The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Donald Sutherland has joined the cast of CBS medical drama The Eastmans. You wouldn’t imagine that TV really needs another show set in a hospital, after all we really should be all doctored out with ER, House, Greys Anatomy and we just heard that Alex O’Loughlin has signed for another new medical drama Three Rivers.
The Eastmans revolves around a family of dysfunctional doctors and Sutherland will play the head of the family, a wealthy and prestigious cardiologist. The role is said to be very similar to his role of Tripp Darling on ABC’s Dirty Sexy Money.
Dirty Sexy Money is one of those American shows that I can’t wait to see again. Though the reviews and ratings for season one on Channel 4 were mixed, I adored the show and often compared it to a modern day Dallas.
One of the shows stars, William Baldwin has revealed that season two of the show will be even dirtier than the first. I can’t wait!
“The critical response and the buzz on the street for the first block of ten episodes that made the air has all contributed and allowed us to come back for a second season,” he told Entertainment Tonight. “It will be dirtier and sexier than ever before.” Read more & comment »
It is hard to believe that tonight’s Dirty Sexy Money is the last in the series. I will certainly miss the Friday night gltiz and glam!
Here’s a clip from tonight’s show, and to say that Brian Darling is having a bad day is a bit of an understatment. Strabgely, even though he is a grump sod, Brian is probably one of my favourite characters from the show. Go figure!
Ally McBeal and Charlies Angel star, Lucy Liu is reported to be joining the cast of US drama, Dirty Sexy Money for it’s second series. Lucy most recently starred in another new ABC drama, “Cashmere Mafia.”
Although details of Lucy’s new character are being kept under wraps, it is rumoured that she will play the part of an sexy attorney.
On the ABC produced show, revolving around the wealthy Darling clan, Liu would join Peter Krause, Donald Sutherland, William Baldwin, Read more & comment »
I just love Friday nights! Dirty Sexy Money is one of the best US dramas that Channel 4 has picked up in a long time and followed by a healthy dose of Jonathan Ross, it kind of makes my perfect night!
Anyway, here’s a clip from tonight’s show which airs on Channel 4 at 10PM. Watch as Nick tries to decide whether $2 million is an excessive amount to spend on a birthday party for the Darling twins. It’s all so glamourous!
I just love this show! Dirty Sexy Money has got to be one of the best US dramas that Channel 4 has got its hands on for years!
Anyway, enough ranting. I have brought you a clip from this Friday’s show in which Tripp Darling confronts his wife Tish about her forty year affair with the family lawyer. Wait until he finds out that one of the kids isn’t his!
I know I’m a bit late with this one! Dirty Sexy Money kicked off last Friday night on Channel 4, but I only managed to catch it yesterday as we were having a break in sunny(?) Donegal last weekend.
The fact that Craig Wright and Greg Berlanti, the men responsible for Brothers and Sisters (which I loved) were behind this show gave me high hopes and I have to say the first episode did not disappoint.
The show opened with idealistic attorney Nick George finding out that his father had died in a plane crash, and then making his way to the funeral. When he arrives he can’t get past the police barriers, and before long, his father’s bosses The Darling family pull up in their fleet of stretch limos. The story emerges that Nick’s father and mothers marriage had broken down years before because of his all consuming job with The Darling family. Nick vows that he will never neglect his daughter in the same way, but ten million dollars is too much to turn down and just days after his fathers funeral, Nick signs up as the family attorney.
There were many comic moments, the tranny hooker who is having an affair with senate hopeful Patrick Darling was just one. It was like watching what I imagine the Hiltons to be like behind closed doors. In fact I would describe this show as having all the emotion and drama of Brothers and Sisters, with all the glitz and glam of Dallas or Dynasty. Read more & comment »
For all of you who caught last Friday night’s premiere of Dirty Sexy Money on Channel 4, here’s a little bit of fun to see what you picked up.
The show centres around the wealthy Darlings of New York City. The family are always mixed up with the wrong people; freeloading spouses, illegal immigrants and transvestite hookers. So far it seems to be a great show, it’s a bit like Brothers and Sisters, only more shocking. In fact in some ways Dirty Sexy Money reminds me of older US dramas like Dallas and Dynasty.
Brand new US drama series. The wealthy Darlings of New York City are always mixed up with the wrong people: freeloading spouses, illegal immigrants and transvestite hookers. It will take a miracle to keep this Kennedy-esque clan out of the tabloids – and out of jail. That miracle comes in the form idealistic attorney Nick George ( Six Feet Under’s Peter Krause). With new disasters every week, Nick is soon pulled into the dubious world of the Darling clan, where power, privilege and family money are a volatile cocktail. In the first episode, family patriarch Tripp Darling (Donald Sutherland) offers Nick the opportunity to inherit the responsibility of being the family lawyer and protecting the Darlings’ secrets.
The wealthy Darlings of New York City are always mixed up with the wrong people; freeloading spouses, illegal immigrants and transvestite hookers. It will take a miracle to keep this Kennedy-esque clan out of the tabloids – and out of jail. That miracle comes in the form idealistic attorney Nick George (Peter Krause, Six Feet Under).
As a boy, Nick watched his father surrender his freedom and family as the Darling’s trusted advisor. But the passing of his dad thrusts the responsibility of protecting the Darlings’ secrets onto Nick. With new disasters every week, Nick is soon pulled into the dubious doings of the Darling clan, where power, privilege and family money are a volatile cocktail. Read more & comment »