, its new primetime soap blending Washington politics, family drama and various sexcapades, seems like such a departure.
"It's definitely a new kind of show for them, and they I think are very excited about that as well," Carla Gugino, who portrays an ambitious DC journalist, tells.
"But, yes, it is a show that you might have seen more on an HBO or a Showtime or an AMC in the past." She adds: "It should push those limits ...
Olympic gold medalist Dominique Moceanu, bronze medalist Jamie Dantzscher and national champion rhythmic gymnast Jessica Howard were among those to testify Tuesday at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on protecting young athletes from sexual abuse.“The well-being of the athletes should always come first, and to me, this is one of the most important things in sport,” Moceanu said while testifying.
The film concerns four attractive and intelligent young people.
Ann (Andy Mac Dowell in the best role I've ever seen her) is married to John (Gallagher) but their sexual life is practically non-existent since Ann finds sex over-rated, and to simply put it, she does not enjoy or even need it.
“And it was lacking in our own sport tremendously because everybody around us knew that abuses were going on, but they chose not to act because it became part of the cultural norm.”“I do believe that if we could clean this up with the mandatory reporting, I believe that will help a lot of our concerns,” she said.
The hearing concerned a bill that could reshape sex-abuse reporting guidelines in Olympic sports. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., is co-sponsoring a bill that calls for organizations overseeing Olympic sports to immediately report sex-abuse allegations to law enforcement or child-welfare authorities.