Post by Lisa Fogarty. Katherine Heigl is beautiful, talented and, okay maybe a little rude (or so we hear) but it's difficult to believe she would have to trick a guy to commit to her. But that's exactly what the 35-year-old State of Affairs actress admitted she did in order to get husband Josh Kelley to put a ring on her finger. Show More Summary
Post by Jenny Erikson. Katherine Heigl has gotten quite the reputation for being difficult to work with in Hollywood, but she's doing everything she can to refurbish her image these days. In an interview for The Meredith Vieira Show...Show More Summary
Katherine Heigl made her return to network television this week on NBC’s (anticipated?) ‘State of Affairs.’ While the majority of tweets about the show were positive, those who made the comparison between the plot of ‘State of Affairs’...Show More Summary
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Shonda thinks Katherine is a beyotch! Last month in an interview, Shonda Rhimes expressed that the success of her TV shows is partially due to her dedicated cast and crew and her “no a–holes” policy. In the same breath, she
‘State of Affairs’ star Katherine Heigl is STILL trying to explain her bad behavior from her ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ days. She was asked about Shonda Rhimes comments about her in a recent interview. RELATED: Shonda Rhimes blasts Katherine Heigl. Katherine said: The last one with Shonda…it sucks. I am sorry that she feels that way and […]
State of Affairs, as we observed in September, has some problems. But it also has a high budget, a bankable star and a time slot after NBC's flagship show, The Voice, as well as viewers who probably forgot The Blacklist is on hiatus until next year. Show More Summary
Share this image Katherine Heigl has been in the public spotlight for much of her life. Best known for TV series Grey’s Anatomy and the very funny movie Knocked Up, she now stars in State of Affairs, debuting tonight on NBC. While you...Show More Summary
Katherine Heigl told Mario Lopez that she’s sorry that her former “Grey’s Anatomy” boss Shonda Rhimes “is left with such a crappy impression of me” and that she watches Rhimes’ other show, “Scandal,” every week. She also said that her reputation for being difficult on set “took some stomaching and having to just go, ‘Okay [...]
Katherine Heigl says it "sucks" that Shonda Rhimes doesn't like her - Us Weekly Did Melissa McCarthy lose weight? - ET Katy Perry is covered in seagulls - Huffington Post Scarlett Johansson looks great postbaby - OK! Everything you need...Show More Summary
The State of Affairs star has a tendency to speak her mind and has been known to throw a tantrum. Here's why you should stop hating her and start appreciating this proper Hollywood diva.
By now, you’ve probably heard that Katherine Heigl has a reputation of being difficult. The stories started in 2007 when the actress criticized her star vehicle “Knocked Up” for being sexist. Rumors continued the following summer after...Show More Summary
You may remember actress Sheila Vand from her performance in Ben Affleck's Oscar-winning film Argo. These days, however, you can catch her every week starring alongside Katherine Heigl in State of Affairs on NBC. We sat down with Sheila to talk about the wide range of roles she's taken on lately.
One of TV?s most verbally vicious behind-the-scenes battles has been the ongoing spat between Grey?s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes and the series? former star Katherine Heigl. Heigl responded to Rhimes' recent bout of crap-talking, and it probably isn't what you'd expect. Click To Continue Reading
The documentary “Washington in the ’80s” (WETA at 8 p.m.), which follows WETA’s docs “Washington in the ’60s” and “Washington in the ’70s,” examines the tumultuous decade from a local point of view, highlighting Ronald Reagan’s presidency, the AIDS quilt on the Mall and the city’s homeless population. Read full article >>
NBC topped the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic on Monday night with help from "The Voice" and the premiere of Katherine Heigl's "State of Affairs."
“State of Affairs,” a nicely polished but plenty bananas CIA drama premiering Monday on NBC, wants its lead character, a White House briefer played by Katherine Heigl, to be the perfect offspring of “Scandal’s” Olivia Pope and “Homeland’s” Carrie Mathison, with paternal genetic material supplied by an anonymous donor (“24’s” Jack Bauer). Read full article >>
STATE OF AFFAIRS!! Does Herc Call In A Strike On NBC’s New Katherine Heigl Series From Joe Carnahan, Writer-Director Behind Neeson’s A-TEAM And THE GREY?? Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! “State of Affairs,” from big screen...Show More Summary
It's no secret that Katherine Heigl left a bad taste in Shonda Rhimes' mouth when she quit Grey's Anatomy. Now, the actress wishes she could wash it right out. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Katherine Heigl Mario Lopez Grey's Anatomy Extra Shonda Rhimes State of Affairs
Monday night was the premiere of State of Affairs, NBC's new DC drama and Katherine Heigl's solemn return to television. I'm glad NBC decided to fill this void because between Scandal, House of Cards, Veep, Homeland and Madam Secretary, I was seriously craving a television program that gave me an inside look into a fictional White House. Read more...