The "Big Bang Theory" alum recalled her first meeting with Ritter, in which he had already slipped into dad-mode.
ABC is feeling very rebellious: The Alphabet network has given a straight-to-series order to Rebel, a new drama starring Katey Sagal (The Conners) and written by Grey's Anatomy showrunner Krista Vernoff. The series, inspired by the life of Erin Brockovich today, follows Annie "Rebel" Bello (Sagal), a blue-collar legal advocate without a law degree. "She's […]
Wearing Peggy's signature leopard top and hairstyle, the contestant had viewers tweeting things like, "Peg Bundy is alive and well, currently the leader on 'Press Your Luck.'”
Kaley Cuoco says that she'll love her TV dad John Ritter "forever."
Thirty years ago today, the rude, crude Bundy family burst onto the scene with Fox’s runaway hit 'Married… With Children.'
Sophie Simmons (right) will not be reading Katey Sagal’s new book. Sophie Simmons probably will not be racing out to pick up a copy of Katey Sagal’s new memoir, Grace Notes. In the revealing book, the Married With Children star, 63, details an affair she had with Gene Simmons 43 years ago.
The most conventional-looking sitcom to come along in a while, “Superior Donuts” is actually an unconventional show. And one, it needs to be added, that ought to be funnier than it is.
'Sons of Anarchy' vet Katey Sagal has joined ABC’s three-hour 'Dirty Dancing' remake in the role of Vivian Pressman, aka the Kellerman’s “bungalow bunny.”
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of The Bastard Executioner, “Broken Things/Pethau Toredig" written by Ryan Scott and creator Kurt Sutter and directed by Ciaran Donnelly, stop reading now. Katey Sagal, who’s back Stateside after wrapping Season 1 in Wales, spoke to Yahoo TV about Annora’s vague ways, the fun of starring in a show with daughter Sarah White (Isabel), and what she’d like to see in the Sons of Anarchy attraction at that Fox theme park in Dubai. Related: ‘The Bastard Executioner’ Recap: Broken Things Talking with Kurt earlier this year, he said that writing Annora was a different process for him than any other character in the show because of the way she floats through episodes as a spiritual guide.