10 items from 2013
With Hudson comes humor! Lindsay Price welcomed her first child, son Hudson, with her chef fiance Curtis Stone in November 2011, and the new mom tells Us Weekly she hasn't stopped smiling since. "I have to have a better sense of humor than I did before," the actress said with a laugh when asked about her approach to life since giving birth. The Beverly Hills, 90210 and Lipstick Jungle alum, 36, explains that her priorities quickly shifted in the time since her baby boy came into the [...] »
- Allison Corneau
The spinoff of "NCIS: Los Angeles" has put the final piece of its cast in place.
"Grey's Anatomy" and "24" veteran Kim Raver has joined the cast of the planted spinoff, which will air as an "NCIS: La" episode in April. She'll play Paris, the leader of the "Red" team of traveling NCIS agents who work cases across the country. Raver's character is described as brilliant, athletic and a bit of a loner.
Gillian Alexy ("Damages") and Kenneth Mitchell ("Jericho") have joined the spinoff cast as well. John Corbett and Edwin Hodge round out the new team, while Miguel Ferrer will split time between "NCIS: La" and the spinoff should it be picked up.
Raver finished a three-year run on "Grey's Anatomy" at the end of last season. She guest-starred on several episodes of "Revolution" earlier this season; her credits also include "Third Watch," "Lipstick Jungle" and "The Nine." »
“They’ve known each other for quite some time, as their paths have crossed off-and-on over the past 20 years,” a source told Us Weekly.
Melissa, a mother of two, and Timothy were engaged over the holidays and celebrated their impending nuptials at Mr. Chow restaurant in Beverly Hills on Jan. 28.
This will be the third marriage for both Melissa and Timothy, 55.
Previously, Melissa was married to Bo Brinkman and Bruce Boxleitner. Before her marriages, Melissa was romantically linked to Tom Cruise, John Cusack, Scott Baio and Rob Lowe, whom she dated for six years.
Timothy was previously married to Radha Delmarter and then Jennifer Merwin. He has three children. »
- Christopher Rogers
Exclusive: Former UTA agent Rob Kim is joining Apa as a VP after a five-month stint at Untitled Entertainment. At Untitled, Kim served as a literary and talent manager, and was to help set up and run the firm’s new dedicated television production arm. I hear he didn’t feel management was a good fit for him and wanted to return to agenting. Kim is expected to start at Apa on Monday. “We’re thrilled to have Rob join our ranks,” said Apa Evp and partner Lee Dinstman. “His experience working with some of the top showrunners, producers and talent in the industry will be an enormous resource as Apa continues to grow.” I hear Untitled, which has four series on the air that it had set up before Kim’s arrival, including HBO’s Enlightened and Showtime’s upcoming Ray Donovan, plans to hire a replacement. Kim was »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
With the news that Kate Winslet is very close to signing on to star in the film adaptation of Divergent (presumably, though nof officially, as cunning antagonist Jeanine Matthews), it’s only natural to start thinking about how else director Neil Burger (Limitless) should fill out the cast.
Veronica Roth’s 2011 Ya thriller often gets compared to The Hunger Games. And it’s true, both series feature brave, bad-ass heroines in a dystopian future and plenty of life-or-death action. Divergent’s Beatrice Prior, 16, must choose a faction to call home. Each faction is dedicated to virtues found within society: There »
- Sara Vilkomerson
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the character will be newly assigned to Joint Base Marshall; act as a fierce advocate for the Air Force; clash with Brian McNamara's General Holden; and possess a tragic past.
Army Wives premieres on March 10 and will include such new faces as:
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It sounds like wedding bells are getting louder for Lindsay Price and fiancé Curtis Stone. "We are going to do something small," the Lipstick Jungle actress told us at the G'Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala about planning their impending getaway nuptials. "We're going to do something away from home and we're going to do it over four days." Price says wedding planning has been a little harder since she and Stone welcomed their 1-year-old son Hudson back in November 2011. "My hands are full, we do both have full hands," she laughed, adding, "Hopefully [it will happen] sooner than later, as long as everyone says that they can make it." Price says »
In case you feel like you don't have enough drama in your life, ABC is seeking to fill that void with Mistresses, an adaptation of the popular British series. The stateside cast includes Alyssa Milano and Lost's Yunjin Kim as part of a group of girlfriends whose love lives are active and sexy, but very complicated. I gave the pilot a watch to bring you my verdict on Mistresses and whether you should set your DVR to record this soapy new series. What it's about: Savannah (Milano), April (Rochelle Aytes), Josslyn (Jes Macallan), and Karen (Kim) are a tight-knit group of friends, and they're each in a different transition in their love lives. Married Savannah is trying to get pregnant, widowed April is trying to date again, therapist Karen is getting over the death of her lover, and Jes is single and loving it - and she intends to stay that way. »
- Shannon Vestal
On TV this Sunday: Hawaii Five-0 has the Jimi Hendrix experience; Good Luck Charlie says goodbye (for now); there’s trouble when Abaddon becomes Enlightened and the Nfc and Afc Championships set up the Super Bowl. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features, here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
3 pm Nfc Championship (Fox) | The San Francisco 49ers go up against the Atlanta Falcons; the winner of this match-up will battle the winner of the Afc Championship game (Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots, which starts on CBS at 6:30) at the Super Bowl.
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- Kimberly Roots
Most of us know the story of Carrie Bradshaw, candid writer, shoe aficionado and hopeless romantic. "Sex and the City" introduced us to the style icon as a thirty-something singleton in Manhattan, but the HBO show was never too concerned with her past -- her family was mentioned in throwaway lines, and it wasn't until "SatC" creator Candace Bushnell published "The Carrie Diaries" in 2010 that fans got a true glimpse into what the author intended for the character, first introduced in 1997.
Now, The CW has adapted "The Carrie Diaries" into a prequel series, combining what we know of Carrie from the beloved HBO dramedy and Bushnell's books and blending it into a heady cocktail of '80s nostalgia, coming-of-age drama and a surprising amount of heart. Though discrepancies exist between HBO's version of Carrie, her literary self and the new CW precursor (played by AnnaSophia Robb), Bushnell hopes that when fans see "The Carrie Diaries, »
- Laura Prudom
10 items from 2013
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