According to USA Today, the cast will be popping up on more than a dozen shows as uncredited background actors. Starting on Thurs., Oct.13 the cast will be infiltrating shows across several networks. Look for Ian Gomez to kick things off at 9PM ET on 'Grey's Anatomy' and Courteney Cox and Christa Miller to play a lesbian couple at a fertility clinic on 'Private Practice' at 10PM ET on ABC.
According to Forbes, the four main ladies of 'Desperate Housewives' made it on the list. So did Julianna Margulies of 'The Good Wife.'
What about Tina Fey, one of the busiest ladies in comedy? You betcha!
Combined, the Top 10 ladies made $94 million between May 2010 and May 2011.
Forbes took into consideration salaries and endorsement deals while compiling their list. Remember, some of these women are also producers on other projects.
So, who's tops and who is set to do some climbing? Find out below!
She played Serena Duvall, an Internet psychic who wanted Fiona's (Lisa Kudrow) help regaining her abilities. To this end, she invited Fiona onto an episode of 'Tyra,' and that's where it all started to go horribly, horribly wrong.
Fiona was angry because thought she'd been invited onto the show as a member of the panel of web professionals, only to find that she was seated in the audience as a "plant" to show off what she referred to as Serena's "fake powers."
An irate Serena asked her, "Did you really think that you would be up there with the other professionals? The sex worker, the webfomercial spokesperson? Really? Those are professional jobs. What do you do? Give advice? I see the future!"
Luckily, Arquette appeared to develop the giggles through the course of the interview, so there was no chance he was made uncomfortable by the question. We did love his response to David Letterman's initial question asking how Courteney Cox was.
"Courteney's fantastic," he said, and then after a pause. "We're still separated."
Written by Lauren Iungerich, the show follows an outcast teen who rises in popularity after an accident leads everyone to believe she tried to kill herself. Awkward. The first season is currently airing Tuesday nights at 11PM following 'Teen Mom.'
MTV's first original series, 'The Hard Times of RJ Berger,' was canceled last week after two seasons.
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When it came time for their critiques, the best they could muster up about Justin D. seemed to be support for his glasses. "He's got that sexy Harry Potter chef thing going on," Brian Van Holt said.
There were several problems with Whitney's dish. Paula Deen was on-hand as well, and she said, "it was just like a vegetable dish. It bored me out of my gourd."
It was such a fast-working laxative, this salad, that Cox said she wanted to call Ferguson to see how far from the restaurant he'd made it. He revealed that he hadn't even made it all the way out. Instead, he had to tell the valet that he'd forgotten something inside.
"Did you run back in?" Cox asked him.
"Yes, I ran back in," he asserted. "And what I forgot was horrifying!"
Hopkins said he understands why people would draw that inference from the photos of the two of them at the beach, but said he and others from the show were invited. 'Cougar' creator Bill Lawrence told him St. Bart's was fun, and he decided to go. "Plus, I could get her access," said Hopkins. "I couldn't probably get a restaurant in St. Bart's, but with her, I was in."
Still, the comedy, which slides back into its usual 9:30PM ET slot on Wednesday, is deceptive. The two episodes that air this week are solidly funny in typically 'Cougar'-ian ways: There are lots of games of Penny Can, gallons of wine are drunk and the sharp ensemble cast slings mildly barbed banter with ease (there's even an amusing appearance from Ellie and Andy's often-absent baby).
But this week's episodes, like the show as a whole, explore real questions that everyone has to grapple with at some point. When is it a good idea to accept who and what you are? How much should you try to change deeply ingrained habits and attitudes? When is a flaw not really a flaw at all?
It's always fun to talk to Bill Lawrence because you never know where the conversation is going to go. When I spoke to him earlier this week, the conversation ranged from ratings to his wife Christa Miller appearing on the Howard Stern show to 'Hanna Montana.'
But the best parts are the tidbits about his show, 'Cougar Town.' For instance, Lawrence told me that Sam Lloyd will appear in the show's Hawaii-based second-season finale, as his 'Scrubs' character, hapless lawyer Ted Buckland, a move that had been rumored a few months ago. He'll be there to help Travis through some tough times.
"We were outlining the show to have a friend [of Travis'] that's had his heart broken there in Hawaii, and we're like, who should we cast? And I'm like, I'll tell you, we should get Sam Lloyd out there and put him with his guitar," said Lawrence. "It's one of my favorite bits of the year. Because it's a gag that Sam Lloyd can do, which is, he can take any popular song with a guitar, and make it depressing."
"I don't know if we'll be getting back together, you know, we have a lot of compatibility issues," said Arquette. "Things that at the beginning of the relationship, we're like, 'I don't know if this is going to work out.'"
Both he and Cox have been stifling aspects of their personalities for the sake of the relationship, Arquette said. That leaves them at a crossroads of deciding if they'd want to continue that going forward.
Lounging on the beach and playing in the surf, she posed for the photographers and "was workin' it pretty hard ... I sucked it in ... My arms are stretched out. I don't [normally] walk like that!"
The actress said they didn't get anything juicy. Oh, wait. "That's not true, they actually did get something ... I had a little nipple slip."
Cox seemed genuinely surprised when David Letterman then pulled out the picture of her
The host said, "I don't know if we can show that, but, uh...," he did it anyway, turning the picture toward the studio audience. (Of course, it was blurred out for broadcast TV.)
I've spent many a Wednesday night fantasizing about becoming an honorary member of a certain dysfunctional, boozy and all-around awesome cul-de-sac crew.
So when I sat down with Courteney Cox at the 'Scream 4' junket on behalf of our sister site, Moviefone (check out that chat here), I couldn't resist slipping in a few 'Cougar Town' questions to quench fans' thirst before the show returns from its distressingly long hiatus next week.
Join us after the jump to see what Cox had to say about Bobby and Laurie's latest business venture, and what fans can expect from the hour-long season finale on May 25.
Cox gave an interview on 'Access Hollywood Live' (weekdays, syndicated) which will no doubt continue to fuel rumors. The actress unabashedly gushed over her estranged husband and pointed out that he looks better than ever after a recent weight loss.
At the age of 77, the former CNN host is embarking on his newest career journey with a one-man comedy show called 'Larry King: Standing Up.'
The suspender-clad 'Larry King Live' star will crack wise about his life and career as well as answer audience questions beginning April 14 in Torrington, Conn., TV Guide reports. The tour will also take him to Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, New Jersey and Nevada.
King stepped down from his namesake show last year after a quarter-century grilling public figures about the latest news.
In other TV news ...
• The Man with the Golden Voice is getting another chance to extend his 15 minutes of fame in the form of a new reality show. The series, which begins shooting in two weeks, will document his life in Ohio, Brooklyn and Los Angeles. [TMZ]
• Yet another 'Teen Mom' star is in legal hot water -- but this time, it's one of the teen dads. 'Teen Mom 2' star Jonathan "Jo" Rivera was "arrested last week for being under the influence of marijuana while driving with his brother in Warren County, Pa." [E! Online]
• Courteney Cox is traveling from 'Cougar Town' to the Food Network. Don't worry -- it's not too far of a relocation. Since Cox films her sitcom on the same lot as Bobby Flay's 'The Next Food Network Star,' she recently popped over to film a guest judge spot. [NY Post]