Katherine Heigl hasn’t earned herself the best reputation during her years as an actress in the Hollywood spotlight. Once demanding a paycheck of $15 million and initially being raved about as if she was set to be on par with gracious...Show More Summary
Katherine Heigl, Isaiah Washington, Columbus Short, and more actors who disappeared from Shonda Rhimes shows. Where are they now?
Katherine Heigl once commanded $15 million a film and was considered to be the next Julia Roberts. But now that NBC has cancelled State of the Union, a source close… READ ON
Actress Katherine Heigl shares one of her favorite recipes, a fresh and easy pasta dish that's perfect for summer.
Perhaps the best sign that Hillary Clinton's campaign has finally begun to sink under the damage and weight inflicted by non-stop scandals, lies, and ineptitude comes from popular culture. Katherine Heigl is leaving network TV again....Show More Summary
NBC’s State of Affairs has been cancelled after its freshman season. The show, starring former Grey’s Anatomy star Katherine Heigl as a CIA analyst, made a respectable debut, based largely upon Heigl’s name recognition, according to Deadline. Show More Summary
Not that there was any realistic hope for renewal of freshman State Of Affairs after its low-rated (and short) run, but NBC has made it official — opting not to go with a second season of the espionage drama starring Katherine HeiglShow More Summary
Emily VanCamp won't be getting her Revenge. Forever certainly didn't live to its name. It's a sad State of Affairs for Katherine Heigl. The Following lost its following. And Resurrection won't come back to life on the small screen. The networks are announcing which shows have been cancelled, and we have the comprehensive list here. Has your favorite been cut? CLICK [...]
NBC is getting out of the intelligence game, canceling "State of Affairs" after a single season.
Well, you can file this under the pretty much expected. Vulture can confirm that five NBC shows have bit the dust: David Caspe's post–Happy Endings project Marry Me, Katherine Heigl's State of Affairs, second-year About a Boy, Constantine (showrunner Daniel Cerone is still holding out hope), and the Ellen Degeneres–produced... More »
Another show is hitting the chopping block — this time it’s NBC’s State of Affairs, according to Variety. The show — which starred Katherine Heigl, Alfre Woodard, Adam Kaufman — only ran for one season and followed a CIA officer plucked from the field to become the president’s daily briefer. PHOTOS: Check out the latest [...]
Producers Warner Bros. Television is shopping the rare DC Comics misfire elsewhere. read more
There are certain titles you probably don't want to watch with your mom (Nymphomaniac, The Human Centipede, anything starring Katherine Heigl -- ugh, she's the worst), but there are still plenty of options that are mom-appropriate, and I want to know what your go-to choice is. Show More Summary
The talk show host "refuses to be silenced." John Oliver made a pretty good attempt at doing so, anyway
With Scott Foley’s track record on Shonda Rhimes shows, I have to wonder if he’s her new Katherine Heigl. Or is it that there’s just something so satisfying about killing off characters that seem so inherently good, despite being anShow More Summary
If you're curious to see Katherine Heigl in a similar light as some of her former colleagues, apparently, you might want to check out HOME SWEET HELL, in which she plays the stern, manipulative and all around insane wife of Patrick Wilson. The flick, which just arrived on DVD/Blu-ray yesterday, revolves around that classic scenario where a husband and wife... Read More...
Katherine Heigl has often been described as difficult, but her momager, Nancy, has an even worse reputation for berating crew members and barking orders. In his new Hollywood tell-all, comedian… READ ON
If Katherine Heigl thought the unappetizing dark comedy "Home Sweet Hell" might somehow help her flagging film career, she was greatly mistaken. As for her co-lead, Patrick Wilson, there simply had to be better choices out there for the talented, appealing actor. "Home Sweet Hell" makes his...
Katherine Heigl has exactly one funny moment in the dire black comedy Home Sweet Hell, which is still one more than anybody else has. It occurs about halfway through the film, when her character, a detestable housewife named Mona Champagne,...Show More Summary
Katherine Heigl is married to the famously sexy Josh Kelley. But when the two decided to don matching his-and-her bikinis, she rocked the competition, proving it by posting the photos to Instagram, reported the Huffington Post. “Having the time of my life in Punta Miita Mexico,” Katherine wrote for the caption. Show More Summary