Linda Cardellini on being a 'mama bear' to 'Dead to Me' co-star Christina Applegate after her MS diagnosis: 'We’ll be friends forever'
Cardellini explains why she and Christina Applegate "were crying some really big tears" as they shot the “Dead to Me” series finale.
Christina Applegate details 'scary' period before MS diagnosis: 'This body that I had known was no longer mine'
"There is no processing the fact that you have a lifelong degenerative disease," the Dead to Me star said of her 2021 diagnosis. "Maybe other people could have gone into acceptance. I’m just a year in, so I’m still in that mourning process."
Christina Applegate leans on TV mom Katey Sagal at Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony 1 year after MS diagnosis
The "Dead to Me" star, making her first public appearance since her multiple sclerosis diagnosis last year, reunited with her "Married... With Children" family at emotional unveiling.
"People are going to see me for the first time as a disabled person, and it’s very difficult," the "Married … With Children" alum and "Dead to Me" star said of her Nov. 14 Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony.
Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini are 'badass b****es' in 'Dead to Me' final season trailer: 'We are in this together'
"We've been through a lot already … and we survived because we had each other."
Christina Applegate can't walk without a cane and gained 40 pounds after MS diagnosis: 'I want people to know that I am very aware of all of that'
With the final season of "Dead to Me" dropping on Netflix on Nov. 17, Applegate said, "This is the first time anyone’s going to see me the way I am. I put on 40 pounds; I can’t walk without a cane. I want people to know that I am very aware of all of that."
There's a little more life left in Dead to Me: Netflix has renewed the Christina Applegate-Linda Cardellini dark comedy for a third and final season. Meanwhile, series creator Liz Feldman will remain in the Netflix fold via a multi-year deal development deal with the streaming giant. "From start to finish, Dead To Me is exactly the show […]
The first full-length trailer for Dead to Me's upcoming second season takes an interesting, potentially spoilery turn at around the 90-second mark — consider yourself warned. Despite the fact that the Netflix comedy's inaugural season ended with Christina Applegate's Jen and Linda Cardellini’s Judy standing over Steve's dead body, the trailer prominently confirms that the […]
‘Dead to Me’ Season 2 Trailer: Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini Know They’re Not in a Fairy Tale
With the second season of "Dead to Me" having landed a release date, it's time to find out what's been going on with strained besties Jen and Judy.
Netflix’s ‘Dead to Me’ Officially Renewed for Season Two, with Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini Returning
Big news for Dead to Me fans: Netflix has officially renewed the series for season two. Yup, the dark comedy, which stars Christina...
Here’s some killer news to start your week: Netflix’s dark comedy Dead to Me, which marks Christina Applegate’s return to television, will drop Friday, May 3, TVLine has learned. Dead to Me stars Applegate as Jen, a sardonic widow determined to solve her husband’s recent hit-and-run murder. When she meets an optimistic free spirit named […]
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Kristen Schaal's Reporter Suspects Funny Business in Kidnapping Comedy 'Austin Found' (Exclusive Clip)
Exclusive clip from comedy 'Austin Bound,' about obsession with celebrity and how far people are willing to go to acquire public profile in reality-TV age
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We talk to Linda Cardellini, Norbert Leo Butz, Owen Teague, and Andrea Riseborough.
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Danny Rayburn haunts the second season of 'Bloodline,' which starts streaming on Netflix on Friday.
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Ho, ho… oh no. In this exclusive clip from the forthcoming Christmastime comedy Daddy’s Home, Will Ferrell plays a bad Santa. He stars as a radio exec named Brad who has just married the woman of his dreams: Sara, played by Linda Cardellini. The thing is, she has two children from a previous relationship with a freewheeling guy named Dusty (Mark Wahlberg), who hasn’t been around much… until now. Trying to shake off Dusty, Brad vies for the attention of his stepkids — at the expense of their unreliable birth dad.