Even though Marvel’s first Netflix series is still a ways off, the lead for its second one has already been cast. READ FULL STORY
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At Comic-Con, it was revealed that Mary-Louise Parker is coming to The Blacklist‘s second season as recurring character Naomi Hyland, someone with some ties to Reddington. And now, there’s another woman joining the fun.
EW has confirmed that Krysten Ritter will guest star in The Blacklist‘s season-two opener. According to TV Fanatic, which first reported the news, she will play Rowan Mills, “a troubled analyst at a data security firm.” There’s no word yet on whether Ritter will appear in more than one episode.
If you’ve been screaming ”Not the B!” ever since Don’t Trust the B– in Apt. 23 went off the air, you’re in luck. Krysten Ritter tweeted Wednesday that ABC would make the remaining eight episodes of the show available online May 17. She promised ”hilarity” and added, ”Can’t wait for you all to see them. I love you.”
EW has confirmed with ABC that the episodes will be available on Hulu, ABC.com, and iTunes on that date.
Post B–, Krysten Ritter is attached to the new NBC pilot Assistance. She plays Nora, a workaholic personal assistant to a movie producer trying to maintain a sane work-life balance.
How can Don’t Trust the B– possibly top storylines that saw titular bitch Chloe (Krysten Ritter) forcing a foster child to work as her indentured servant or proudly revealing that she stars in a Japanese comic book series called Tall Slut No Panties? With an episode that revolves around Chloe bringing her naive roommate June (Dreama Walker) home for Thanksgiving, obviously.
That logline sounds like it’s straight out of Sitcom Plots 101 — except for the fact that last season, June briefly dated Chloe’s father, Scott (Michael Landes). Oh, and Chloe’s wheelchair-bound mother, Karen (Marin Hinkle), has no idea about their fling. To top it all off, people-pleaser June has also allowed Chloe to convince her to show up for dinner in a wheelchair of her own.
“It might be the most twisted [episode]” of the ABC sitcom so far, Ritter told EW in a phone interview. READ FULL STORY
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