We have profiled a variety of different categories already in our Critics’ Choice TV Awards article series, but we have to say at this particular moment that the Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series field is our favorite. Not only that, but we really do not even feel like any one analyst out there can say that there is a winner here pinned down. You’ve got some great performers across the board, and it does not matter if you are talking about someone who has been a nominee many times over, or someone completely new to the awards circuit.
Below, we are going to do our best to give you what are at least our quick impressions on this category, including who we think are the most likely contenders to come away with the title.
Carrie Coon, “The Leftovers” (HBO)
Joelle Carter, “Justified” (FX)
Katheryn Winnick, “Vikings” (History)
Lorraine Toussaint, “Orange Is the New Black” (Netflix)
Mae Whitman, “Parenthood” (NBC)
The gallery was updated with images of Christine during yesterday’s event hosted by The Albert Einstein College Of Medicine’s Women’s Division. Enjoy!
Public Appereances > Events 2015 > The Albert Einstein College Of Medicine’s Women’s Division’s 61st Annual Spirit Of Achievement Luncheon
And here comes the end of season. Yesterday The Good Wife concluded its 6th season. Enjoy the HD screencaptures from it.
Tv-Series > The Good Wife > Season 6 > Screencaptures > 6×22 – Wanna Partner?
Zap2it: As Season 6 of “The Good Wife” winds down, what do you think of the arc of your character, Diane Lockhart?
Christine Baranski: It’s the nature of a television drama that things have to be dramatic for people to want to watch. I look back and think, “Wow, Diane has really surfed a lot of big, strong waves … and has somehow held on and made it to shore.” She’s been through a lot, and I think that with every crisis, she gets stronger and has a better and clearer sense of vision. Like people do.
I think this year has been very interesting, since she left the firm that she created. She literally walked out of the building and left it to those nasty guys, and she said to Cary and Alicia, “I bring all these clients and all these millions of dollars, plus my expertise, if you’ll have me.” And as she said to Alicia in the first scene of them together in Season 6, “We could be the most powerful firm in the country run by women.”
As we knew Christine was part to the episode before the finale of Season 8 of The Big Bang Theory, back in her role of the cold “lovely” mother of Leonard. Enjoy the HQ Stills and Screencaptures I added to the gallery.