Golden Brooks Joins TNT Drama
Actress Golden Brooks has been added to the cast of the upcoming TNT drama One Day She’ll Darken. The former Girlfriends co-star joins a stellar line-up that already includes actors Chris Pine (Wonder Woman), Dylan Smith (Into the Badlands), Jay Paulson (Mad Men), and Justin Cromwell (Training Day).
Golden Brooks Joins ‘The Darkest Minds’ Cast
Actress Golden Brooks is set to join Amandla Stenberg in the upcoming Fox thriller The Darkest Minds. Based on the trilogy of young adult novels by Alexandra Bracken, the film follows a group of teens who develop supernatural abilities after a pandemic wipes out most of the planet’s adult population. Brooks will reportedly play Molly Daly, the mother of Amandla’s character, Ruby.
Golden Brooks Launches Golden Collection Home Decor Line
Did you guys know that former Girlfriends star Golden Brooks has a new home decor line called The Golden Collection? Nope? Well, neither did I. Golden launched the collection last fall and recently expanded it to include more items, including bedding and decorative candles.
Golden Brooks Returns to TV in Upcoming Lethal Weapon Pilot
Actress Golden Brooks has been cast to star opposite Damon Wayan Sr. in the television adaptation of Lethal Weapon. Wayans will star as Roger Murtaugh and Brooks will star as his wife Trish. The hour long Fox dramedy is being written by Matt Miller, directed by McG and is expected to go into production in Atlanta next month.
We hear from a source within the “Girlfriends” writing camp that the CW has decided to cancel the series immediately instead of bringing it back for a ninth season. While no official announcement had been made as of press time, we were told the CW will not even film this season’s remaining nine episodes that were suspended during the writer’s strike. Ironically, news of the show’s cancellation comes just as the strike has ended and the writing staff was preparing to return to work. We were informed by one of the writers yesterday that Monday night’s one-hour block of new episodes served as the show’s last. “Girlfriends” became the longest-running live-action comedy series currently on network television with the debut of its current season in October 2007. The writers strike suspended production after only 13 of 22 ordered episodes were completed.