On a Wednesday afternoon in late August, Kerry Washington's shih tzu-Yorkie mix, Josie, is napping contentedly on a Hollywood soundstage sofa as her Emmy-nominated owner gets back to the business of being scandalous. Clad in her character Olivia Pope's trademark Armani, Washington is...well, we can't tell you what she's doing, who she's doing it with, or even where they're doing it. If we did, Scandal creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes would unleash the show's figurative guard dogs, the fearsome spies of B613, on us.
Ellen DeGeneres and Chelsea Handler
Chelsea Handler made sure her E! talk show Chelsea Latelywent out with a bang Tuesday night, thanks to some help from her celebrity friends.
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Mary McCormack, Josh Randall
Mary McCormack and Josh Randall are joining Scandal's fourth season, TVLine reports.
Katharine McPhee, Michael Morris, Mary McCormack
Did Katharine McPhee have an affair with her Smash director Michael Morris? New photos indicate that the pair's relationship may have been less than professional.
Welcome to the Family
To many, Mike O'Malley is best known for playing Kurt Hummel's extremely supportive and loving father, Burt, on Glee. But in his new sitcom, Welcome to the Family, O'Malley's character Dan Yoder isn't quite a doting dad.
"What's stitched on the pillow in many a living room: 'There are two things we should give our children: one is roots and the other is wings.' Dan would amend that to 'a swift kick out the...
Samantha Isler, Sean Hayes
This fall you can really feel the Modern Family influence in the development of most networks' new comedy slates, and it's especially noticeable on NBC's Thursday lineup. With the exception of the long-running Parks and Recreation, which until the double expectancy whammy of Ann Perkins and Ron's Diane had been curiously child-free for a show supposedly set in America's heartland, NBC's new sitcoms are very much in the family way, for better or worse.
One actually bills itself as Welcome to the Family (8:31/7:31c), and if familiarity is a prerequisite for your viewing patterns, you'll feel right at home here. This innocuous domestic farce pivots on a culture clash between...
Ricardo Chavira and Eva Longoria
It's a Desperate Housewives reunion!
Eva Longoria has been tapped to guest-star on NBC's upcoming fall comedy Welcome to the Family, Deadline.com reports. Longoria will reunite with her longtime Desperate co-star Ricardo Chavira, who played her onscreen husband.
Welcome to the Family draws inspiration from famous families
The series follows...
Welcome to the Family
NBC's new comedy Welcome to the Family may portray a white family often bumping heads with a Latino family, but the cast and creator Mike Sikowitz clarified that the sitcom is not a culture clash.
The series follows a white family (Mike O'Malley and Mary McCormack) and a Latino family (Ricardo Chavira and Justina Machado) who bond when their children (Ella Rae Peck and Joey Haro) fall in love and plan a family.
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Frederick Weller and Mary McCormack, In Plain Sight
It took until the very last day of shooting on In Plain Sight, but after five seasons and 61 episodes, the show finally brought them together for good.
"We had two people on our production team get engaged a few hours before we wrapped," Frederick Weller tells TVGuide.com.
"Mary [McCormack] set the whole thing up. She pretended like she just wanted to make a speech between takes. She asked if anybody else had anything to say. The second A.D. stood up and said he just was so happy to be able to work on the show for five years with the woman he loves — they've been with us since Season 1 — and then...
Mary McCormack, Stephen Lang
On last week's In Plain Sight, Mary (Mary McCormack) welcomed her fugitive father, James (Terra Nova's Stephen Lang), with open handcuffs rather than open arms. And based on this exclusive sneak peek from Friday's episode (10/9c on USA), things between the two aren't going to get warm and fuzzy anytime soon — even when they have to work together.
In Plain Sight's Mary McCormack: It feels right to end the series now
"We needed a...