 2011

'Nurse Jackie' exec proud of gay characters

Liz Brixius exec producer on Nurse Jackie
The executive producer of Nurse Jackie has revealed that she is pleased with the gay characters on the show. Speaking to TV Guide at the GLAAD Awards, Liz Brixius explained that she is happy that the characters' sexuality is not a big issue in the series. "It doesn't feel like we're soldiers for anything anymore," she said. "We're just here telling stories that incorporate gay people in organic ways, and that's all I ever wanted. "I didn't want to break ground, I just wanted to be able to coexist with the rest of the world. And a show like this and a group like GLAAD allows (more)







Last Week Nurse Jackie TV Rating

Mondays @ 10 pm only on Showtime
Nurse Jackie TV rating for for last week episode "Enough Rope"
0.490 million viewers
0.3/0 HH
0.2/0 Age 18 to 49 range
Rating is a bit down from last week 0.611 million viewers.
Let's hope our favorite nurse is not losing her magic touch.Remember new episode Monday April 11 at 10 pm episode 3 "Play Me" Please also remember to join us for  episode 3 of "Call All Saints - Nurse Jackie Fancast" where we will recap Mondays episode 3 of Nurse Jackie. If you have any thoughts you which to share about the show email us at callingallsaints@gmail.com

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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Article from WSBT.com



Doctors talk about recent scenarios involving addiction, a curious kid and a book-crushing victim.

The Unreal World
April 11, 2011
The premise          

Nurse Jackie Peyton (
Edie Falco) is having trouble managing her growing addiction to painkillers. Nevertheless, she continues to snort an opiate in the supply room and pop pills in the bathroom during shifts at the hospital. Jackie works in the busy emergency room, where she helps take care of a boy who wedged a dentalmirror up his nose because he was trying to see his brain. Later, another young man is brought in after being found crushed under 2 tons of books (he and his father were part of a moving team that were clearing a library that was closing). By the time his father discovered him, his son was going into shock, with toxins being released into his bloodstream. In the hospital he goes into kidney failure, respiratory failure and then cardiac arrest. He cannot be saved. The father grieves and blames himself.
The medical questions
Do addictions to painkillers worsen with time, requiring larger doses and different kinds of medications? What are the potential complications from an object wedged into the nasal passage? How does being trapped under a heavy pile of books lead to organ failure and death?

The reality

Addictions to opioid painkillers, such as morphine and Percocet (Jackie's main drug), do get worse over time, says Jim Adams, associate professor of pharmacology at USC. As the addict builds up tolerance, he or she must take larger doses to get the same euphoria, or "brain reward," a process involving the neurotransmitter dopamine. The brain's own opioids — endorphins and enkephalins — shut down, making the addict more dependent on a drug-delivered "fix." Addicts frequently combine their opioids with other drugs and with alcohol, says Dr. Ben Honigman, chair of emergency medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora.

Foreign objects wedged in the nose can cause significant bleeding, infections, pain and possibly penetrate the maxillary sinus, Honigman says. If the hard object goes far enough, it can pass through the base of the skull and into the lower brain compartments, producing neurological deficits. Young children commonly stick beads, beans, erasers, even batteries up their noses and then are embarrassed to tell their parents, adds Dr. MarkMorocco, assistant professor of emergency medicine at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine. The leak of caustic chemicals from batteries can cause significant inflammation.

People who are trapped under something very heavy for more than a few minutes can become victims of "crush syndrome," in which muscle cells are squeezed hard enough to cut off their blood supply, Morocco says. Muscle enzymes, electrolytes and acid are released into the blood, leading to kidney failure, heart arrhythmias and possibly death. The direct pressure of the books may also damage the heart and lungs and lead to significant bleeding, Honigman adds. Aggressive treatment with intravenous fluids and dialysis in an intensive care unit may sometimes save these gravely ill patients.

Siegel is an associate professor of medicine and medical director of Doctor Radio at New York UniversityLangone Medical Center.

