The best drama currently airing on television celebrates its 100th episode tonight on CBS. When Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Cary (Matt Czuchry) host a holiday party to officially christen their new law practice—and Spartan office space—it serves as the perfect backdrop for a perfect storm on The Good Wife.
With newly-elected Governor Peter Florrick (Chris Noth) in attendance, alongside political strategist Donna Brazile—and an appearance from Chicago's top drug lord—Florrick, Argos & Associates' debut is sure to be an interesting affair. Judging from the clip below, the episode will likely be stolen by Stockard Channing (Veronica) and Mary Beth Peil (Jackie), when Alicia and Peter's mothers get into a bitch battle royale. Watch the promo for The Good Wife's 100th episode after the jump!
Nikki/Dylan/Avery/Nick/Victor/Victoria: The socialite finally decides to gather Victor, Victoria and Nick for dinner at the GCAC to reveal everything about Dylan. As Nikki tries to tell her family the truth, the man of the hour walks in with Avery!
Nikki tries to convince her family to go to the ranch to discuss what she has to say in private, but you know Victor and Nick... They ain't leaving just because Dylan rolled in!
When Nick and Dylan start to rumble, will Mama Newman finally blurt out that she birthed the war vet? READ MORE
The Bold and the Beautiful's Jacqueline MacInnes Wood has been busy during her time off from the sudser. Wood is gearing up for the debut of E!'s new series, Party On, which she hosts.
The actress travels to the some of the most opulent and fabulous destinations around the world. Every week, Wood will party it up in a new country where some of the rich and shameless go, including: Istanbul, St. Tropez, the Croatian Island of Hvar and Turkey. Get a look at Wood's adventures after the jump! READ MORE
Based on the book of short stories of the same name by New York Times best-selling author Mary Higgins Clark, the pilot centers on Sandra “Sunday” O’Brien-Parker (Rachel Blanchard), a well-known attorney/private investigator. Sunday, along with her new husband and partner Henry (Mathison), who happens to be the departing White House Secretary of State and new Gov. of California, investigate her father (Wagner) and mother’s (Janet-Laine Green) kidnapping.
There have been tons of discussions online about whether former General Hospital superstar Steve Burton is being flown in for his current gig on The Young and the Restless. Monday night when Daytime Confidential's Jamey Giddens tweeted about Burton's alleged perk—amid news Billy Miller was out reportedly due to not being able to reach an agreement with Sony TV on his contractual outs—CBS Daytime's boss Angelica McDaniel denied her network was flying him in on Twitter.
However, in a recent radio interview with former TV brother Sean Kanan, Burton stated repeatedly Sony and Y&R showrunner Jill Farren Phelps did offer to fly him in to do the soap. He also stated he had a "fly-in deal" when Farren Phelps was at General Hospital and that talks at GH had never gotten to the point of flying the actor in before he opted to leave the ABC soap.
Later in the interview, Burton revealed Sony asked what it would take to get him — asking if wanted to be flown in. Even later in the conversation, Burton stated Sony said, "Sure we'll fly you in."
CBS Daytime maintains he isn't being flown in. Burton said during a radio interview he is. What's the real story? Check out an excerpt of Kanan and Burton's conversation on Kanan's Rules below! READ MORE
Wave goodbye to Billy Miller, kids. Since Miller and Sony Television couldn't reach a mutually acceptable deal, The Young and the Restless is bringing back the original adult Billy Abbott, David Tom!
The actor, who from 1999-2002 played Billy from a teenager to young adulthood, is returning to the serial where he won the Outstanding Younger Actor Daytime Emmy in 2000. The news of Tom's return was first reported on Twitter by TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan See his tweet below! READ MORE