The Parenthood star, 46, opened up about her intestinal issues after sharing a photo of her bloated stomach on Wednesday night, which prompted speculation that she was pregnant with her fourth child.
She explained in a YouTube video that she posted the photo to raise awareness of intestinal issues and to encourage people to get a colonoscopy.
“So we posted something yesterday about my belly, and thank you for all of the well-wishes — I’m not pregnant. I’m kind of a little old to be pregnant,
The 46-year-old Parenthood alum — she starred as Kristina Braverman on the six-season NBC dramedy — posted a picture of her protruding belly on Instagram Wednesday suggesting she and husband, Daniel Christopher Allison, are expecting their second child together.
Sharing a photo of herself cradling her stomach, Potter wrote on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, “I have something to share…”
Representatives for Potter did not immediately respond to People’s request for confirmation that she was expecting.
Potter and Allison, an Orthopedic Surgeon at USC County Hospital, are parents to 12-year-old daughter,
Though Potter is best known for her role on the popular family drama, Parenthood, the 46-year-old actress also runs Monica Potter Home near her hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. But with her busy schedule and family in Los Angeles, Potter has found it more and more difficult to keep the home goods store afloat.
In Tuesday's episode of The Profit, Potter enlists the help of businessman and investor Marcus Lemonis to give her financial and strategic guidance to ensure that her small business keeps its doors open. Unfortunately for Potter, sometimes the truth is hard to hear.
In Et's exclusive sneak peek from the episode, Potter discovers that the company's finances aren't exactly in the best shape, even though their monthly profits are relatively healthy. When Lemonis asks how much money Potter has put into the store over the years, he's stunned to learn
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On Tuesday, Hollywood’s sweetest families took to social media to show off their pint-sized patriotic tots and give a glimpse into how they were ringing in the Fourth of July.
Mom of two Christina Aguilera posted several shots on Instagram of her brood — fiancé Matthew Rutler, daughter Summer Rain, 2½, and son Max Liron, 9½ — posing on a pier with an American flag.
“Happy 4th of July!! ❤️,” she captioned the series of snaps.
Hope everyone had a great #4thJuly pic.twitter.com/1es4iSkfgM
— Terri Seymour (@TerriSeymour) July 5, 2017
My "mane men" on America's birthday! ❤️
Now the eighth film in the franchise from Lionsgate has an official title: Jigsaw. The announcement came via Twitter on the official Saw page. You can see the image of the logo above.
The horror franchise revolves around the fictional character John Kramer, also called the “Jigsaw Killer” or “Jigsaw,” who traps victims in situations that test their will to live. “Jigsaw” will open four days before Halloween on Oct. 27 in the U.S., followed by international launches in early 2018.
The movie was shot in November and is in post-production. Variety reported in January that Laura Vandervoort and Hannah Anderson had been announced as the first actors. Tobin Bell has played Jigsaw in the previous films
The film — the first “Saw” title in seven years — is directed by the sibling team of Peter and Michael Spierig from a script by Pete Goldfinger, Josh Stolberg, James Wan, and Leigh Whannell. Producers are Mark Burg, Gregg Hoffman, and Oren Koules, the trio that has produced all eight films.
Lionsgate has long specialized in genre fare such as the “Saw” franchise, produced by Twisted Pictures. The original “Saw” cost $1.2 million in 2004 and was Wan’s feature film directorial debut from a screenplay by Whannell. Cary Elwes, Danny Glover, Monica Potter, Michael Emerson, Ken Leung, Tobin Bell, and Whannell starred.
The first seven “Saw” films grossed more than $870 million worldwide combined. The Spierig brothers’ credits include 2003’s “Undead” and 2009’s “Daybreakers.”
The announcement about the name change came on Wednesday through the horror series’ official Twitter account.
#Jigsaw – In theaters October 27, 2017. pic.twitter.com/2gb0sq3yte
— Saw (@SawMovie) June 21, 2017
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“We congratulate them on their success, but we like winning,” CBS senior exec VP Kelly Kahl said. He also pointed out that even CBS’ “Blue Bloods” has a larger audience than any other drama on the other networks, except “This Is Us.”
“The Big Bang Theory” is the “Wayne Gretzky of comedy,” he noted, arguing that no other half-hour comes close in total viewers, which is why they’re big on spinoff entry “Young Sheldon.” The show was recently renewed for two more seasons, a negotiation that Moonves characterized as amicable.
He also said he “hoped” that the show will continue even beyond that. “We’ll do these two years and we’re not going to just lay down,
“Wisdom of the Crowd” comes from executive producer Ted Humphrey and is “inspired by the notion that a million minds are better than one, a visionary tech innovator (Jeremy Piven) creates a cutting-edge crowdsourcing app to solve his daughter’s murder, and revolutionize crime solving in the process.”
Jeremy Piven stars with Richard T. Jones, Jake Matthews, Blake Lee, Natalia Tena, and Monica Potter. The show is based on the Israeli format of the same name. and comes from executive producers Avi Nir, Alon Shtruzman, Peter Traugott, Rachel Kaplan (Keshet Media Group), Dror Mishani and Shira Hadad. Adam Davidson is executive producer and director; CBS Television Studios is the
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