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Watch the insanely charming Lauren Graham talk about her new Ya novel, Someday, Someday, Maybe, about a young woman who is trying to make it on Broadway in the 90s. She talks about Parenthood's 22 episode pick up for the next season. She also talks about her upcoming movie. A Friggin Christmas Miracle, which Graham notes has an unfortunate title. And as always, rumors of a Gilmore Girls movie come up.
- Kerensa Cadenas
Can you picture Ving Rhames and Stanley Tucci as roommates? No? Well, they once were. The Frisky rounds up seven surprising pairs of celebrities who once lived together: Justin Long lived with Jonah Hill , but they fought about recycling, Long has said. "He would recycle everything. I would find banana peels and shards of glass in the recycling bin." Long eventually moved out. Lauren Graham and Connie Britton lived together in "an empty house that we weren’t supposed to be living in," Graham has said. "We had no furniture and all we ate were Rice Krispies Treats." Lindsay Lohan met »
- Evann Gastaldo
When Lauren Graham stopped by the TVLine offices recently, it wasn’t just for a casual sit-and-run. We had a lot to catch up on!
Besides sharing her hopes for the next season of Parenthood (“In 22 episodes, I’m pretty sure Sarah Braverman can stop sleeping on the pullout bed!”) and recalculating the odds of a Gilmore Girls movie (“to finish it the way [Amy Sherman-Palladino] would have finished it”), the multi-tasker explained just how autobiographical her best-selling new book, Someday, Someday, Maybe, is and reminisced fondly about her days as “Mrs. Joel McHale.”
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- Michael Ausiello
You can't go high brow all the time. Whether it's a chick lit confection, a bodice-ripper or a zombie fest, just-for-fun books have their place. See what our staffers are unwinding with below - and let us know what you're reading. Caryn Midler, Video Producer Her Pick: Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham The Parenthood star's first novel definitely has a chick lit feel, which I usually avoid like the plague, but I've been whipping through it while drinking tea and eating cookies. I love the characters and the gritty setting, New York circa 1995 (no cell phones!) Even though I know where the story's headed, »
Fox's pilot-pickup mania continues! After officially picking up four dramas, the network has picked up four comedy pilots, in addition to Seth MacFarlane's Dads, which already has a six-episode order. Andy Samberg's buzzed-about buddy-cop comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been greenlit, as well as projects starring Law & Order: Svu fan favorite Christopher Meloni and a romantic comedy that pairs Jason Ritter and Alexis Bledel. (Surely Parenthood's Lauren Graham has an opinion about that one!) Here's a quick rundown: Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Samberg and Last Resort's Andre Braugher star as a buddy-cop duo in this sitcom from Parks and Recreation's Mike Schur and Dan »
ABC 8:00 The Middle (new) 8:30 Family Tools (new) 9:00 Modern Family (new) 9:30 How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) (new) 10:00 Nashville (new) 11:35 Jimmy Kimmel Live (new, with guests Zoe Saldana and Bill Simmons) 12:37 Nightline (new) CBS 8:00 Survivor: Caramoan - Fans vs. Favorites (new) 9:00 Criminal Minds (new) 10:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (new) 11:35 Late Show With David Letterman (new, with guests Michael Strahan and Alyson Hannigan) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guest Lauren Graham) Fox 8:00 American Idol (new) NBC 8:00 The Voice (new) 9:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (new) 10:00 Chicago Fire (new) 11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guests Craig Ferguson and Connie Sawyer) 12:30 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests Rachel Maddow and Zachary Quinto) The CW 8:00 Arrow (new) 9:00 Supernatural (new) More »
- Maggie Pehanick
Tonight on The Tonight Show, watch NBC.s .Parenthood. star Lauren Graham admit that she has an extensive collection of blue denim... just like Jay Leno. Later, Graham discusses her new book .Someday, Someday, Maybe: A Novel. and what motivated her to write the book. Actor and comedian Ken Jeong shares what it was like having to jump off Caesars Palace with his fear of heights for the upcoming film .The Hangover Part III.. Patty Griffin performs. Jay Leno.S Monologue Tuesday, May 07, 2013 This Is Kind Of Interesting; CNN Anchor Carol Costello Was Robbed Of Her iPhone In Broad Daylight While Walking Down The Street In Atlanta. CNN Reporter Robbed In Broad Daylight. Unfortunately It Was On CNN, »
- April Neale
Ashok Amritraj’s Hyde Park International announced today that the company has picked-up international rights to directors Will Finn and Daniel St. Pierre’s 3D animated family adventure film Legends Of Oz: Dorothy’S Return starring Lea Michele, Martin Short, Dan Aykroyd, Jim Belushi and Kelsey Grammer. The film is from a script by Adam Balsam and Randi Barnes, based on the series of books by Roger Stanton Baum. Bonne Radford is producing alongside Ryan Carroll and Roland Carroll of Summertime Entertainment.
