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Kathy Bates: 'NBC Treated Harry's Law Like $#*!'
Well more than a year after Harry’s Law got cancelled, Kathy Bates is still game to pluck the Peacock for its treatment of the two-and-done David E. Kelley legal drama.
“I think they treated us like …READ MORE
American Horror Story Scoop: Ryan Murphy Teases Kathy Bates' Turn as a 'Bad, Bad Woman!'
Exclusive: American Horror Story Season 3 Pits Jessica Lange Against... Kathy Bates!
American Horror Story is ratcheting up the Misery in Season 3.
Oscar winner Kathy Bates is nearing a deal to join FX’s hit spookfest as a nemesis to Jessica Lange, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Bates will play …READ MORE
Two and a Half Men Bringing Back Charlie in April - But There's a Twist!
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Best Actress in a Drama?
The 2010 Emmy winner for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series — The Closer‘s Kyra Sedgwick — didn’t even crack the list of nominees for 2011, which will add a dose of unpredictability to the category when the winners are announced at the Sept. 18 kudo-fest. But which woman is most worthy of taking home the statuette? …READ MORE
Harry's Law: 6 Things To Know About David E. Kelley's New Legal Dramedy
This Monday at 10/9c, NBC presents its case for Harry’s Law, the latest legal dramedy from David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, The Practice). The series stars Oscar winner Kathy Bates as Harriet Korn, a patent attorney whose bad attitude lands her on the street, where she ultimately sets up a storefront law firm-slash-shoe store. Rounding out the cast are Studio 60‘s Nate Corddry (playing Harry’s first, unsolicited hire), American Dreamsgirl Brittany Snow (as Harry’s assistant, Jenna), and newcomer Aml Ameen (as the firm’s first new client).
Does Harry’s Law uphold Kelley’s quirky mantle? Here’s six things to know going in. READ MORE
Scoop! The Office's Big Goodbye Is Sooner Than You Think
Just when you thought you’d heard everything about The Office‘s farewell storyline for Steve Carell (and thus Michael Scott), this bit of news comes bounding in: Carell’s final appearance on the beloved NBC comedy will air … READ MORE