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The 36-year-old actress revealed the "big news" during her Bitch Sesh podcast on Wednesday.
"I'm so excited," Wilson said to co-host Danielle Schneider. "I was feeling so sick for about a month but now I’m not feeling great."
The Happy Endings star, who is in her second trimester, isn't having any pregnancy cravings yet, but she did share a hilarious story regarding a recent Thai food order gone wrong.
"I start weeping, my hands are shaking," Wilson said, recalling how devastated she felt when she realized the restaurant had gotten her order wrong. "My husband, he is the kindest man in the world, he was terrified."
"I'm crying so hysterically, he had to give me a towel to dry my tears," she said.
Wilson and Caspe, have been married »
Congratulations are in order for Casey Wilson and her family! The Happy Endings alum is expecting her second child with husband David Caspe. Casey, who is currently in her second trimester, announced the exciting news on her B*tch Sesh podcast on Wednesday, saying, "Some big news on my end, which is that I am pregnant again. I'm so excited. I was feeling so sick for about a month, but now I'm . . . not feeling great." Casey and the producer tied the knot back in 2014 and are already parents to nearly 2-year-old son Max (who, by the way, makes a mean Donald Trump). »
- Monica Sisavat
And a baby makes four! Casey Wilson just announced the exciting news that she is pregnant with her second child with husband David Caspe. The former star of Marry Me and Happy Endings spilled the details on today's episode of her hit podcast with fellow comedienne Danielle Schneider, Bitch Sesh. "Some big news on me end, which is that I am pregnant again," she began by saying during an opening convo with Schneider. She dished that she's in the middle of her second trimester and that she's "so excited" about her second one's arrival. "I was feeling so for about a month but now I'm…not feeling great," she told listeners. Wilson »
Casey Wilson has some a-mah-zing news!
The actress announced on her Bitch Sesh podcast Wednesday that she is expecting her second child with writer and producer husband of two years David Caspe. “Some big news on my end, which is that I am pregnant again,” said Wilson, who said she is currently in her second trimester.
“I’m so excited,” the Happy Endings alum continued. “I was feeling so sick for about a month, but now I’m … not feeling great.”
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- Karen Mizoguchi
A hit usually spawns a multitude of clones: Given the success of “This Is Us,” you’d expect to see a slew of family dramas being developed for next fall.
But an analysis of the pilots on tap for the 2017-2018 season shows networks are steering clear of directly copying the NBC hit. Instead, sibling shows are the hot new trend for next season, perhaps tapping into audiences’ affinity for the Pearson trio.
Here’s a look at pilots in contention which revolve around adult siblings, just like “This Is Us”:
“Amy’s Brother,” Fox
An unconventional family is formed in this pilot when a successful type-a man and his estranged sister, plus her two children, find themselves not only back in each other’s lives but also living under one roof. “Bridesmaids” screenwriter Amy Mumolo stars as the title character, and Melissa McCarthy are executive producers.
“Losing It,” ABC »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Ellen DeGeneres is set to host Ellen’s Game of Games, NBC’s supersized, standalone version of the popular games from the daytime-tv queen’s eponymous talk show.
Contestants will be pulled from the audience to maneuver obstacles, avoid plunges and answer questions, all to receive a cash prize from Ellen herself.
“We’re pulling out all the stops — gigantic sets, hilarious games,” DeGeneres said in a statement. “It’s going to be like a combination of American Ninja Warrior, RuPaul’s Drag Race and a water park. Ok, it’s nothing like that, but you should still watch.”
Continue reading on Women and Hollywood »
- Laura Berger
The Days of Our Lives actress whose name will forever be tied to one of the 2016 presidential election’s biggest controversies has announced her plans to leave the NBC soap.
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Zucker, who has played the adult-film star-turned-reporter-turned-publisher-turned-publicist for the better part of the last 19 years, tells the magazine that she began contemplating “making the shift” off the daytime drama two years ago.
“The Sackett Sisters” is a comedy about the Sackett family, which is reunited when two estranged sisters (Wilson and Philipps) perform an act of public heroism and are forced to navigate the aftermath together. Whitford will play the dad, Henry Sackett.
