July marks the 25th anniversary of one of television's most iconic series: Seinfeld. And for one cast member, her career is anything but cursed.
After the Emmy-winning comedy signed off in 1998, Julia Louis-Dreyfus added a second Emmy to her collection for The New Adventures of Old Christine in 2006. Now, the 53-year-old is aiming for an Emmy three-peat next month for her hilarious turn on the HBO comedy Veep.
Learn more about Louis-Dreyfus' legendary career, starting with her days on Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons. Plus: See what she says her secret to success is:
CBS has ordered a pilot for the comedy Save the Date, from former That '70s Show executive producers Jackie and Jeff Filgo, TVGuide.com has learned.
In Save the Date, the newly single...
Fox has given a series order to Mulaney, a new ensemble comedy from comedian John Mulaney and Saturday Night Live showrunner Lorne Michaels.
NBC has ordered a remake of the 1960s drama Ironside, TVGuide.com has learned. This time around, Blair Underwood will star in the role made famous by Raymond Burr, Entertainment Weekly reports.
There will soon be a new face in the Department of Justice on The Good Wife.
New Adventures of Old Christine star Hamish Linklater has landed a guest spot on the CBS legal drama that could potentially turn into a recurring role, TVLine reports.