Articles for United States of Tara Season 3

After two seasons of looking back on United States of Tara, trying to figure out the reason for the main character‘s Dissociative Identity Disorder, season 3 (premiering Monday, March 28 at 10:30pm on Showtime) is all about the future. The show moves forward as the entire family searches for a way to grow up, and the result is United States of Tara at its best.  Read more »
Showtime is breaking up its pair of Emmy-winning ladies. Today the network canceled Toni Collette‘s United States of Tara, but renewed Edie Falco‘s Nurse Jackie for a fourth season. Both Collette and Falco have earned Emmys for their work on the Showtime comedies.The shows are currently in their third seasons and air Mondays at 10pm. The season finales will air June 20, though for United States of Tara, it will now mark the series finale.  Read more »
Showtime‘s Emmy-winning United States of Tara ends its third and final season Monday at 10:30pm, which means it‘s time to say goodbye to the Gregsons and the alters.The finale marks the conclusion to a rather dark season as Tara‘s abuser alter, Bryce Craine, has "killed" all of her other alters and has assaulted and insulted everyone in Tara‘s family. Her road has been tough, but as big of a problem as it is, it‘s not the only issue.  Read more »
The series finale of United States of Tara wasn‘t intended to be the last episode ever, but it worked perfectly as one. After a season where Tara‘s new abuser alter Bryce terrorized her family and killed her other alters, the finale wrapped up the storyline and gave Tara and her family the chance to fight back.  Read more »
In 2005 Desperate Housewives was the hot new show on TV and it earned 15 Emmy nominations for its first season, but despite a ton of buzz, it failed to win the award for Outstanding Comedy Series. The following year, amid much criticism that the show was too dramatic and serious, it was surprisingly dropped from the Comedy Series race and only picked up seven nominations.I mention this story at the start of my predictions for this year‘s Emmy nominations for Comedy because it seems eerily similar to Glee. The show had a ton of buzz for its first year, didn‘t win for Outstanding Comedy Series, and now, with criticism about its overly dramatic second season, there‘s a chance it too could be left out in the cold.  Read more »
This year, despite some glaring oversights, the Emmy Awards got a lot of stuff right. They welcomed plenty of new shows like Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire and The Big C while also including returning favorites ignored in previous years like Friday Night Lights, Justified and Parks and Recreation.  Read more »
Casting bits, anyone? Yeah, I thought so, too. Tonight, a gleek and a Stoolbend regular heads to politics, and skitters prepare to be told to be not told what they can‘t do. (I know. I can word that much better.) But first, some stability in a singing show: Read more »
CBS isn‘t doing a whole lot with dramas for the 2013-2014 TV season. With only three new dramas ordered, it‘s the smallest scripted drama order in more than five years. But they don‘t need it.  Read more »
Popularity seems to mean everything, at least for high school kids in TV land and the teenagers in MTV‘s new series Faking It are no exception. Enter Amy and Karma, BFFs who are practically invisible at school until they are mistakenly outed as lesbians and suddenly find themselves at the center of everyone‘s attention.  Read more »