April Bowlby and Barbara Corcoran
Drop Dead Diva's resident pakery chef Stacy (April Bowlby) is in for a rude awakening when she seeks the business advice of Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran.
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Like the show's titular character, Drop Dead Diva is coming back to life!
After being canceled in January, the Lifetime series will return for a fifth season Sunday at 9/8c, picking up shortly after Jane Bingum (Brooke Elliot) kissed former love Grayson (Jackson Hurst) at her wedding to Owen (Lex Medlin). Oops! Meanwhile, Old Jane pushed the return button, sending her back to Earth. But whose body will she end up in? TVGuide.com spoke with executive producer Josh Berman to get the scoop on the new season:
April Bowlby, Barbara Corcoran
Popular Shark Tank panelist Barbara Corcoran can invest in and reject companies with ease, but how does she fare in her first acting role, playing herself on the July 7 episode of Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva? "I spent five to six hours memorizing my script," she says, "and I still flubbed my lines."
Jon Cryer and April Bowlby
After surviving the return of crazy Rose, the gang won't have a moment to catch their breath before another whack job from the past returns to wreak havoc on CBS' Two and a Half Men.
April Bowlby, who played Kandi — Charlie's actress/lover and Alan's second wife — in 15 episodes from 2005-07, will pop up in Malibu to seduce one of the regulars (the episode is scheduled to air November 29). And by regulars, I mean Alan (now at a high point in his relationship with Lyndsey), Lyndsey (none too pleased about Kandi's return), Jake (who'll catch an STD), Walden (who's starstruck by Kandi) or Berta (who gets a special birthday gift in the episode).
Drop Dead Diva
"The season is definitely heading towards a wedding with Jane and somebody."
That's right, Drop Dead Diva's former model-turned-lawyer — in another body, natch — may soon be walking down the aisle, according to creator Josh Berman, who says Jane (Brooke Elliott) will find herself in the middle of a love triangle between Grayson (Jackson Hurst) and Owen (Lex Medlin). However, the tables have turned this season, with Jane trying to move on from her former love while Grayson is coming closer to uncovering her secret: That she's his ex-girlfriend Deb. But is it too late for Grayson and Jane, especially after he shared that smooch with Stacy (April Bowlby)?
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Berman dishes on what's in store for the fourth season, which he says will be the "most satisfying" for fans of the couple who cannot be. Also, with a new guardian angel coming on this season, what does this mean for Fred (Ben Feldman, who's currently recurring on Mad Men)? And, how did Kim Kardashian handle all the jokes about her past? Get the scoop:
Kim Kardashian and April Bowlby
Reality star Kim Kardashian goes scripted this summer with a three-episode arc on Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva, beginning with the June 3 season premiere.
Kim Kardashian has signed on for a new TV project, but this time she won't be playing herself.
The 30-year-old reality star has booked a multi-episode arc on Drop Dead Diva, Lifetime announced Thursday.
Skechers replaces Kim Kardashian with a dog for Super Bowl commercial
As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Kardashian will play Nikki, a new love interest for Fred (Ben Feldman) who is also starting a new business venture with his...
The diva is back! Drop Dead Diva returns Sunday with a whole new set of challenges for Jane (Brooke Elliot), who will finally embrace that she is no longer a skinny model, but a strong and brilliant lawyer ready to take on the world.
"We call Season 3 the return of the diva, and by that we mean Jane has really come to terms with who she is," creator Josh Berman tells TVGuide.com. "She no longer looks in the mirror and feels shame. She looks in the mirror and feels pride. She's really owning who she's become as a mature woman."
Welcome to the new blog for Two and a Half Men. I'm Erin and I will be your guide for the rest of this season. So sit back, relax, and let's enjoy this ride together....First off, I know last night's episode was a repeat, but I think April Bowlby does such a good job as Kandi that I didn't mind watching this one again. This episode brought us back to the point where Alan is forced to come to terms with his second divorce, and all he wants to do is be able to "keep something." So what's left after Kandi claims dibs on the condo and the car? Man's best friend, of course, a huge great Dane by the name of Chester. This was not at all the dog I was envisioning when Alan asked Kandi to put Chester on the phone, so he could coo over him like a baby and ask "Who's a good boy?" But I guess trying to steal a great Dane out of an apartment is more humorous than trying to dognap a terrier, which is exactly what Alan resorts to doing. Meanwhile, Jake takes a bet from Charlie and consumes what m...