Articles for Damages Season 3

Damages returns tonight for its highly anticipated third season and this time, the legal drama will be shedding light on the largest investment fraud in Wall Street history.  Read more »
For two seasons, FX‘s legal thriller Damages has been at theforefront of quality television acting.  Five of the show‘s stars haveearned Emmy nominations, and season 3 looks to increase that total.Which Damages Character Are You?>>Len Cariou, Lily Tomlin, Martin Short, Campbell Scott, Reiko Aylesworthand Keith Carradine are just some of the stars who turn up for thelatest case which takes aim at the Bernie Madoff financial disaster. Cariou plays Louis Tobin, a fictionalized version of Madoff whosemassive pyramid scheme is being investigated by both Patty Hewes andthe district attorney.  Read more »
There‘s nothing quite like a Damages season finale.  The FX legal drama starring Glenn Close in her Emmy-winning role as ruthless lawyer Patty Hewes ends its third and possibly final season tonight at 10pm with a special 90-minute finale.Which Damages Character Are You?Like the two previous seasons, Damages has been building up to a huge finale where all the threads come together.  This year began with the revelation that Patty‘s right-hand man Tom Shayes (Tate Donovan) would be dead by the end, so the finale promises to explain just how Tom dies. Read more »
If you haven‘t seen the third season finale of Damages, then I encourage you to see it for yourself. The episode not only answers much of the season-arc‘s mysteries but also poses new questions, should FX decide to renew the series for a fourth season. But for those of you who have seen the 90-minute spectacle, let‘s discuss what happened after the jump! Read more »
When this year‘s Emmy nominations are announced Thursday morning, there will likely be a lot of new comedies to cheer about, but for dramas, the revolution is over. For the past few years cable has been taking over with Dexter, Damages, Mad Men and Breaking Bad leading the charge.The story on the comedy side is new vs. old, but for dramas, it‘s all about network vs. cable. The major networks have been slipping into oblivion at the Emmys in recent years with House being one of the last hold-outs. This year The Good Wife could help out with a wave of buzz that should get Julianna Margulies a nomination and maybe even let the show sneak in for Outstanding Drama Series.  Read more »
With the Emmy Award nominations being announced July 8, the races are heating up, and while people have their picks for the big categories like Outstanding Drama and Comedy Series, one smaller race is getting a lot of attention: Guest Actor in a Drama Series.Most of the attention is directed at Friday Night Light‘s star Zach Gilford.  Hollywood stars are lining up to sing his praises and a Facebook page dedicated to getting him an Emmy nomination is already up-and-running.  Anyone who saw his heartbreaking performance in "The Son" where his character, Matt Saracen, copes with the death of his father knows exactly why he has all this support.  Read more »
At this time of the year I‘m usually livid over the awful Emmy nominations. They typically ignore new, young shows in favor of the old standards. But this year I‘m having a hard time getting that upset.Glee Leads Emmy Nominations>>  Read more »
The kids of Glee have something to sing about. The 2010 Emmy nominations were announced this morning and as expected, Glee led the pack with 19 nominations. The show had even more steam than expected, earning nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series plus acting nominations in all six categories (Matthew Morrison, LeaMichele, Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Mike O‘Malley, Neil Patrick Harris and Kristin Chenoweth).See Complete List of Nominees>>The comedy side also saw newcomers Nurse Jackie and Modern Family crack the Comedy Series category. Modern Family picked up an impressive five acting nominations in the supporting categories, with Ed O‘Neill the only adult star who didn‘t get nominated.  Read more »
Great news for anyone who loves truly amazing television: Damages will be back! The FX drama was just renewed for two more seasons, but not by FX. Instead, like Friday Night Lights, the show is being saved by DirecTV.  Read more »
This year the Creative Arts ceremony for the Emmy Awards may be as exciting as the main ceremony with a ton of interesting categories with big stars. The Creative Arts Emmys will be presented Saturday, August 21 and Conan O‘Brien could be the big winner.  Read more »
The 2010 Emmys are coming up on Sunday! The popcorn‘s purchased, the champagne‘s chilling in the fridge, and our DVRs are set (for reliving the best acceptance speeches). Plus, our Emmy picks are in!See who our editorial staff members have selected to win in this year‘s big drama and comedy categories, and see how your picks stack up.See Complete List of Nominees >>  Read more »
Just two days after the Golden Globe nominations were announced, the Screen Actors Guild unveiled their nominations. While the drama side is rather predictable, the comedy line-up is full of surprises, including two nominations for TV Land‘s Hot in Cleveland.  Read more »