Darren Star, the writer and producer who brought viewers Sex and the City, has teamed up with fellow TV vet Jeffrey Richman to create a new series: Uncoupled. The dramedy (which can be streamed with a Netflix subscription) follows a newly single gay man, as he navigates the modern world of dating after his partner of 17 years leaves him. Star and Richman assembled a strong team of stars for the show, including leading man Neil Patrick Harris. And starring alongside him are Hollywood vets Tisha Campbell and Marcia Gay Harden, who recently opened up to CinemaBlend about what they learned from each other while working together.
Uncoupled touts a talented (and familiar) cast, and Tisha Campbell and Marcia Gay Harden were definitely big pick-ups for the series. Their resumes pretty much speak for themselves, as the stars each have numerous credits to their names. On the show, Harden plays the role of socialite Claire Lewis, who is still trying to figure out her new normal after being left by her husband after decades of marriage. Something that’s clear about Claire from the jump is that she has her fair share of eccentricities, and I brought those up while speaking with Harden during the show’s press junket. As it turns out, the veteran actress was able to draw from some real-life experiences while developing the character: