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Weeds (2005 - 2012)

Weeds (2005 - 2012)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

A suburban California widow deals pot to make ends meet after the unexpected death of her husband.
Creator: Jenji Kohan

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Critics Consensus: Mary-Louise Parker remains a mesmerizing presence, but Weeds' final installment burns the series' remaining goodwill down to a sorry roach with perfunctory plotting and a sense that this story no longer resembles the one fans fell in love with.

2012, Showtime, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Benefiting from a change of scenery and a renewed sense of purpose for Nancy Botwin, Weeds' seventh season overcomes its lack of narrative direction with solid characterization.

2011, Showtime, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Weeds hits the road in a sixth installment that begins and ends strongly, but an unhurried, shapeless center sucks some of the joy out of the ride.

2010, Showtime, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Weeds remains engaging with bursts of heart and wit, but loses narrative momentum as Nancy Botwin's motivations become increasingly obtuse.

2009, Showtime, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Weeds, like its heroine Nancy Botwin, drastically reinvents itself to mixed results in its fourth season, upping the stakes to entertaining effect, but also losing the grounded reality that made its peaks so compelling.

2008, Showtime, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Weeds' mellow buzz gives way to constant peril in its third year -- luckily the series remains a delight, thanks to a talented ensemble spearheaded by the thrillingly unpredictable Mary-Louise Parker.

2007, Showtime, 15 episodes

Critics Consensus: Weeds' sophomore season elevates the series' satire to a new high, complemented by a perfected balance between suburban ennui and life-or-death stakes.

2006, Showtime, 12 episodes

Critics Consensus: Weeds is a cheeky comedy with dark, humorous , and sometimes outrageous moments centered around a talented female-led cast including Emmy winner Mary-Louise Parker.

2005, Showtime, 10 episodes


Mary-Louise Parker
as Nancy Botwin
Hunter Parrish
as Silas Botwin
Kevin Nealon
as Doug Wilson
Alexander Gould
as Shane Botwin
Justin Kirk
as Andy Botwin
Elizabeth Perkins
as Celia Hodes
Tonye Patano
as Heylia James
Romany Malco
as Conrad Shepard
as Vaneeta
Jennifer Jason Leigh
as Jill Price-Gray
Andy Milder
as Dean Hodes
Mel Fair
as Scott Gray
Allie Grant
as Isabelle Hodes
Rick Ravanello
as Lars Guinard
Eden Sher
as Gretchen
Matthew Modine
as Sullivan Groff
Richard Dreyfuss
as Mr. Schiff
Guillermo Díaz
as Guillermo
Mary-Kate Olsen
as Tara Lindman
Hemky Madera
as Ignacio Morero Jr.
Albert Brooks
as Lenny Botwin
Kate del Castillo
as Pilar Zuazo
Demian Bichir
as Esteban Reyes
Alanis Morissette
as Dr. Audra Kitson
Brooke Smith
as Valerie
Pablo Schreiber
as Demetri Ravitch
David Julian Hirsh
as Rabbi David Bloom
Shoshannah Stern
as Megan Beals
Aidan Quinn
as Foster Klein
Carrie Fisher
as Arlene Cutter
Lochlyn Munro
as Bicycle Cop
Jack Stehlin
as Capt. Roy Till
Michael Harney
as Det. Ouellette
Kevin Sizemore
as Officer Wick
Snoop Dogg
as Himself
Larry Joe Campbell
as Deputy C.P. Jones
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
as Judah Botwin
Ron Canada
as Joseph
Hannah Marks
as Harmony
David Doty
as Principal Dodge
Robert Mukes
as Abumchuk
Todd Bosley
as The Chinaman/Billy
Patch Darragh
as Crick Montgomery
Jeannie Elias
as Border Guard
Mo gallini
as Daniel
John Fleck
as Agent Lipschitz
Jane Lynch
as The Candyman
Paul Alayo
as Chewie
Richard Azurdia
as Davenport
Molly Morgan
as Jazzmine
Ruben Pla
as Attorney
Eden Scher
as Gretchen
Joey Capone
as Skateboard Kid
Pattie Tierce
as Billy's Mom
Colin Patrick Lynch
as Delivery Guy
Stephanie Erb
as Margaret
Michelle Krusiec
as Helen Chin, Tennis Pro
James Urbaniak
as The Wizard
Joey Gray
as Brian
Ayla Kell
as Chelsea
Gigi Bermingham
as Flight Attendant
Indrajit Sarkar
as Mr. Advani
David Bardeen
as Director
David Trice
as Ticketing Agent
Thomas Burr
as Salesman
Breeda Wool
as Boarding Agent
Cindy Lu
as Cashier
Paul St. Denis
as Boyer Beachwood
Jina Song
as Reporter
John Hemphill
as News Announcer
Eliza Noxon
as 5-year-old Girl
Tyler Peterson
as 12-year-old Boy
Alan Saginian
as Other Armenian
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Series Details

TV Network: Showtime
Premiere Date: Aug 7, 2005
Genre: Drama
Executive Producers: Jenji Kohan, Roberto Benabib, Craig Zisk, Jenji Cohen
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