Playing House season two finale “Celebrate Me Scones” culminates when Maggie (Lennon Parham) surprises Emma (Jessica St. Clair) with tickets to go see their musical hero, Kenny Loggins, in concert. When things don’t go as planned, the two best friends and Maggie’s younger brother Zach (Zach Woods) risk it all to get closer to the “Danger Zone.”
It’s time to show and share the love for one of the funniest shows on television so be sure to watch live, watch it again On-Demand and tweet your hearts out!
It’s not every day that one of the most powerful women in television gives a show and its creators a glowing review and must-see status, that is unless you’re Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair from Playing House and that TV powerhouse is none other than Shonda Rhimes.
These two incredibly funny and talented women deserve the praise given by Rhimes and countless loyal fans of their hit series Playing House on USA Network. Each week Lennon and Jessica bring us to our knees doubled over laughing with their witty and infectious brand of comedy. If you haven’t caught an episode yet you should treat yo self and binge watch both seasons. Trust me, you’ll thank me when you do!
With their series finishing up it’s second season I had the please to catch up with these funny ladies to chat about Season 2, where Maggie and Emma might go in Season 3 and if there’s any possibility of a Bosephus and Jandana spin-off.
Playing House airs Tuesday, 10pm/9c on USA Network and is also available online and On-Demand!
Can’t get enough of USA Networks hit comedy “Playing House”? Jonesing for more Lennon and Jessica witty repartee? Here’s a little somethin somethin to hold you over until tonight’s new episode “Kimmewah Kup” co-starring the Sklar brothers.
Sit back and enjoy these words of wisdom from everybody’s favorite funny ladies Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair and be sure to tune in tonight at 10pm on USA Network for an all new Playing House!
Maggie (Lennon Parham) and Emma’s (Jessica St. Clair) girls’ weekend at Lake Kimmewah is interrupted by an unexpected visitor. When the girls run into their old nemeses, The Custerman Twins (Randy and Jason Sklar), the Kimmewah Kup paddle boat competition turns into an epic race. Meanwhile, Emma and Rabbi Dan’s (Kyle Bornheimer) relationship continues to go the distance.
Catch guest stars Randy and Jason Sklar go toe-to-toe with comedy’s dynamic duo Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair in “Kimmewah Kup” Tuesday 10pm/9c on USA Network.
They’re back! Thank God in heaven they are finally back! Everybody’s favorite real life BFFs Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair are back for another funny to the core of your being, down deep into the marrow, no really part of your DNA hilarious season of their hit series “Playing House” on USA Network.
The critically-acclaimed comedy “Playing House” returns for season two with childhood best friends Maggie Caruso (Lennon Parham) and Emma Crawford (Jessica St. Clair) in store for one of their biggest adventures yet – raising a baby, premiering two episodes back-to-back tonight, Tuesday, August 4th at 10/9c on USA Network.
Be sure to catch a sneak peek of tonights episodes after the jump!
Hacker drama Mr. Robot (above), fresh from winning the SXSW Audience Award, will premiere on Wednesday, June 24th (10/9C).
Complications, a new fast-paced thriller about a doctor who – even as he mourns his daughter’s life – saves a young boy’ life, will make its two-hour debut on Thursday, June 18 (9/8C).
Returning shows include: the legal drama Suits’ fifth season (June 24th), season three of Chrisley Knows Best (June 2nd), season seven of Royal Pains (June 2nd), WWE Tough Enough (new format, June 23rd), season three of Graceland June 25th) and season two of Playing House (August 4th).
USA Network has announced a premiere date for its new half-hour comedy, Playing House. Starring Jessica St. Clair (who also executive produces) and Lennon Parham, Playing House is the story of long separated best friends who come together again at the precise point in time when they need each other the most.
The series will premiere with back-to-back episodes on April 29th (10/9C) before resuming with a new episode every Tuesday, beginning May 6th. For more details, check out the press release following the jump.
USA Network is going where it’s never gone before – original half-hour comedy. The network has ordered its first original sitcoms – EMT comedy Sirens (above left), from Denis Leary & Bob Fisher and buddies reconnecting comedy Playing House (above right), from Lennon Parham & Jessica St. Claire. The network also picked up Love Is Dead – about a company that specializes in breaking up relationships for those who can pay to not be there when it happens – from Chuck’s Zev Borow.
The new comedies will debut in early 2014 and are expected to complement Modern Family, which the network will begin running on September 24th. For details, follow the jump.