NURSE JACKIE and UNITED STATES OF TARA Renewed For Season 3

Nurse Jackie / United States of Tara

Here’s is a good news for fans of NURSE JACKIE and UNITED STATES OF TARA, Showtime has renewed both shows for a third season. Both third season will include 12 episodes and will go into production later this year.

I am a big fan of both shows, and this is such a great news especially since they both have started with such strong second seasons. And if you haven’t seen the first episodes of season 2 for both shows, you can watch them now on Daemon’s TV, Nurse Jackie here and United States of Tara here.
You can also read my review for Nurse Jackie here and United States of Tara here.

You can find more information about both shows below.

The first season of SHOWTIME’s hit dark comedy series NURSE JACKIE starring Emmy® Award winner Edie Falco was both an audience and critical success, culminating with its selection as one of AFI’s Top Ten Television Series of 2009 and Golden Globe® and SAG award nominations for Edie Falco. At the end of last season, Jackie’s (Edie Falco) struggle to keep her dual lives appeared to be in jeopardy as Eddie (Paul Schulze) discovered the truth about her marriage and children. Season two picks up a few months after she has cut ties with Eddie and all seems well in Jackie’s world as she is determined to spend more time with her husband (Dominic Fumusa) and two daughters (Ruby Jerins, Mackenzie Aladjem). With Eddie out of the picture both personally and professionally, her access to drugs has diminished, but her cravings have not. Last season, Jackie’s extreme measures to keep her life on balance was a high wire act. In season two, the wire only gets higher.
Season 2 of the series also stars Eve Best, Merritt Wever, Paul Schulze, Dominic Fumusa, Anna Deavere Smith and Peter Facinelli. Ruby Jerins and Mackenzie Aladjem guest star and Stephen Wallem and Arjun Gupta co-star. NURSE JACKIE was created by Evan Dunsky and Liz Brixius & Linda Wallem.

UNITED STATES OF TARA stars Toni Collette, in her Emmy® and Golden Globe® winning role as Tara, a woman who juggles being a suburban wife, mother and sister while also having DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder), formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder. Executive produced by Steven Spielberg, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Dave Finkel and Brett Baer and created and executive produced by Academy® Award winner Diablo Cody, the series delves into how a family copes with the various personalities that may appear on any given day, including “Buck,” a gun-toting Vietnam vet and “Alice,” a Betty Crocker homemaker who thinks baking is the answer to all problems. John Corbett also stars as “Max” her supportive husband who tries to keep the family together and “Kate” (Brie Larson) and “Marshall” (Keir Gilchrist) are her children who just wish their mother was a bit more “normal.”