Full article at  http://www.wsbt.com/health/la-he-unreal-nurse-jackie-20110411,0,4829002.column   



Friday, April 8, 2011

Season 3, Episode 3: Play Me

Jamie Alexander as Kevin's sister Tunie
Original Air Date—11 April 2011
Much to Jackie's surprise, Kevin's younger sister, Tunie, shows up in the girls' bedroom, freshly hungover and tragically heartbroken after being dumped by her pilot boyfriend. On their way to work, Jackie tells Eddie she thinks Kevin installed Tunie to monitor her in the wake of his intervention. Lenny prepares Zoey a romantic picnic lunch only to crack her tooth when she bites into a sandwich where he's hidden his house key. Zoey talks things over with God, who's set up a makeshift piano bar in the ambulance bay. At the hospital, a Jewish Orthodox husband fights with his in-laws to have his critically injured wife moved to Beth Israel for a necessary operation. Later, bedlam ensues in the ER when two street meat vendors are brought in after a comically brutal turf war.
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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Key in my Sandwich

Aunt Tunie

Nurse Jackie Season Three Interview: Eve Best

Eve Best
Up fourth and final is Eve Best, who plays British doctor and Jackie's best friend Eleanor O'Hara, whose droll humor and disdain for stupidity is matched only by her respect and affection for Jackie herself.
How does Nurse Jackie get back into the business of popping pills?  
Eve Best - There’s a lot of burring that goes on.  It’s very good that it’s quite like real life that it’s not the Disney World version where everyone has a huge fight, and says exactly what they think of one another.  And actually it doesn’t happen at all and, like Dominic said, it goes back to business. With a lot of extracurricular subtext going on and it’s good to really have this happen.  Never have that confrontation, and everything gets buried as everyone walks around with this huge Kryptonite on their chest, as everyone does.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Nurse Jackie Season Three Interview: Dominic Fumusa

Dominic Fumusa

Emmy-winning personal drama Nurse Jackie's third season is already underway, but you don't have to wait until next week to get your next prescription fix!
Ugo recently had a chance to sit down with the stars of the series to get a detailed look into what's to come for All Saint's Hospital in season three, and what life is like behind the cameras.
Up third is Dominic Fumusa, who plays Jackie's husband Kevin Peyton, who owns a bar and begins more aggressively questioning his wife about her drug use in the coming season
Check it out below, read our chat with fellow stars Merritt Wever and Stephen Wallem, and don't forget to check back tomorrow for the next interview!
How does Nurse Jackie get back into the business of popping pills?
Dominic Fumusa – Well, the pill stuff never stopped.  She’s got stashes everywhere.  Her sources change in season three.                                                                                                            See full article at UGO TV »



Tuesday, April 5, 2011

"Nurse Jackie" Episode 3 Play Me (2011)

"Nurse Jackie" Episode 3 Play Me Air Date—11 April 2011
Much to Jackie's surprise, Kevin's younger sister, Tunie, shows up in the girls' bedroom, freshly hungover and tragically heartbroken after being dumped by her pilot boyfriend. On their way to work, Jackie tells Eddie she thinks Kevin installed Tunie to monitor her in the wake of his intervention. Lenny prepares Zoey a romantic picnic lunch only to crack her tooth when she bites into a sandwich where he's hidden his house key. Zoey talks things over with God, who's set up a makeshift piano bar in the ambulance bay. At the hospital, a Jewish Orthodox husband fights with his in-laws to have his critically injured wife moved to Beth Israel for a necessary operation. Later, bedlam ensues in the ER when two street meat vendors are brought in after a comically brutal turf war.

NURSE JACKIE: Wow, talk about a comedown!

