Weeds of the American television series production Jenji Kohan, Lionsgate Television production for this TV cable network Showtime. Show revolves around Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker), recently widowed suburban mother of two children, turned to selling marijuana to support her family after her husband unexpectedly dies. During the on-screen, Nancy is involved in illegal activities on a large scale, the first 3 seasons, concerned mainly with promoting and growing marijuana at the local level, in subsequent seasons, plots more general functions of smuggling contraband from Mexico to the United States and the questionable machinations of the campaign that Mexican state of Baja for governor.
The name plays on the slang term for marijuana, weed, and, as American suburbs are growing like weeds. Title sequence of the first three seasons, which operates the satirical song “Little Boxes”, showed the provincials, who dress the same, the disc exactly the same car, and live in identical houses.
Weeds first aired in August 2005 and run for five seasons to date, as well as the sixth season will premiere on Aug. 16, 2010 . The first year he became the highest rated series for Showtime, and the fifth season premiere on Showtime was a high audience for a display with 1.3 million watching. In contrast to the prior designation, it is not the longest-running show Showtime, given that Penn and Teller Bullshit was on the network is almost complete 8 seasons.
Mary-Louise Parker received a Golden Globe for her performance on the display, and Jenji Kohan won the WGA award for the script for the pilot episode. The exhibition can be nominated for an Emmy Award in 1919 and 10 Golden Globes.
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
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