Being a reporter isn't always an easy job. But being an extra playing a White House reporter is definitely hard work.
I got my first taste of "stardom" in mid-August when I and a few other select real-life reporters were invited to be extras on Scandal. The ABC political fixer drama would be filming their second episode of the third season, which meant I may be able to find out what happens with Mistress-gate! I jumped at the opportunity, which would end up being one of the longest, yet enlightening nights of my life. The actual episode just aired Thursday, so there are spoilers ahead for those who haven't yet watched. Check out a timeline of my night as a Scandal extra:
Like mother, like daughter. That's the premise of CBS' new sitcom Mom, which stars Allison Janney and Anna Faris as dysfunctional mother-daughter pair Bonnie and Christy, who are both recovering addicts and less-than-exemplary parents. But they're working on it.
"Christy and her mom Bonnie are funny, intelligent women that have a bit of mess to them," Faris tells TVGuide.com. "I love that [Christy's] just hanging on by a thread. I love playing messy characters. ... She's been a really selfish person for a long time, and now she is really trying to turn over a new leaf, be a very present mom."
C.J. Cregg made a glorious return on The Arsenio Hall Show Tuesday night.
During an appearance on the talk show, Allison Janney mentioned Press Secretary Jay Carney had asked her to teach him "The Jackal," referring to her character's infamous West Wing lip-sync from Season 1.
This week, Jack Black launched his new web series Ghost Ghirls, FX went "Beyond The Bridge" and Funny or Die posted an open letter toNewsroom creator Aaron Sorkin. In non-celebrity news, a guy ...
Katherine Heigl may be returning to the small screen.
The Grey's Anatomy alum will executive-produce and star in a new CIA drama that has been acquired by NBC, according to The Hollywood Reporter.