Allison Janney said she was convinced CBS would renew Mom, and that she assumes there's a very specific reason why it's ending in May after eight seasons.
Loyal viewers of the show "Mom" are trying to keep it on the air — especially in COVID times.
With the internet being pretty much endless bad news about the COVID pandemic, we aren't surprised that celebrities are all jumping on a viral meme inspired by Elf on the Shelf.
The "Will & Grace" actor has been posting daily Instagram videos filled with hilarious tales of his indoor life, as well as stories culled from his many years in show business.
Janney won the Best Supporting Actress prize last year for her turn opposite Margot Robbie in "I, Tonya."
The 'I, Tonya' Oscar winner was in the audience during Monday's premiere to cheer on the former figure skater.
Nominees are being given pepper spray and other personal safety products in support of the #MeToo movement, which blew up in October after the exposés of disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.
The Shape of Water and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri each scored two more huge wins. If you’re the betting type, the Oscars forecast became a lot clearer this weekend after Saturday’s Producers Guild Awards and Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Allison Janney tells "The Talk" that she sat down in a tight dress at a BAFTA event earlier this month, only to experience "the biggest rip you’ve ever heard."
When you think of award-worthy performances, you think profound. In the case of Allison Janney's scene-stealing work in “I, Tonya,” the more suitable word would be be profane.
In the acclaimed new mockumentary "I Tonya," Margot Robbie made it clear to her real-life subject that she was playing "a character," not Harding herself, who was banned from the sport in 1994 after her associates attacked rival Nancy Kerrigan.
Coming off its rapturous reaction at the Toronto International Film Festival — where Yahoo Entertainment called it one of the festival’s “hottest tickets” — the mockumentary-cum-biopic, I, Tonya, has released its first teaser trailer in advance of its Dec. 8 theatrical release. Directed by Craig Gillespie (of Lars and the Real Girl notoriety) the film stars a potentially Oscar-bound Margot Robbie as disgraced Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding, who was infamously implicated in a scandal to harm rival Nancy Kerrigan at the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships. It’s safe to say that Robbie knows plenty about Harding’s rise and fall now, aided by American co-stars like Allison Janney, who plays the skater’s nightmare-inducing mother, LaVona Golden. Though she doesn’t have a big role in this trailer, The West Wing star has been singled out amongst the ensemble cast as a comic force to be reckoned with.
Anna Faris's 'Mom' co-star Allison Janney opens up about how the actress is handling her breakup with Chris Pratt.
With nomination voting for the Emmys beginning next month, networks, studios and stars are beginning to think about their annual For Your Consideration campaigns. This year, though, the team behind one series is using the resources they normally put into an Emmy push for an entirely different cause: Planned Parenthood.
Allison Janney was in the running for Miranda on "Sex and the City" -- here's what torpedoed her chances of landing the part.
From 1999 to 2006, Allison Janney played Press Secretary C.J. Cregg on The West Wing, and she was perhaps the best woman to ever hold the job… well, maybe except for Melissa McCarthy’s hilarious portrayal of Sean Spicer. Variety recently interviewed Janney about the brilliant Aaron Sorkin series and the potential for more episodes.
Star-Lord took time off from saving the universe to drop in on Mom on CBS. You may ask yourself how a big time movie star like Chris Pratt was able to secure such a choice cameo on a CBS sitcom… Well, Pratt is Anna Faris’s real-life husband of seven years! And just like they are in their home life, the pair were head over heels for each other — buttering each other’s bread and literally going for a roll in the hay.