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.
For a couple of weeks it pretty much will be "Just Jack." TVLine has learned exclusively that Megan Mullally recently took a temporary leave of absence from the final, 18-episode season of Will & Grace that resulted in her missing two episodes as Karen. It's not clear why Mullally took the time off, but her mini-departure […]
The "Will & Grace" star got a big mention in one of President Trump's tweets today.
“Will & Grace” star Megan Mullally is set to host the 25th Annual SAG Awards, executive producer Kathy Connell announced Wednesday. “As a frustrated casting director and full-on fangirl of great actors everywhere, I’m over the moon to be a part of the SAG Awards 25th Anniversary,” Mullally said in a statement. “We are delighted to have the talented, warm and funny Megan Mullally to host the SAG Awards Silver Anniversary,” Connell said in a statement.
The "Will & Grace" star said she was doing an Instagram Live on Wednesday, when a man exposed himself while she was on air.
Megan talked about when Ellen and her roommate shared a dog, saying she thought it was so nice that they were able to share a dog, not really understanding the true reason.
On "Will & Grace," Karen's beloved maid, Rosario, died unexpectedly of a heart attack. Rosario was played by Shelley Morrison, who has retired from acting and opted not to return to the sitcom's revival.
In the book, Baldwin reveals that his impression of Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live almost didn’t happen, and that show creator Lorne Michaels and Tina Fey had to convince him to do it. “When Lorne called me and asked, ‘Do you want to do this?,’ I said, ‘No, I don’t want to be Trump on TV!’ Because anytime you do any kind of mimicry, it’s of somebody that you appreciate,” he writes. Baldwin has hosted the variety program a record 17 times throughout his career.
The couple might be more traditional than you think. Mullally confessed the start of her sex life with the “Parks and Rec” star was “very well orchestrated.”
On Tuesday, Megan Mullally explained that she and her husband, Nick Offerman, were stuck in traffic for two hours while on tour and she "had to use the restroom."
A 111-minute marathon of slangy idioms and expletives, gross-out gags, and unbridled raunch, some of it funny, much of it merely strenuous
If you’ve seen ads for NBC’s You, Me and the Apocalypse, with Rob Lowe in a priest’s collar and Jenna Fischer in a prison jumpsuit, and wondered what the heck that show is about—well, it’s pretty accurately titled. A madcap comedy with tinges of drama about the end of the world, Apocalypse follows a group of disparate people as they prepare for an Earth-killing asteroid to strike our planet. You can tell that Apocalypse—premiering Thursday night–is a co-production with Britain: Its main plot features a face little-known to America, Matthew Baynton, whose Jamie is a bank manager in England who wants to find his wife, who disappeared seven years ago.
On Monday’s Conan, Megan Mullally talked about her and husband, Nick Offerman’s, favorite past time: putting together jigsaw puzzles. However, the fun only starts once they have finished the puzzle. The two recreate the often tacky finished puzzles with themselves in photos. They have posed as a pack of wolves on a snowy mountain top. One delightfully ugly puzzle featured two topless models, which Megan and Nick happily posed as. In another, Nick posed as a cherubic child. However, he decided to also pose for that photo topless. ...