De Matteo was very convincing as the tough-as-manicured-nails, yet loving Adriana who struggles with her relationship with Christopher and her career endeavors during the course of the series.
She won the 2004 Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
Jennifer Lopez made her return to scripted television on Thursday night, and despite being in an age where no one seems to be watching network TV, she managed to pull off some crazy numbers.
was one of the more anticipated mid-season premieres of 2016, but we doubt even NBC imagined the cop drama's debut would rake in 8.57 million viewers!
(Will she or won't she expose the whole Soprano operation to an undercover FBI agent?
) Adriana has big hair, long nails, eye-popping cleavage, and flashy, trashy clothes (mostly by Versace and Dolce & Gabbana).
The straight-to-series show, which also stars Ray Liotta and Drea De Matteo, will have a two-hour premiere before moving to its 10 pm timeslot behind is just another police procedural!By Francesca Bacardi Endemol Beyond USA has inked a deal with Emmy-winning actress Drea de Matteo (“Sons of Anarchy,” “The Sopranos”) for her own original digital series. Exclusive Media made the announcement on the opening day of Toronto, where it is… A spokeswoman for Harris’ company, One Talent Management, said Harris had died of natural causes and that funeral… — The Karlovy Vary Film Festival's Works in Progress Award has gone to tragicomedy "Blind Dates" from Georgia, which has replaced Romania as the rising star among European…De Matteo will play Shirley Nazario, a tough, outspoken mother of three and cop who holds her own with the men in her crew, yet covers her insecurities with her brashness.She insists that family comes first, but her suspicions and paranoia threaten to upend her personal life.