After riding high in the ratings for its first two seasons, Showtime’s black medical comedy came back down to earth with this week’s Season 3 premiere, down sharply from last year’s equivalent show.
Jackie scored a mere 0.2 18-49 share and 611,000 total viewers – whereas last year the show managed a 0.6 youth rating. So what happened? Did Showtime not promote the series enough? Were viewers frustrated by the season 2 cliff-hanger? My theory – Jackie’s double life has gone on a tad too long now and its time for husband Kevin to find out about Jackie’s affair with Eddie… Let the fireworks begin!
"Remote Patrolled" rating roundup for April 2

Nurse Jackie Review: "Enough Rope"

The latest episode of Nurse Jackie played right into my biggest pet peeve when it comes to medical shows: cases that directly reflect what a character is going through.
This was one of the main reasons why I stopped watching Grey's Anatomy, as it's just lazy to have a patient with a unique ailment come in and - what do you know?!? - his/her disease/struggle/diagnosis just happens to be a perfect complement to whatever life issue is affecting the professional treating him.
It's even a bit insulting. On "Enough Rope," for example, did we really need Jackie to go off about the Dnr dude and how some people just want to be left alone? Hey... wait! That's just how Jackie feels about Kevin and O'Hara butting into her life. Amazing!

Sarcasm aside, I was left with a similar feeling here as I had after the third season premiere.

- matt@mediavine.com (Matt Richenthal)

Nurse Jackie Season Three Interview: Stephen Wallem

Emmy-winning personal drama Nurse Jackie's third season is already underway, but you don't have to wait until next week to get your next prescription fix!
Ugo recently had a chance to sit down with the stars of the series to get a detailed look into what's to come for All Saint's Hospital in season three, and what life is like behind the cameras.
Up second is Stephen Wallem, who plays the aptly named Thor, friend and confidant to Edie Falco's Jackie Peyton, and is himself brother to series creator Linda Wallem
Check it out below, read our chat with fellow star Merritt Wever, and don't forget to check back tomorrow for the next interview!
Will we see Thor get a love interest at some point?
Stephen Wallem: Y’know, there might be a hint of it a little later on.  I of course, would welcome the writers







Monday, April 4, 2011

Boy! Am I Sorry!

Blindsided

Nurse Jackie titled " Enough Rope" Episode 2 airs tonight

Tonight Nurse Jackie is called "Enough Rope" airs April 4, 2011 Tonight at 10pm on Showtime.Below is the is the show plot.

"Nurse Jackie" Enough Rope (2011)

Eddie tells Jackie he can't keep lying to Kevin, whom he now considers a real friend. Akalitus announces that All Saints is vying for a visit from Michelle Obama and confides to Jackie that O'Hara is looking for work at another hospital. Coop tries to bury the hatchet with Sam. The rift between Jackie and O'Hara softens when Jackie tells her that she'll follow her to any hospital just to be near her. Kevin tells Jackie his buddy Eddie called and is out of a job and asks if she can put in a good word for him at All Saints.Written by Showtime Publicity

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Saturday, April 2, 2011

Nurse Jackie Season Three Interview: Merritt Wever

Merritt Wever as Zoey

Emmy-winning personal drama Nurse Jackie's third season is already underway, but you don't have to wait until next week to get your next prescription fix!
Ugo recently had a chance to sit down with the stars of the series to get a detailed look into what's to come for All Saint's Hospital in season three, and what life is like behind the cameras.
First up is Merritt Wever, who plays young nursing student Zoey Barkow, as she opens up about her own experiences preparing for the role, and where her character's new relationship might take her.
What’s in store for the new season?
Merritt Wever: Everything gets more complicated.  I’ve filmed and read through the whole season, but I’ve only seen and therefore have a refresher course in the first 6 episodes. 


Friday, April 1, 2011

‘Nurse Jackie’ Third Season Premiere: Review Revue


Edie Falco is Nurse Jackie
Ken Regan/Showtime Edie Falco as Jackie Peyton in the third season premiere of Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie.”
Nurse Jackie,” the Showtime series starring Edie Falco, returns for its third season tonight. Does it really feel that the show has been on that long? Memebers of the old “Sopranos” cast have popped up in various projects since the show ended its run on HBO, but Falco has arguably landed the most stable, highest-profile gig. Here’s what critics are saying »
                                                       - WSJ See full article at Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal