Weeds, the Jenji Kohan present a couple of suburban mom who offers marijuana, will return for a sequel sequence, in response to Deadline. The Showtime sequence, which starred Tony winner Mary-Louise Parker, ran for eight seasons from 2005–2012.
Parker is reportedly hooked up to govt produce within the upcoming sequence from Starz/Lionsgate and can return to star. Within the sequel, the story picks up 10 years after the unique, throughout the legalization of marijuana. Victoria Morrow is the author and govt producer.
Additional casting has not been introduced. The unique sequence additionally starred Hunter Parrish and Alexander Gould, who performed Parker’s sons.
Parker was awarded her second Golden Globe for her position in Weeds, in addition to three further nominations and three Emmy nominations. Her first Golden Globe was for her efficiency within the HBO adaptation of Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, for which she was additionally awarded an Emmy.
Parker is at present starring on Broadway within the new Adam Rapp play, The Sound Inside. She is a Tony winner for her efficiency in Proof, and has been seen on Broadway in Reckless, Bus Cease and Prelude to a Kiss. She is going to return to Broadway this spring to star in How I Discovered to Drive, within the position she originated within the manufacturing’s Off-Broadway premiere.
The Sound Inside continues on Broadway at Studio 54. Flip by means of images of the brand new play beneath.