“Divorce” Premiere Date

Over the weekend, HBO announced premiere dates for three hotly anticipated new series: Westworld, Divorce, and Insecure. First up is Westworld, the hour-long drama series that’s been seemingly stuck in limbo forever. The first of ten episodes will premiere Sunday, October 2 at 9 p.m.

Over on the comedy side, Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to HBO with Divorce premieres Sunday October 9 at 10 p.m. Thomas Haden Church and Molly Shannon also star; Paul Simms serves as showrunner.

Immediately after, Issa Rae’s Insecure premieres at 10:30 p.m. Insecure, which was created by Issa Rae and Larry Wilmore, stars Rae, Yvonne Orji, Jay Ellis, and Lisa Joyce.


All about “Daisy Winters”

Sterling recently wrapped up filming Beth LaMure’s indie drama “Daisy Winters” in Georgia. She plays the lead role in the movie and her co-stars include Brooke Shields, Carrie Preston, Iwan Rheon, Paul Blackthorne and Nick Gore. The film’s synopsis is the following:

“Daisy Winters” is about an eleven year-old girl’s unconventional, yet deeply loving relationship with her mother and what happens when this essential mother/daughter bond is harshly broken. Along her journey, including her quest to discover her father, the courageous, resourceful and precocious Daisy learns about how to embrace every moment with determination and an unrelenting belief in herself.

You can follow @Itsdaisywinters on Twitter for updates. Also, be sure to check out the on set pictures I’ve added to the gallery.

“Divorce” Teaser Trailer

HBO posted the first promo for its new show, “Divorce”, starring Sarah Jessica Parker. Although Sterling is a series regular in it —she plays Lila, Sarah Jessica Parker’s daughter—, her character doesn’t appear in this promo. The series is set to premiere later this year, in the fall.

“The Conjuring 2″ Out in Theaters!

“The Conjuring 2″, in which Sterling reprises her role as Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson’s daughter, is currently out in theaters in several countries! To check if the movie has already been released in your country, click here. Remember that it’s rated R for terror and horror violence.