Top Row: Alyson Hannigan, Kat Dennings, Rachel Bilson, Beth Behrs, Anna Faris
Bottom Row: Christina McLarty, Danielle Campbell, Arielle Kebbel, Phoebe Tonkin, Daniela Ruah
The CBS/CW/Showtime Party as part of the Television Critic Association’s Summer Press Tour took place yesterday in Beverly Hills. Here’s just a sample of all the attendees that took part to promote their shows from the respective networks. Some of the new series for this Fall on CBS include The Millers, We Are Men, Mom, and The Crazy Ones. Additionally some of the new series to look foward to on CW include Reign, The Originals, and The Tomorrow People. Visit CBS, CW, and Showtime for more information.
Pictured: Kaley Cuoco, Daniela Ruah, Cote de Pablo, Coco Austin
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ 22nd Annual Hall of Fame Induction Gala was held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel last night. Kaley Cuoco served as host to the event which inducted Ron Howard, Al Michaels, Leslie Moonves, Bob Schieffer, Dick Wolf and Philo T. Farnsworth. The ceremony also benefitted the Television Academy Foundation’s Archive of American Television. For more info, visit the Television Academy Hall of Fame website.
CBS, Showtime, and CW also brought out everyone they could for their session of the 2012 Television Critics Association (TCA) Summer Press Tour going on at The Beverly Hilton. Returning shows for next season include CBS’s Two Broke Girls (Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs), Showtime’s Shameless (Emmy Rossum), and CW’s Hart of Dixie (Rachel Bilson and Jaime King). Additionally, new shows this Fall will included Elementary starring Lucy Liu and Beauty and the Beast starring Kristin Kreuk. Additionally, Yvonne Strahovski returns after a brief hiatus following the end of NBC’s Chuck starring as Hannah McKay in a multiepisode arc for Showtime’s Dexter.
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Pictured: Emmy Rossum, Jaime King, Jessica Lowndes, Kat Dennings
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Pictured: Hunter Tylo, Scott Clifton, Kim Matula, Don Diamon and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood
I don’t know the last time we posted up cast members from a daytime soap, so this one goes out to all you longtime “The Bold and the Beautiful” fans! We know there’s at least one of you there who uses a computer! And for the rest of us, have fun w/ Kim Matula, Daniela Ruah & Jacqueline MacInnes Wood. Here’s more juice about each:
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood:
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (born April 17, 1987) is a Canadian actress, DJ and singer. She is perhaps best known for her role as Steffy Forrester on the long-running American soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. She is also known for her role in the Disney XD television movie Skyrunners and the 2011 horror film Final Destination 5. She released her debut single, “After Hours” in January 2012. [Source]
Kimberly Marie Matula (born August 23, 1988 in Fort Worth, Texas) is an American actress, best known for her role as Hope Logan on CBS’s The Bold and the Beautiful. [Source]
Daniela Sofia Korn Ruah (born December 2, 1983), better known as Daniela Ruah (play /dəniːɛlə ruːə/) is an American-Portuguese actress best known for playing NCIS Special Agent Kensi Blye in the CBS series NCIS: Los Angeles, three years after she moved to the United States of America to pursue an international acting career. [Source]
CBS had their 2012 Upfronts at The Tent at Lincoln Center in New York City. Some things to report include the debut of four new shows this Fall, including Partners, Vegas, Elementary, and Made in Jersey. A couple of changes to already exiting programing were made having Two Broke GirlsTwo and a Half Men, renewed for a 10th season, to the 8:30pm slot on Thursday nights following The Big Bang Theory. For a complete listing of this Fall’s lineup, head over to CBS.com.
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Pictured: Janet Montgomery, Kat Dennings, Lucy Liu, Whitney Cummings
In addition to Miranda Kerr, the 9th annual G’Day USA Gala was attended by a bunch more Australians (and Olga Kurylenko). The purpose of this Australia Week is to strengthen the relationship between Australia and the US in business, innovation, and culture. To learn more about the event, hit up the G’Day USA official website.
Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Tab launch party, the CBS, CW, Showtime TCA Party actually invited and got fairly notable ladies to come out in preparation for the Fall season on those networks. So I guess we’ll give a rundown of where you can catch each of the ladies in this overly exaggeratd post starting with the ladies above.
– AJ Cook as Jennifer ‘JJ’ Jareau on CBS’s Criminal Minds
– AnnaLynne McCord as Naomi Clark on CW’s 90210
– Beth Behrs as Caroline on CBS’s Two Broke Girls
– Bianca Kajlich as Jennifer on CBS’s Rules of Engagement
– Camilla Luddington as Lizzie on Showtime’s Californication
– Chrstina McLarty is the Entertainment Reporter for CBS 2 in L.A. and was on The Young and The Restless
– Claire Danes as Carrie Anderson on Showtime’s Homeland
– Cote de Pablo as Ziva David on CBS’s NCIS
– Daniela Ruah as Kensi Blye on CBS’s NCIS
– Dawn Olivieri as Andie Star on CW’s The Vampire Diaries and previously an episode of Californication
– Emmy Rossum as Fiona Gallagher on Showtime’s Shameless
– Jaime King as Lemon Breeland on CW’s Hart of Dixie
– Jessica Stroup as Erin Silver on CW’s 90210
– Kat Dennings as Max on CBS’s Two Broke Girls
– Kat Graham as Bonnie Bennett on CW’s The Vampire Diaries
– Kristen Bell as “Gossip Girl (Voice)” on CW’s Gossip Girl
– Megyn Price as Audrey Bingham on CBS’s Rules of Engagement
– Mircea Monroe as Morning Randolph on Showtime’s Episodes
– Morena Baccarin as Jessica Brody on Showtime’s Homeland
– Natasha Henstridge as Principal Dawn Chamberlain on CW’s The Secret Circle
– Poppy Montgomery as Carrie Wells on CBS’s Unforgettable
– Rachel Bilson as Zoe Hart on CW’s Hart of Dixie
– Sarah Michelle Gellar as Bridget/Siobhan on CW’s Ringer
– Whitney Cummings as co-creator and co-producer of CBS’s Two Broke Girls