Call it puppy love. That's the best way to explain why Mad Men's Jon Hamm and his
longtime girlfriend, actress Jennifer Westfeldt, couldn't resist an offer to guest star on PBS' kiddie cartoon Martha Speaks. "They are dog lovers," says executive producer Carol Greenwald.
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Any news on what's ahead for Cristina and Owen on Grey's Anatomy? — Lisa
ADAM: If there's one thing we know about Dr. Yang, it's that her career always comes first. Has her time with Owen changed that? We'll find out when Cristina gets stuck with a very difficult decision that could drastically affect not only her future, but also one of her closest relationships.
I'm dying for 24 to start again. What will the new cast members be up to? — Cassandra
MICKEY: You've probably heard Cole Ortiz (Freddie Prinze Jr.) described as
The cast for 24's eighth season, to be set (if not entirely filmed) in New York City, is starting to assemble.
Jennifer Westfeldt, who had a memorable guest-starring arc on Grey's Anatomy/Private Practice this season — and who gets to call Mad Man Jon Hamm her beau — will fill the recurring role of Meredith Reed.
Described by the Hollywood Reporter as "an ambitious journalist," Reed has ties to ...
Longtime couple Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt have taken the next big step in their relationship: forming a production company.
The Mad Men star and Westfeldt, a screenwriter/actress, have launched Points West Pictures, which will find them collaborating ...
So we premiered last week, and you all kicked some major tushy in getting our show some good numbers! Thanks for showing up! Welcome to the universe of Notes from the Underbelly for all you Idol watchers. Now this is your mission, should you choose to accept it: Call, email, send a smoke signal to anyone and everyone youve ever met and tell them not ask them to turn on our show and enjoy the funny this Wednesday at 8:30 pm/ET on ABC. If you do, some great stuff is going to happen for you. I dont know what that is, but its gonna be sweet. Real, real sweet. In this next episode Lauren (Jenn Westfeldt) is having trouble deciding if she should quit her job as a high-school guidance counselor to be a "stay-at-home mom" or keep her job and be a "working mom." Julie (Melanie Paxson) attempts to woo her to stay home, while Cooper makes an equally compelling and might I add sexier and hotter reason to stay in the workforce. The girls duke it ou...