This is going to be hard to watch. With their marriage having crumbled at the end of last season, Desperate Housewives' one stable couple, Lynette (Felicity Huffman) and Tom (Doug Savant), will enter the series' eighth and final season as a separated couple on their way to divorce. Executive producer Bob Daily confirms to me that both will be seen dating new people.
The series is on the lookout for a fortysomething
Kate Walsh and Benjamin Bratt, Private Practice
What's the one thing Private Practice's Addison Forbes Montgomery wants more than anything else in the world?
A baby, of course! Over the course of the series, Addison (Kate Walsh) has struggled with her inability to have a child, as well as Sam's refusal to start a new family with her. Benjamin Bratt to the rescue!
Private Practice finale scoop: Who is Addison's new mystery man?
He's no babydaddy, but in the season premiere of Private Practice, we'll learn how Bratt's character, Jake Reilly, will...
With Friday's release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, the franchise that made Emma Watson's career will come to a close. But that doesn't mean she's slowing down — according to The Hollywood Reporter, the 21-year-old actress has at least two movies in the works...
Just as Addison (Kate Walsh) and Sam's relationship has fallen apart on Private Practice, a mystery man enters the picture with a very tempting proposition for Addison.
Law & Order alum Benjamin Bratt discusses playing the new guy and what he might have to offer. "He is...
John Velazquez and Animal Kingdom
Animal Kingdom, who was 20-1 on the morning line, won the Kentucky Derby on Saturday.
Shackleford kept a commanding lead throughout the race, but Animal Kingdom, ridden by John Velazquez and trained by H. Motion, overtook his competitors on the homestretch to win the 137th Kentucky Derby. Velazquez, who was initially set to ride Uncle Mo before the horse was scratched, replaced jockey Robby Albarado after an injury. Shackleford only placed fourth.
Kate Walsh and Taye Diggs
Since Private Practice's Addison (Kate Walsh) issued an ultimatum to Sam (Taye Diggs) — have a baby with her, or they break up — she's faced with their relationship ending. Oh, and there's a new admirer for Addison, played by Benjamin Bratt.
Benjamin Bratt joins Private Practice
Still, Walsh insists: "It...
Jesse Williams, Sandra Oh, Kevin McKidd
If last season's bullet-riddled finale didn't teach you that lives on Grey's Anatomy can change in a heartbeat, then get ready for another harrowing reminder — this time with a fun, whimsical twist.
I was on set for a preview of the special March 31 episode, in which a crisis unfolds involving five-months pregnant Callie Torres (Sara Ramirez) and we're taken on a musical head trip through the doctor's mind. It's a clever device that allows most of the cast, plus guest star Kate Walsh, to break into song.
SPOILER ALERT: This article contains key plot details from Thursday's musical episode of Grey's Anatomy.
The cast of Grey's Anatomy is wearing Seattle Grace scrubs and small, unseen earbuds. There's blood, there's medical jargon and everyone is ... singing Snow Patrol's "Chasing Cars"? While this may sound like a bad Saturday Night Live skit, it's not. Thursday's episode, in which we learn what happened to girlfriends Callie and Arizona after that ominous fade-to-white, is a full-scale musical event, in which cast members sing many of the songs the show has made famous.
"I have been wanting to do it since we made the pilot basically," creator Shonda Rhimes says. "We needed it to make sense for our show. Plus, I had to convince the network, which took me seven years."
Exclusive: Shonda Rhimes reveals Grey's Anatomy musical details
Having a Tony-winning singer-actress in the cast — Sara Ramirez, who won for Spamalot — certainly helped matters. At the close of the March 24 episode, Ramirez's character Callie, who is pregnant, was — spoiler alert! — moments away from...
Friends and colleagues remembered Elizabeth Taylor not only as a Hollywood icon and screen legend, but for her revered generosity.
"Elizabeth, on every level, was a mensch. Kind, generous, brave," Taylor's Blue Bird co-star Jane Fonda said.
Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79
Taylor, who won Best Actress Oscars for 1960's BUtterfield 8 and 1966's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, died at 79 Wednesday of congestive heart failure.
"The shock of Elizabeth was not only her beauty," Mike Nichols, who directed Taylor in Woolf, said. "It was her generosity. Her giant laugh. Her vitality, whether tackling a ...
Kate Walsh, Matthew Rhys, Michaela Conlin
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What's coming up for Kevin and Scotty on Brothers & Sisters? — Amanda
ADAM: Something huge, according to series star Matthew Rhys. "No course ever runs smoothly, so unfortunately we have an enormous story line about to break," he says of an upcoming twist in Kevin and Scotty's adoption saga. Rhys, who also directs the revelatory episode, says the bombshell was crafted after ABC ordered four additional episodes for the end of the season. Any theories on what this bombshell could be?
What's next for Addison and Sam on Private Practice? — Sarah
NATALIE: After Addison's mother's suicide, "their next issue will be...