"Necessary Roughness" Season 3 has been ordered and will return in 2013.

"Necessary Roughness" (USA Network TV show) focuses on a tough, sexy Long Island divorcee (Callie Thorne) who gets a job as therapist for a professional football team in order to make ends meet. Underestimated at every turn, she succeeds beyond all expectations and soon finds herself a sought — after therapist to high-profile clients. Athletes, musicians, politicians and others living in the spotlight — all in a moment of crisis — clamor for her unique brand of tough love therapy.

As a newly single mom raising two teenagers, her start-up practice wreaks havoc on her life. But recognizing that she's changing people's lives for the better, she is determined to make her new career work by striking a balance between her personal and professional worlds.

Season 3

Season 3 picks up six months after the New York Hawks playoff run at the end of season two. Big changes at the team force Dani (Golden Globe-nominee Callie Thorne), TK (Mehcad Brooks) and Matt (Marc Blucas) to reconsider their futures with the franchise. After Dani's success with TK and the New York Hawks, a powerful sports and entertainment management agency run by the seductive Connor McClane (John Stamos) makes her a promising offer to join his firm. The new job could to launch Dani to the next professional level — but at what cost? TK struggles under the reign of a new coach. After a long absence, Nico (Scott Cohen) resurfaces in a surprising place, complicating life for Dani. This season will also welcome John Stamos, David Anders and Karissa Lee Staples to the cast.

Season 2

The sophomore season picks up with the aftermath of football superstar TK's (Brooks) shooting by a crazed fan. Also tackling football during the off-season, the series will give viewers a peek at the "backstage" drama that comes with training camp, scouting and drafting.

The "Necessary Roughness" cast also includes Marc Blucas ("Buffy, The Vampire Slayer," "Knight and Day"), Mehcad Brooks ("True Blood," "The Deep End") and Scott Cohen ("Gilmore Girls," "NYPD Blue").

"Necessary Roughness" was created by writers and co-executive producers Liz Kruger & Craig Shapiro ("Miami Medical," "The Challenge") along with supervising producers Donna Dannenfelser and Joe Sabatino. Kevin Dowling ("Sons of Tucson") directed the pilot and also serves as executive producer. Inspired by a true story, the series is a Sony Pictures Television and Universal Cable Productions co-production.

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Network: USA Network
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: June 29, 2011
Finale Date: August 21, 2013
Seasons: 3
Production Companies:
Sony Pictures Television
Universal Cable Productions

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