Matt Czuchry has dabbled in the legal world with “The Good Wife” and been a part of a mother-daughter story for the ages with “Gilmore Girls.” But now he’s ready to get his hands dirty in the medical field on Fox’s new show “The Resident.” Seriously, it’s not going to be a pretty picture. Though Czuchry plays a charming doctor, don’t try and compare the series to “Grey’s Anatomy” — or any other medical drama for that matter — as the actor tells TheWrap this isn’t that kind of show.
Susan Braudy, the journalist and author accusing Michael Douglas of sexual misconduct, gave her first televised interview on Friday. “He thought he was the king of the world and that he could humiliate me without any repercussions,” she told “Today.”Braudy said Douglas’ inappropriate behavior towards her occurred 30 years ago when she was employed by the actor. “He slid down to the floor, unbuckled his belt, and put his hands inside his trousers. And I could see what he was doing,” she said.
Joel McHale is here to give you more Joel McHale with a little help from Netflix. The former “Community” star announced on Friday his new unscripted series, “The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale,” will hit the streaming service on Feb. 18. McHale will executive produce the series with “Bridesmaids” and “Ghostbusters” director Paul Feig. The first season will consist of 13 half-hour episodes to be rolled out weekly.
Rewatching @AHSFX#Coven (because) and all I want in life is for Jessica Lange to come back to the franchise. The thing is, I feel in my gut she already knows this — she just doesn’t care. https://t.co/5YIxLdNMg9
Don’t try to plan a honeymoon with someone who just passed the bar. They will never let you click the little “I agree” box without reading the legal disclaimer on every page of every website and you will likely celebrate your 5th anniversary before purchasing a plane ticket.
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Selecting a term
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