Mike O'Malley and Mary McCormack play parents dealing with their daughter's unexpected pregnancy in NBC's new fall comedy "Welcome to the Family."
Justina Machado is set as a lead opposite Mike O’Malley, Mary McCormack and Ricardo Chavira in Welcome To The Family, NBC‘s single-camera comedy from Mike Sikowitz and Sony TV. It chronicles how cultures collide when white parents (O’Malley,...Show More Summary
NBC?s Welcome to the Family, a multi-cultural comedy pilot from Rules of Engagement?s Mike Sikowitz, has added another face to the cast. The latest addition is In Plain Sight?s Mary McCormack.
Desperate Housewives‘ Ricardo Chavira is set as a lead opposite Mike O’Malley and Mary McCormack in Welcome To The Family, NBC‘s single-camera comedy from Mike Sikowitz and Sony TV. It chronicles how cultures collide when a white family...Show More Summary
The "In Plain Sight" star will play Mike O'Malley's wife in the single-camera project. read more
Mary McCormack is set to star opposite Mike O’Malley in Welcome To The Family, NBC‘s single-camera comedy from Mike Sikowitz and Sony TV. It chronicles how cultures collide when a white family and a Latino family are bonded together by their children who fall in love followed quickly by an unplanned pregnancy. Show More Summary
On Election Day, Bridget Mary McCormack won a seat on the Michigan Supreme Court. Why should you care? Because she may very well owe her victory in part to Facebook, where more than half of her late-game advertising budget was spent. A week before the election, victory was far from assured. Show More Summary
Democrat Bridget Mary McCormack believes Facebook -- specifically about $51,000 of Facebook ads -- won her a seat on the Michigan State Supreme Court. She got 1.53 million votes, beating Republican incumbent Stephen Markman for the first...Show More Summary
By Richard K. BarryIf you haven't seen perhaps the best political video of the season, that's about to change.Bridget Mary McCormack is a candidate for Michigan's State Supreme Court. Her sister, Mary McCormack, is an actor who justShow More Summary
Much of the cast for the show came together to record a video tied to the campaign of Bridget Mary McCormack for the Michigan Supreme Court. Ms McCormack's sister, Mary McCormack, was also on the show and in the video.
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The West Wing cast reunites for Michigan Candidate Mary McCormack's ad (The Frisky) Jennifer Aniston has been pregnant 15 times at least (The Stir) Oprah on philanthropy, failure and what every guest asks her - including Beyonce (Forbes...Show More Summary
Michigan Supreme Court candidate Bridget Mary McCormack has the campaign ad to trump all campaign ads: her sister Mary McCormack was on “The West Wing” and pulled some strings to get the cast together and film this amazing four-minute long Aaron Sorkin-style ad. All my old favorites are back — Donna! CJ! Josh! — and [...]
Trying to get your campaign video to go viral? How about getting the cast of the “West Wing” to reunite? It worked for Bridget Mary McCormack, a candidate for Michigan’s State Supreme Court. The four-minute video — with Martin Sheen,...Show More Summary
(CNN) - A candidate for Michigan's Supreme Court is getting a little help from "The West Wing"… television show. Bridget Mary McCormack, whose sister Mary McCormack played deputy national security adviser Kate Harper on NBC's television series "The West Wing," is on the ballot this fall in Michigan as a nonpartisan candidate for the state's [...]
While I don't officially endorse Bridget Mary McCormack, who is running for a seat on the Michigan State Supreme Court, I do endorse the viewing of the campaign ad she's running for her non-partisan race. As the sister of actress Mary McCormack, who played security advisor Kate Harper on The West Wing, she was able [...]
It's a mini "West Wing" episode with almost all the cast members reuniting!
At the very least, vote in Bridget Mary McCormack for making this happen. ... More »
Political geeks, rejoice! The West Wing is back! Well, sort of. All of our favorites from Aaron Sorkin's television classic reunited to make this video on behalf of Bridget Mary McCormack, who's running on the nonpartisan ticket forShow More Summary