The film, scheduled for a May 2, 2014 domestic theatrical release by Clarius Entertainment on a minimum of 3,000 screens, will be introduced by Hpi’s President Eric Christenson and will screen at the upcoming Marché du Film. Cannes screenings are scheduled for Saturday, May 18th at 4:00pm at Olympia 2, Monday May 20th at 4:00pm at Olympia 2, and Tuesday, May 21st at 4:00pm at Olympia 8.
The film will »
- Michelle McCue
ABC 8:00 Splash (new, season finale) 9:00 Dancing With the Stars (new) 10:00 Body of Proof (new) 11:35 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (new, with guests Robert Downey Jr. and Simon Pegg) 12:37 Nightline (new) CBS 8:00 NCIS (new) 9:00 NCIS: Los Angeles (new) 10:00 Golden Boy (new) 11:35 Late Night With David Letterman (new, with guests Zooey Deschanel and Jim Gaffigan) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guests Ryan Seacrest and Andrea Osvárt) Fox 8:00 Hell's Kitchen (new) 9:00 New Girl (new) 9:30 The Mindy Project (new) NBC 8:00 The Voice (new) 10:00 Grimm (new) 11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guests Lauren Graham and Ken Jeong) 12:37 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests John Krasinski and Eli Roth) The CW 8:00 Hart of Dixie (new, season finale) 9:00 America's Next Top Model: College Edition (repeat) More TV to watch when you read more. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Lauren Graham, Parenthood actress (and new novelist!), 46, spills all. Graham's debut novel, Someday, Someday, Maybe, is out now. 1. If I'd been a boy, my parents were going to name me Grant. 2. My airport candy of choice is Swedish Fish. 3. When I was little, I would frequently perform the poem "Casey at the Bat" for dinner guests. Sorry, dinner guests. 4. I know every word of every song on Joni Mitchell's Blue. 5. I don't own a microwave. Photos: Best TV Couples of All Time 6. I love to redecorate. 7. I [...] »
While promoting her very first novel, Someday, Someday, Maybe, Parenthood's Lauren Graham revealed that she and Nashville's Connie Britton used to be roommates! And to think the gals who used to be on hard times went on to Gilmore Girls and Friday Night Lights.
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"We lived in an empty house that we weren't supposed to be living in," Graham, 46, revealed to Andy Cohen while appearing on Watch What Happens Live Thursday night. "We had no furniture and all we ate were Rice Krispies Treats."
"She didn't have any," she joked on whether or not Britton had any dirty habits. "What a breath of fresh air all the time!" Though she did admit that Britton, 46, would leave her »
- Stephanie Webber
Lauren Graham was certainly happy about NBC's pickup of "Parenthood" for a full 22-episode fifth season. She couldn't stop smiling and laughing during her appearance on "Watch What Happens: Live," where she charmed the heck out of host Andy Cohen.
She covered a lot of ground during their chat, recalling when she lived with Connie Britton during their struggling-actor years and had late-night Rice Krispie treat binges, and even apologizing -- sort of -- to fans of "Gilmore Girls" for the show's uneven final season.
"I feel like we did the best we could without the original creator of the show, but it would’ve been different, ya know, with her," she admitted.
And while she said she'd love to be able to announce a "Gilmore" movie, she hasn't heard from series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino about it. After the success of "Veronica Mars" on Kickstarter, though, there's obviously been a »
- Jason Hughes
Best roommates ever? On Watch What Happens Live Thursday, May 2, Parenthood actress Lauren Graham revealed that she and Nashville star Connie Britton used to live together -- as squatters? "We lived in an empty house that we weren't supposed to be living in," Graham, 46, revealed. "We had no furniture and all we ate were Rice Krispies Treats." During host Andy Cohen's 60-second speed round of questions about Graham's past roommate, she also joked that Britton, 46, would leave the dishes in the sink "forever" and would [...] »
"I don't know why I don't pick up knitting or watercolors," the 46-year-old actress joked in a recent interview, "but I wanted to write a book. There were times and days when it was fun and exhilarating and a lot of days where it was really hard."
"Someday, Someday, Maybe," published by Ballantine Books and now in stores, follows a 20-something aspiring actress named Franny Banks who is living in New York City in the 1990s.
The story isn't autobiographical, but obviously Graham could relate to Franny's struggle to break into show biz.
