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It's a girl! E! News can confirm that Justified's Natalie Zea welcomed her first child with Travis Schuldt in Los Angeles on Oct. 25. The happy couple named their pride and joy Reygan Zea Schuldt and have been enjoying their new family of three. In a statement, the actress and new mama dished that she is already back to work on the TBS comedy The Detour, which will star Jason Jones this spring. And in the meantime, when she's not busy juggling her career and a newborn, the 40-year-old Texas native is going to be working on getting as much sleep as possible. Easier said than done for a brand new mom! Zea and Schuldt announced that they were expecting their first child together earlier »
Natalie Zea is going to be a mommy! The Justified actress is pregnant with her and husband Travis Schuldt's first child, Zea's rep confirmed to E! News Friday. Zea, 40, showed off her barely-there baby bump Thursday at the Too Late premiere at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Lacma). At first glance, the mom-to-be looks as slender and svelte as always, but if you look very closely, you can see the emergence of a tiny belly beneath her stunning orange gown! Per Us Weekly, who was first to report the news of Zea's pregnancy, the actress and hubby Schuldt's little one is due in the fall. The couple tied the knot last July on a private residence in Hawaii. Zea and Schuldt, also 40, »
Justifiably excited! Justified actress Natalie Zea and her husband Travis Schuldt are expecting a baby, a rep for Zea confirmed to Us Weekly on Friday, June 12. Zea, 40, is due in the fall. Zea debuted her tiny baby bump in a plunging orange Solace London gown at Thursday's premiere of Too Late in L.A. It will be the first child for the couple, who met when they costarred on the NBC soap Passions, and married last summer. Schuldt, also an actor, is best known as Keith Dudemeister on [...] »
Community's latest episode is essentially a half-hour meta-commercial, but that's not necessarily a bad thing...
This review contains spoilers.
6.7 Advanced Safety Features
“I disagree, I think it's a whole new story. I have a beard now.”
Community has always had a knack for integrating branded content while also hanging a lampshade on it, from season two's KFC-funded space simulator to the big sandwich residency that threatened to swallow Greendale whole at the end of season five.
It can't be a coincidence that Advanced Safety Features comes right in the middle of this season, because by tackling branded content full-on, it almost feels like a half-hour ad break. Just as last week's episode could be seen as a sequel to previous similar episodes, Advanced Safety Features directly picks up with the return of Rick, (Travis Schuldt) the corpohumanoid formerly known as Subway.
Last seen in season three's Digital Exploration Of Interior Design, »
A quick review of this week's "Community" (available, as usual, on Yahoo Screen) coming up just as soon as we're workshopping new handshakes... For the second week in a row, "Community" gives us an episode designed as a sequel to a previous one, with the return of Travis Schuldt (from season 3's "Digital Exploration of Interior Design") as Britta's one true love Subway, now freed of his "sandwich name" and able to go by Rick. That story was one of the best of the uneven third season, and there was more meat left on this particular bone than on last week's attempt to reprise "Cooperative Calligraphy" again. "Community" is always at its strongest when the stories have an emotional component to go with the parody, and Britta and Rick's genuine feelings for each other provided that amidst all the shilling for Honda, not to mention Billy Zane doing a poor »
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Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" episode 16 of season 15. The episode is entitled, "The Last Ride," and it turns out that we're going to see the team get involved with a murder case that features fancy rides and a chrome-covered victim, and more. In the new, 16th episode press release: The CSI team will investigate a death involving a vintage Rolls Royce and a Chrome-Covered victim. Press release number 2: The CSI team is going to investigate a death involving a vintage Rolls Royce and a chrome-covered victim. Guest stars features: Alimi Ballard (Detective Kevin Crawford), James Aldridge (Coroner Asst. Jimmy), Blair Bomar (Ava Montrose), Wil Traval (Carlo Derosa), Travis Schuldt (Aron Derosa), Matthew Glave (Ken Bixler), Karen Sillas (Ruth Montrose), Tracy Fraim (Duncan Reidel), Vito D'Ambrosio (Alfonz Derosa) and Benjamin Plessala (Young Aron Derosa). The episode was written by Gavin Harris, »
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“The Boy Next Door,” which opens on Jan. 23, 2015 and is rated “R,” also stars Ryan Guzman, Kristin Chenoweth, John Corbett, Bailey Chase, Ian Nelson, Lexi Atkins, Travis Schuldt and Kari Perdue from director Rob Cohen and writer Barbara Curry. The film is produced by Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions. Note: You must be 17+ to win and attend this “R”-rated screening.
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8 items from 2015
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