The single-camera comedy pilot hails from “30 Rock” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” scribe Luke Del Tredici, who will serve as executive producer with Tina Fey, Robert Carlock and David Miner. Universal Television is producing with Fey’s Little Stranger shingle.
“The Sackett Sisters” is shaping up to be one of NBC’s hottest comedies with Fey exec producing, and Wilson and Philipps as the co-leads.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Happy Endings alumna Casey Wilson is set as the co-lead opposite Busy Philipps in The Sackett Sisters, NBC's single-camera comedy pilot from former 30 Rock executive producers Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. Written by Brooklyn Nine-Nine executive producer Del Tredici, The Sackett Sisters is about two estranged sisters — played by Wilson and Philipps — who perform a Sully Sullenberger-esque act of public heroism, then are forced to navigate their newfound notoriety together… »
NBC has cast its other Sackett sister.
The single-camera project revolves around the Sackett family, which is reunited when two estranged sisters perform an act of public heroism and are forced to navigate the aftermath together.
Wilson will topline the comedy as Sutton Sackett, the cautious, humble and smartest member in the Sackett family of train wrecks who moved as far from the others as possible the minute she was old enough. Now »
- Lesley Goldberg
Dream teams don’t get any dreamier than this.
The single-camera project — penned by Fey’s onetime 30 Rock charge Luke Del Tredici — centers on two polar-opposite estranged sisters, Wilson’s Sutton and Philipps’ Mandy, who perform an act of public heroism and are forced to navigate the aftermath together.
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While Mandy is a living »
We’re only on night two of The Voice’s Blind Auditions, and already, we’ve I’ve learned so much: You guys love Lauren Duski a lot, you love Michael Slezak even more (then again, he is not only a god but an impossible act to follow), and it’s unwise to play any drinking game that involves doing a shot every time Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s relationship is referenced and/or the couple canoodles.
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During Tuesday’s episode, we also learned the identities of »
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The actress, best known for her roles on Hulu’s The Path (also a Katims joint!), has joined the cast of NBC’s high school-set pilot, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Forsyth’s character, Gwen Strickland, doesn’t just get what she wants — she demands it; unfortunately, “trouble at home and then trouble on stage start to rattle what had been a very confident high school student. »
How many TVs do you regularly use in your home? The answer is likely to be, “Fewer than we used to.”
A new survey released on Tuesday by the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows that the average number of televisions in U.S. homes is declining, going from 2.6 (in 2009) to 2.3.
The percentage of houses with three or more TVs ended a decade-long upswing, slipping from 44 to 39 percent, while those with no TV whatsoever — including, presumably, that head-scratcher of a girl I couldn’t bring myself to date at college — rose from 1.3 to 2.6 percent. (Seriously, she grew up without a TV. »
“This Is Us” is coming to Austin. The next round of Atx Television Festival panels have been announced, and they include a “This Is Us” discussion, Lisa Kudrow’s “The Comeback,” and a “thirtysomething” reunion.
NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke will join “This Is Us” creator Dan Fogelman, executive producer Ken Olin, and stars Milo Ventimiglia and Mandy Moore for a panel about the biggest success story of the 2016-17 TV season, which recently received a rare two-season renewal.
On the reunion side, “thirtysomething” cast members Ken Olin, Patricia Wettig, Peter Horton, Melanie Mayron, Timothy Busfield, and David Clennon — many of whom directed episodes of the series when it was on the air and have gone on to direct and produce several other series over the years — will be getting together to mark the 30th anniversary of the series.
- Oriana Schwindt
You loved the Marry Me TV show. You might have proposed, if NBC hadn't cancelled Marry Me, after one short season. Well, have we got a proposal for you. The entire one-season series is now on DVD and is available for purchase on Amazon. Why not treat yourself, and buy it?A sitcom featuring a couple who’s been together for six years and are more or less ready to wed, Marry Me ran on NBC for only 14 episodes, between October 2014 and February 2015. All 18 episodes produced are included the DVD set. Casey Wilson, Ken Marino, Sarah Wright Olsen, John Gemberling, Tymberlee Hill, and Tim Meadows star.Read More… »
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