"I was more interested in (the) waiting, auditioning ... and that feeling when you're on the outside of something looking in. So many people in general and young actors »
Now that NBC has renewed "Parenthood" for Season 5, fans can start speculating about what the next chapter might hold for our beloved Braverman clan.
Star Lauren Graham stopped by HuffPost Live to discuss her new book on April 30, but naturally, her character's tumultuous love life came up too, since Sarah was involved with both her sweet younger fiance Mark (Jason Ritter) and her curmudgeonly employer Hank (Ray Romano) last season.
Asked who she thinks Sarah should end up with, Graham laughed and said, "Well, we don't have either of them for next season, so I might have to go back to Billy Baldwin."
But panic not, "Parenthood" fans -- we reached out to NBC for comment on that potential bombshell, and a spokesperson for the network said that at this stage, the producers don't know exactly what's in store for next season yet, and that since Jason Ritter has a »
- The Huffington Post
Here we are again, season finale time is kicking off. It seems like just yesterday that we were anticipating Revolution, excited for season 2 of Once Upon a Time, and wondering what Lena Dunham would bring us on new episodes of Girls. Oh, the passing of time. Now’s the time to catch up on The Following, Happy Endings, and The Americans (before their season finales this week)! Here’s how else to fill your pop culture desires this week:
The Following, 9 p.m., Fox
- Sarah Caldwell
Someday, Someday, Maybe – available April 30th – is Lauren Graham‘s debut novel. The star of Gilmore Girls and Parenthood offers up a coming-of-age story about Franny Banks, a twenty-something in New York who only has six months left on her self-imposed, three-year deadline to make it as an actress.
Sticking to the old adage that you should write what you know (at least, one is hard-pressed to imagine there isn’t a good deal of reflection going on here), Someday, Someday, Maybe takes us through Franny’s “pressure days” on the road to, she hopes, success. At times a kind of “everyactress,” Franny is waiting tables while looking for a big break, battling self-doubt, managing a long-distance relationship, and generally unsure what she’s supposed to be doing with herself.
Couple that classic tale of finding yourself with a certain Bridget Jones’s Diary-esque struggle to improve oneself that doesn’t amount to much, »
- Marc Eastman
"Parenthood has been renewed" for Season 5!
"Parenthood" consistently saw strong ratings during Season 4, with its premiere bringing in 5.48 million viewers in September and the finale racking 4.87 million in January. Season 5 received a 22-episode order, up seven episodes from last year.
Mae Whitman, who plays Amber on the series, tweeted about the renewal on Friday afternoon.
da bravermans aint goin Nowhere- extremely psyched about a fifth season pick up for Parenthood!
— mae whitman (@maebirdwing) April 26, 2013
"Everybody at the network has been so positive about the show and I think that they are fans of the show themselves and they really, creatively, loved the direction it went this year, so that’s really good," Katims said at Paleyfest in March. "I also know that the ratings are »
- Leigh Weingus
"Mad Men" resident bad boy Vincent Kartheiser dropped by the "Watch What Happens: Live" clubhouse. But while viewers love to hate his character, Pete Campbell, Kartheiser has never seen himself on-screen in the show. While he admitted he does watch most of the show, he doesn't watch his own scenes.
But that's not all he hasn't seen. "You are engaged to one of the stars of ‘Gilmore Girls,'" Andy Cohen pointed out, to which Kartheiser corrected him by saying, "The star." But does that mean he watched his wife-to-be, Alexis Bledel, on "Gilmore Girls"?
"I never watched the show," he admitted. "In fact, when I met her, I didn’t know who she was." If he never watched the show, that could explain why he thinks Bledel is the Gilmore Girl when everyone knows there were two of them. Nobody puts Lauren Graham in a corner!
Kartheiser put a »
- Jason Hughes
Although it may come off as a bit odd that "Parenthood" star Lauren Graham is dating her on-screen brother Peter Krause, Graham says her relationship with Krause -- who plays the responsible Adam Braverman on the NBC series -- just fell into place.
“It was just a funny timing thing,” Graham told More of Krause, whom she met in 1995 when both were guest stars on CBS' "Caroline In The City." “We were friendly. But our lives went in separate directions. I would see him now and again. It wasn’t like I thought, 'Oh, someday.'"
“We were just together,” Graham, who plays Sarah Braverman, recalled of reconnecting with Krause on the "Parenthood" set. “For whatever reason -- it could have been my upbringing or whatever -- but the idea of getting married when I was in my thirties panicked me. I was very ambitious. I just wasn’t ready. »
- Leigh Weingus
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