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Everwood premiered on in 2002, and ran for four seasons, before being cancelled by The WB in 2006, as it was merging with Upn to form The CW. Created by Greg Berlanti, this family drama set in fictional Everwood, Colorado, featured widowed Manhattan neurosurgeon, Dr. Andrew Brown (Treat Williams). In the wake of his wife's death, Brown moves his children Ephram (Gregory Smith) and Delia (Vivien Cardone) to the small town.The two-part series finale, "Foreverwood," aired on June 5, 2006. Everwood also starred: Emily VanCamp, Debra Mooney, John Beasley, Chris Pratt, Tom Amandes, Stephanie Niznik, Merrilyn Gann, Scott Wolf, Sarah Drew, Jan Broberg, Sarah Lancaster, Marcia Cross, Justin Baldoni, and Whitney Lee.After the jump, find out what Berlanti, Ep Rina Mimoun, and the stars have to say about Everwood's cancellation. Read More… »
“Stand Up to Cancer” staged its fifth televised fundraising special on Friday at Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles.
The telefundraiser, which was executive produced by Bradley Cooper, attracted some of the biggest names in Hollywood. The red carpet was graced by A-List celebrities and media personalities that included Cooper, Emma Stone, Tony Hale, Kathy Bates, Mayim Bialik, Marcia Cross, Eric Stonestreet, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Shannen Doherty, and Katie Couric, among many others.
Couric, who is one of the co-founders of the foundation and serves on SU2C’s Council of Founders and Advisors, noted that teamwork and cooperation is essential in finding a cure for the disease.
“I think that collaboration is the key,” said Couric. “I think as we understand more and more how cancer cells behave, we’re going to figure out more and more ways to attack them.”
Couric also stressed the necessity of continuous cancer research.
- Arya Roshanian
Do you like everyone you've ever worked with? Even the most chilled-out people butt heads with others sometimes. That tension only gets worse if you're forced to spend a ton of time together while filming. No, not all co-stars are friendly all the time, even if they play two peas in the proverbial pod on TV.
The real-life tiffs between actors can be difficult for fans to digest. As much as you worship the stars of your favorite shows, you also want to believe that some of the relationships playing out on screen are equally poignant and close behind the scenes. These six sets of feuding television cast-mates prove that the stars really are like regular people: Sometimes, they just can't get along.
1. 'The Good Wife' (2009 - )
- Sage Young
Official photos from the season 1 finale (season 1 episode 22) of Quantico, airing Sunday, May 15 at 10pm on ABC.
"Yes" -- It's graduation day for the Nats of Quantico, while, in the future, Alex and her team find themselves head-to-head with the terrorist. Guest starring: Marcia Cross as Claire Haas, Mark Pellegrino as Deputy Director Clayton Haas, Jacob Artist as Brandon, Ariane Rinehart as Louisa, Li Jun Li as Iris Chang, Jay Armstrong Johnson as Will Olsen and Henry Czerny as Walter Keyes. »
If you thought Lily van der Woodsen was a mother with issues, just wait until you meet Laura Wyatt.
The two fictional characters bear an extreme likeness — because they’re both played by Melrose Place alum Kelly Rutherford — but while the Gossip Girl matriarch’s heart was usually in the right place, the Quantico mama’s motives aren’t as clear.
RelatedQuantico Ep Teases Another Nat’s Absence From Future Storyline
Rutherford debuts on the ABC drama this Sunday (10/9c) as the until-recently-presumed-dead mother of Johanna Braddy’s Shelby. We caught up with Rutherford in advance of her first »
Official photos from season 1 episode 18 of Quantico, airing Sunday, April 17 at 10pm on ABC.
"Soon" -- At Quantico, the NATs look into each other's background to determine who gets high-level security clearance, and in the process Alex, Shelby and Iris learn some surprising truths about Drew, Will and Caleb. Meanwhile, in the future, Alex contacts Claire Haas (guest star Marcia Cross) in order to find her missing friends and is shocked when she discovers what happened to Caleb. »
Official photos from season 1 episode 16 of Quantico, airing Sunday April 3 at 10pm on ABC.
"Clue" -- The Nats are given an unwinnable exercise that hits too close to home for Shelby: At Quantico, the Nats are given a training exercise that hits too close to home for Shelby. While in the future, Alex finds an unlikely ally in Hannah, as she continues to try and stop the terrorist from striking again. Guest starring: Marcia Cross, Eliza Coupe, Jacob Artist, Lenny Platt, Li Jun Li and Jay Armstrong Johnson. »
Official photos from season 1 episode 15 of Quantico, which airs on Sunday, March 27 at 10pm on ABC.
"Turn" -- Quantico is under attack when a terrorist cell tries to infiltrate the campus: A terror cell tries to infiltrate Quantico, forcing Miranda and Liam to pay a deadly price. While in the future, Alex continues to get instructions from the terrorist -- only this time, it's Claire Haas' (played by Marcia Cross) life that hangs in the balance, on Quantico. »
Bravo's latest reality series takes you inside one of life's most exclusive clubs: Motherhood. People has the exclusive First Look at There Goes the Motherhood, a new reality show debuting this spring about six Los Angeles mothers who meet after snagging spots in the highly coveted mommy group run by parenting expert Jill Spivack. "Being a mom is kind of like an exclusive club," says one of the mothers in the supertease. "You experience things on a whole different level, and the only people who can really relate are other moms." This season's mothers includes: Beth Bowen, Jen Bush, Stefanie Fair, »
- Chancellor Agard, @chancelloragard
At long last, Quantico has finally returned from its winter hiatus. The mid-season finale had some big reveals and cliffhanger moments, so let’s jump right in and see what happened in tonight’s spring premiere, “Alex.” The episode opens with Alex, post-bombing, testifying before the Senate about Elias. She’s working to convince the world that he was simply the scapegoat, but she’s finding it difficult to convince those that are most important, such as Caleb’s mother Claire (played by Marcia Cross), the Democratic nominee for Vice President. We got a little taste of Claire at the end of the first half of Quantico‘s
Quantico Review: Alex Testifies Before Congress »
- Jasef Wisener
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