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ET was in Rhinebeck, New York for Chelsea Clinton's wedding weekend and caught up with the father and mother of the bride, former President Bill Clinton and current U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, as well as their famous friends!
ET was on hand as "Cheers" co-stars Kelsey Grammer and Ted Danson reunited in Los Angeles at a star-studded event Monday night, where they dished on their former co-star Kirstie Alley's upcoming reality show.
With one of the most shocking season premieres ever, "Damages" had audiences riveted to their seats with the slaying of a family pet, high-stakes legal manipulations and murder most foul. In fact, the season has seen multiple murders. It is such a thriller that series star TED DANSON, who plays the allegedly corrupt Arthur Frobisher, tells ET he heard that the series has very little tune-out once people tune-in.
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Newly married mama KATIE HOLMES is back to moviemaking with the 2008-slated comedy 'Mad Money,' and our JANN CARL headed to the Shreveport, Louisiana set for an exclusive interview with Katie and her co-stars QUEEN LATIFAH and DIANE KEATON.
"I was ready to go back to work," Katie says. "I really enjoyed the time that I had to be at home and just be a mom. Now I'm excited to be back to work. I always planned on it."
"Help Me Help You" is a comedy about Dr. Bill Hoffman, a respected therapist with a set of eccentric patients. Dave just attempted suicide; Jonathan is a self-proclaimed metro-sexual who is in denial of the fact that he may possibly be gay; Inger is a self-made millionaire with no social skills; Darlene has many issues, including an obsession with Dr. Hoffman and Michael has serious anger management issues.
Dr. Hoffman, however, soon realizes that his life may not be any more together than the lives of his patients as he is forced to deal with the end of his 25-year marriage to his wife, Anne, and with the fact that his daughter is dating her psychology professor.
ABC has three of the hottest TV shows on the tube right now: "Grey's Anatomy," "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives." That doesn't mean the alphabet network can rest on its laurels, so for the fall, it has announced that it is picking up several pilots.
Dramas: TAYE DIGGS, who spent a season on UPN in "Kevin Hill," returns to the small screen to headline "Day Break," the story of a cop who has been framed for murder. Also making a return to TV is "Ally McBeal" star CALISTA FLOCKHART as an outspoken radio personality swept up in a wave of family drama in "Brothers & Sisters." From "Sex and the City" writer JENNY BICKS comes "Men in Trees," which follows the misadventures of a relationship coach (ANNE HECHE) who fails to follow her own advice.
With the end of shows like "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "Friends," there are a number of TV veterans out of work -- but not for long! Small-screen faves like PATRICIA HEATON and MATTHEW PERRY are heading back to the tube with all-new pilots. TV Guide's CRAIG TOMASHOFF reveals where you may be seeing the top stars this Fall!
"Primetime TV loves its handful of people," he says. "Once you're in, you're in -- they'll always use you. If you have somebody people know you're going to automatically get people tuning in."
J.R. Ewing, Sam Malone and the Dark Knight of Gotham City himself have entertained the masses since the '60s -- and their efforts have not gone unnoticed! The casts of "Dallas," "Cheers," "Good Times" and "Batman" united for one special evening as classic TV was celebrated on Sunday at the fourth annual TV Land Awards.
Earning the Pop Culture Award, which honors a show that has crossed the line from television series to pop culture phenomenon, appropriately went to the hit nighttime soap "Dallas." The show, about a family of rich Texas oil millionaires, ran from 1978-1991 and began as a five-part mini-series. And along with reminiscing about their long-running series, the stars had the big-screen version of 'Dallas' on their mind.
As "Fat Actress" star and JENNY CRAIG spokesperson KIRSTIE ALLEY gears up for the premiere of her highly anticipated new Showtime series, her "Cheers" co-star TED DANSON reveals to ET what is was like working with the hilarious actress.
"I remember when we used step up as a group at 'Cheers,' he reminisces. "If it was live, all of us would go 'Oooh, what's Kirstie going to say? You stand next to her. I'm going to go over here!'"
Known for her deliriously infectious tunes, over-the-top ensembles and wild romance with Russell Brand, Katy Perry is this season's hottest item! And after her chart-topping summer filled with campy concerts, this brunette bombshell just can't be stopped!
Famous for her funky fashion sense and tongue-in-cheek get-ups, take a look at the sexy lady's high octane style!