Elisabeth Moss picked up an honor tonight at the Critics' Choice Television Awards for her role in the TV miniseries Top of the Lake, but backstage, we also had to ask her about Mad Men. Elisabeth gave us a little hint to go on about the endlessly "mysterious" Bob Benson and also told us how her own experiences living in NYC have mirrored Peggy Olson's. Elisabeth also gave us the scoop on her dramatic new hair transformation, which she said was "Rihanna-inspired."
Bryan Cranston, former costar Jonathan Banks, and Breaking Bad's producers celebrated their tie with Game of Thrones for best drama tonight at the Critics' Choice Television Awards. We asked the crew to tell us about the mood on their last day at work shooting the series finale, which they said was full of tears and hugs. Bryan and Jonathan also told us whether they've patched things up after their memorable last moments on screen together.
Parenthood's Monica Potter took home the best supporting actress in a drama series award tonight at the Critics' Choice Television Awards after a season that hit especially close to home. Monica, who had a breast-cancer scare last year, portrayed her character Kristina's battle with the disease this year on the drama. See what Monica told us about the "incredible" opportunity to bring awareness to the disease and how women who have been touched by breast cancer reacted to the show's treatment of the illness.
Pretty Little Liars left fans with a major cliffhanger back in March with its shocking season-three finale. Actress Janel Parrish stopped by our LA studios today to talk about the drama's return, promising that the nagging mystery of who — or what — is in the trunk will be revealed "seconds" into this season's premiere. Janel also weighed in on the craziest fan theories she's heard about the ABC Family series and said we'll find out who's really wearing the red coat sooner than we might have guessed. Pretty Little Liars's season-four premiere airs tomorrow night at 8/7 p.m. Central.
Desiree Hartsock may have had her heart broken on the last season of The Bachelor, but she said she knew "yes" was the right answer when she was asked to sign on for The Bachelorette. Desiree stopped by our LA studios recently to weigh in on the strong personalities in this season's crop of men and whether Ben will emerge as the "bad guy" of the competition. She also reacted to some advice Sean Lowe publicly shared for her and reflected on whether she was surprised by the choice she made in the season finale. The next episode of The Bachelorette airs tonight on ABC at 8/7 Central.
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn are teaming up again, this time to get jobs at Google, in The Internship. Is the comedy, also starring Rose Byrne, Max Minghella, and Teen Wolf's Dylan O'Brien, worth seeing in theaters? Watch our video review now to find out if you should watch, pass, or rent this release.
Summer is almost here, and to fill the void left by your TV favorites, there's a slew of special new programming that will air all season long. If you're not excited about the new Summer shows, fear not: plenty of old standbys are about to return. Get the scoop on what to expect from Pretty Little Liars, Breaking Bad, and more.
Molly Sims is kicking off the Summer in a fun way. We caught up with the actress, mom, and model at the Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash this week, where she spent the evening riding amusement park rides while raising money for the organization. Molly spoke to us about her commitment to Jessica Seinfeld's charity for impoverished families, her hopes for her almost 1-year-old son, Brooks, and her plans for the Summer, which include time in a new home.
Fruitvale Station is a retelling of the shooting of Oscar Grant. In 2009, Oscar was gunned down by Oakland police, sparking a public outcry. We spoke with the movie's writer and director, Ryan Coogler, and Octavia Spencer, who plays Oscar's mom in the film, shortly after the drama received a standing ovation at its Cannes Film Festival premiere. The pair told us why it was vital to shoot the movie in the Bay Area, what they learned from their conversations with Oscar's family, and what being "embraced" by an international audience in France meant to them. Fruitvale Station will hit select theaters in the States beginning next month.
By all accounts, Jessica Seinfeld's having one very busy year. The Baby Buggy founder and cookbook author is celebrating her organization's 12th anniversary and is about to release her third cookbook, this one written for reluctant cooks who are afraid to step into the kitchen. We caught up with Jessica at Baby Buggy's Bedtime Bash last night, where she and a host of NYC-based celeb parents raised close to $500,000 for her charity. Jessica shared her thoughts on Baby Buggy's growth over the years, her kids' — Sascha, Shepherd, and Julian — Summer plans (hint: they're not as luxurious as you'd think!), and the one thing Jerry Seinfeld couldn't do to save his (or his wife's) life.