"I was very nervous," the actress confesses. "I came into that in their final year, which is really hard to do. The girls are really set in their ways, and I was the new girl."
Milano was accused of being a hypocrite because of her political stance.
Executive producer Alyssa Milano discusses her new documentary 'Surge' and shares her thoughts on being Ivanka Trumps "girl crush"
Kanye West, D.L. Hughley, Madonna and Tom Hanks have all suffered from COVID-19.
Alyssa Milano has been a vocal opponent of both President Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump.
The actress and activist recently revealed she's tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies.
Alyssa Milano appeared on "Cuomo Prime Time," just one day after revealing on Instagram that she tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies.
Alyssa Milano thought she was dying during months of coronavirus symptoms.
A&E, along with MGM’s Big Fish Entertainment, which produced the show, announced Wednesday that a decision had been reached to cancel “Live PD”
She went on to say she can’t wait to vote him out in the November election, adding, “Maybe you’ll see the results from your baby bunker.”
After the actress was mocked for wearing a crochet mask, she explained how effective they can be — with a special accessory.
“Insatiable” has been canceled.The Netflix series comes to an end after two seasons“We will not be coming back, sadly,” one of the series’ stars Alyssa Milano replied to a fan’s question about a possible Season 3 on Twitter.Also Read: 'Insatiable' Creator on Patty and Bob's Killer Season 2 Finale Revelations, Plans for Season 3Netflix confirmed the cancellation Friday.Here is the official description of the series, which you can still binge on the streaming service:“Insatiable is a dark, twisted revenge comedy starring Debby Ryan, Dallas Roberts, and Alyssa Milano. For years, Patty (Debby Ryan) has been bullied, ignored, and underestimated by those around her because of her weight. But now that she finds herself suddenly thin, Patty is out for payback against anyone who has ever made her feel bad about herself. Bob Armstrong (Dallas Roberts), a disgraced attorney whose true passion is coaching beauty pageant contestant, is the only one who sees Patty’s potential, and takes her under his wing — first as a legal client, and then as a pageant contestant whom he coaches toward becoming the top pageant queen in the country. But Bob and his wife Coralee (Alyssa Milano) have no idea how deep Patty’s rage goes, or how far she will go to exact revenge on anyone who has ever wronged her. Bullies beware: payback’s a bitch, revenge is sweet, and if you cross Patty, you’ll be her next treat.”Read original story ‘Insatiable’ Canceled by Netflix After 2 Seasons At TheWrap
McCain, who wore Marchesa on her wedding day, addressed the backlash the label has faced as Weinstein's trial looms.
The "Fox News" host admitted that her AOC Halloween costume was politically incorrect.
Although she's overall satisfied with the impeachment inquiry and the Democrats handling of it, Alyssa Milano found common ground with Republicans on one issue.
Scarborough and his Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski discussed the public treatment of Trump, who’s facing an impeachment inquiry, and it led to the pair trending on social media on Monday.
Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs made “Charmed” fans’ dreams come true when they guest starred as two sisters on an episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” earlier this month. The special “Cast From the Past Week” installment of the popular ABC medical drama reignited the reunion conversation among those viewers longing for the Power of Three to set them free.And Milano isn’t shooting down the possibility.“I mean, Holly and I talk about ‘Charmed’ movies a lot, you know,” the “Insatiable” star told Access Daily hosts Mario Lopez and Kit Hoover. “Because they have the new ‘Charmed,’ which is on The CW, and it’s a very different storyline…”Also Read: 'Insatiable' Creator on Patty and Bob's Killer Season 2 Finale Revelations, Plans for Season 3Here’s where Hoover interjects to say The CW’s reboot, which is currently in its second season and produced by CBS TV Studios (the studio with the rights to “Charmed”), is “not the same” and Milano agrees: “It’s a different show and it felt like they were trying to capitalize off the name but not continuing on the storyline or the legacy. So it was tough.”“But we have been talking about maybe doing some films for Netflix,” she added. “And so I think that would be really fun and I think it’s a great way to celebrate our fans that have stuck with us for such a long time but still give it new blood.”Representatives for Netflix and CBS TV Studios did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.Also Read: 29 Most Iconic TV Witches, From Samantha Stephens to Sabrina Spellman (Photos)Alyssa says that when she reunited with Holly for the “Grey’s” episode they “did not miss a beat.”“It was like we were at work yesterday doing ‘Charmed,'” she said.In reality, it’s been 12 years since we said goodbye to the series, which ran for eight seasons from 1998-2006 on The WB and later The CW. Milano and Combs starred on the magical drama as sisters Phoebe and Piper Halliwell, with Shannen Doherty playing their eldest sister, Prue, on Seasons 1-3 and Rose McGowan taking over as the third lead in Season 4, cast in the role of Paige, their half-sister.Also Read: ABC's 'Cast From the Past Week' to Reunite Stars of 'Cheers,' 'Charmed,' 'The Drew Carey Show'“We had so much fun,” Milano says, looking back on “Charmed.” “I mean, you don’t take yourself too seriously on that show because we were battling demons every day in ridiculous costumes, you know what I mean?”Watch the interview above.Read original story Alyssa Milano Says She’s Talking With Holly Marie Combs About Making ‘Charmed’ Movies for Netflix (Video) At TheWrap
Nancy Pelosi is earning praise for her power pose — all thanks to President Donald Trump. Though that wasn't his intention.
Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs appeared on "Grey's Anatomy" as sisters on the edge of losing their third sister.
Kathy Griffin, Debra Messing and more stars weigh in as Pelosi announces a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump.