Courtney Cox was one of America's Friends for 10 years, but that time has already come and gone, and you can surely tell with her new show Dirt. The F/X drama brings out a deliciously dark side of the actress that we rarely see (except for her semi-similar character in the Scream movie series). Dirt: The Complete First Season will be released on DVD on December 11, and I had a chance to chat with the actress about the show.
EXCLUSIVE: Courtney Cox Interview
Dirt, starring Courteney Cox, returns for a 13-episode second season in 2008. Cox plays "Lucy Spiller," the ruthless, powerful editor-in-chief of the celebrity tabloid magazines DirtNow. A genius at the art of manipulation, Lucy possesses a maniacal dedication to exposing the truth about Hollywood's luminaries. As steadfast photographer Don Konkey (Ian Hart) constantly provides exclusive, shocking pictures of the rich and famous for Lucy's magazines, the glossy, perfect veneer created by Hollywood is shattered - and available on newsstands every week. Dirt exposes the truth behind the façade of show business image making, and reveals the lives of those determined to do so, despite often tragic results.