Those who have finished binging their way through 'Orange is the New Black' season 2 by now (and if you haven't, get on it) were dismayed to find that some of their favorite characters only put in limited appearances. And while we've overwhelmingly heard of Litchfield ladies upped to series regular, it seems at least one cast member present from the beginning may only put in a minor appearance, if any.
Some 'Orange is the New Black' fans have yet to finish binging the entirety of season 2, yet already season 3 has been buzzing about with new additions and promotions. Following Mary Steenburgen's addition to the cast, the 'Justified' actress' matronly role has been revealed, while yet another star has been upgraded to series regular, and a major villain might not be so departed as we thought!
Most 'Orange is the New Black' fans have barely had time to finish screening the second season of Netflix's breakout original series, but already the streaming service is making season 3 seem like an eternity away. Not only has recent 'Justified' addition Mary Steenburgen signed up for a mysterious new role, but yet another from the existing cast has ascended to series regular.
‘Justified’ season 5 takes aim with its 13th and final installment of the year in "Restitution,” as Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) continually presses Darryl Crowe to confess to shooting Art, while Boyd deals with cartel killers, and Ava finds hope from an surprising offer.
Last week’s ‘Justified’ episode, “Starvation,” saw Raylan reluctantly partnering with Boyd to incriminate Darryl Crowe for Art's shooting, while Ava faced an increasingly desperate situation in prison, so what does the final episode of ‘Justified’ season 5 bring? Will Boyd manage to save his own neck while Raylan pursues the Crowes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ season 5, episode 13, season finale “Restitution!”
‘Justified’ season 5 takes aim with its eleventh installment of the year in "The Toll,” as a shooting close to home puts Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) on the trail of Darryl Crowe, while Boyd (Walton Goggins) attempts to navigate his own fate with Wynn Duffy and his new partner Katherine Hale (Mary Steenburgen).
Last week’s ‘Justified’ episode “Weight” saw Raylan and Boyd attempting to track down Dewey Crowe, while Ava faced a dilemma behind bars and Wynn Duffy reached out for help with his drug trade, so what will the eleventh episode of ‘Justified’ season 5 bring? Will Boyd manage to save his own neck, while Raylan pursues the Crowes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ season 5, episode 11, “The Toll!”
‘Justified’ season 5 takes aim with its tenth installment of the year in "Weight,” as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and Boyd (Walton Goggins) both attempt to track down Dewey Crowe, while Ava faces a dilemma behind bars and Wynn Duffy reaches out for help with his drug trade.
Last week’s ‘Justified’ episode “Wrong Roads” saw Raylan teaming up with a Memphis DEA agent (Eric Roberts) in pursuit of Hot Rod Dunham, while Boyd attempted to negotiate Darryl's part of their enterprise, and aid Ava in prison, so what will the tenth episode of ‘Justified’ season 5 bring? Will Boyd finally manage to set up his new business and spring Ava from prison?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ season 5, episode 10, “Weight!”
Just when we thought FX's fifth season of 'Justified' had gotten underway with its full complement of guest stars, in comes one more for the penultimate season of Timothy Olyphant's gunslinger drama. Academy Award-winner (and 'Back to the Future Part III' vet) Mary Steenburgen has been added to 'Justified''s fifth season, but what surprising connection does she have with fan favorite Wynn Duffy?
At 60 years old, an age she freely admits, Mary Steenburgen has had an amazing career. She's an Oscar-winning actress, an award-winning song writer and has starred in so many projects that are a major part of pop culture from 'Elf' to 'Back to the Future III' to 'Step Brothers.' She continues to work and, maybe most impressively, isn't just playing the grandma in a movie. She's the romantic lead in a movie opening today, 'Last Vegas' with Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline.
We caught up with Steenburgen to talk about her impressive career, the 'Step Brothers' outtakes, a return to 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and how nerds keep coming up to her wanting to talk about 'Back to the Future' 23 years later.
You can say one thing for sure about director Jon Turteltaub: the man sure knows how to build a cast. Just look at the list of names headlining the 'National Treasure' director's upcoming comedy 'Last Vegas': Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline. That's four Oscar winners. Actually, make it five: Mary Steenburgen has joined them.