At age 68, Mia Farrow is again top news. That's happened through her tell-all interview in VANTIY FAIR (sub. required). The article reminds us that we Baby Boomers first met her as Allison, the young writer, on "Peyton Place." The series was television's first prime-time soap opera. Allison was quietly putting into a book the sexual antics of the seeming quiet town.
The Farrow interview could be aimed at continuing to help her son Ronan's amazing career trajectory. It is now rumored that he will be a news correspondent on MSNBC. Between the interview and that rumor, the Farrows have dominated the news. Also, all this could undercut Woody Allen's comeback through "Blue Jasmine."