Season 2 of Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom will see a new lady in town, Entourage‘s Constance Zimmer, who will be appearing in a recurring role. Plus, what will Maggie be up to in 2×04?
The Newsroom season 1 is finally available for DVD and Blu-ray pre-order, and it looks like you can get your hands on it (along with some great special features) before season 2 begins airing on HBO.
Tony award-winning actress Marcia Gay Harden is reported to be replacing Rosemarie DeWitt in season 2 of Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom.
This week The Newsroom stars headed off the the Golden Globes, 1×01 “We Just Decided To” was nominated for a Directors Guild of America award and Jeff Daniels appeared in a hilarious skit on The Daily Show.
In a surprising turn of events, Rosemarie DeWitt will be leaving The Newsroom season 2, and her character will be recast. Why has this sudden change occurred, and what did HBO have to say?
The SAG Awards nominees were announced this morning, and recent films Lincoln and Silver Linings Playbook lead the pack with four major nominations each.
IMDB has released the credited cast list for The Newsroom 2×01 “First Thing We Do, Let’s Kill All the Lawyers,” and there are some new names on it. So who will be appearing in the season 2 opener of The Newsroom?
The episode titles for The Newsroom 2×01 and 2×02 have been revealed, along with the cast list for 2×01. What were they, and what hints do they give up for the upcoming season?
Rosemarie DeWitt has revealed a few tantalizing details about the character she will be playing on season 2 of Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom. What did she have to say to Hypable?
Emily Mortimer, better known to Newsroom fans as Mackenzie McHale, regales us on the uniqueness of Aaron Sorkin’s writing style in a new interview. Also, Newsroom gains a WGA nomination! Check it all out in our Newsroom roundup.
The dates for PaleyFest 2013 were announced this morning, and in addition to the overall schedule we learned of the first three shows set to attend the conference.
Joel Johnstone has been cast in Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom as a Romney campaign staffer, suggesting certain plot-lines for season 2 of the controversial HBO show.
Aaron Sorkin has continued to rack up fans and followers since the premiere of A Few Good Men and whether you know him from the Newsroom, The Social Network or The West Wing, there’s no denying that the man has a very recognizable style of writing. That’s why we just had to wonder: What would it look like if Aaron Sorkin were hired to pen Pixar sequels?