Lauren Graham is going from Parenthood to Couple-dom. The actress, whose NBC drama is in the midst of its final, 13-episode season, has landed a guest-starring role on CBS’ upcoming reboot of The Odd Couple, where she’ll play the ex-wife of Matthew Perry’s Oscar, TVLine has confirmed. Despite the fact that the union between Oscar and Graham’s character, Gaby, was a stormy, the couple will nevertheless exhibit warm chemistry as
Lauren Graham accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!! She was challenged by Connie Britton and nominated Miles Heizer. Check out her video. Thanks @conniebritton! I hereby nominate @milesdheizer, @jsampancake and @JasonRitter.
http://t.co/rgCRGgSg98 — Lauren Graham (@thelaurengraham) 22 augustus 2014
Stars Valerie Bertinelli, Kelsey Grammer and Lauren Graham will also search their family history on the TLC series The second season of TLC’s genealogy docu-series “Who Do You Think You Are?” will feature six new journeys with Valerie Bertinelli, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Lauren Graham, Kelsey Grammer, Cynthia Nixon, Rachel McAdams and her sister, Kayleen McAdams. Also, TLC has acquired 10 episodes from the show’s previous seasons on NBC. The episodes
NBC is bringing back the Bravermans for one final run. The family drama from Friday Night Lights boss Jason Katims will be back for a sixth season after coming to terms with its A-list cast for an abbreviated final season of 13 episodes. The official announcement was included in NBC’s 2014-15 upfront schedule release, with Parenthood slated to kick off the season with a return to its Thursdays at 10
Have we just seen the last of Parenthood? The critically praised NBC family drama had been expected to get one final season to close its run. I hear that is in jeopardy. The plan had been for a 13-episode final chapter, matching the sendoff of another acclaimed but ratings-challenged NBC series, comedy 30 Rock. However, in order to cut costs, I hear the network, which owns the show, has asked
Josh Wiggins, Thomas Haden Church and Jay Hernandez are already in the cast. Parenthood star Lauren Graham is joining the cast of Max, MGM’s family adventure from Boaz Yakin. Yakin co-wrote the script and is directing the picture, which is due to begin shooting in May in North Carolina. Karen Rosenfelt and Ken Blancato are producing. Max, co-written with Sheldon Lettich, tells of a military dog who is traumatized by
With The CW expected to start formally ordering pilots in the coming days, new details are emerging (OK, a single detail — but it’s a biggie!) about one of the network’s buzziest properties: The Lauren Graham-penned dramedy based on the Parenthood star’s debut novel, Someday, Someday Maybe. According to sources, the project — which follows a young woman nearing the end of a self-imposed time limit to find success as
I will be guest hosting for Piers Morgan on Monday. My guest will be Lisa Kudrow, Lauren Graham and lots of experts on Drug Court.
CNN! — matthew perry (@MatthewPerry) July 19, 2013
How awesome is this!? Lauren’s bestseller Someday, Someday, Maybe is being turned into a television series produced by Ellen. Deadline reports: On the heels of her successful debut novel, New York Times bestseller Someday, Someday, Maybe, Lauren Graham is venturing into screenwriting. The actress has closed a deal with Warner Bros. TV and Ellen DeGeneres‘ studio-based A Very Good Production for a series adaptation of her book, which was published
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