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December 2, 2009 | By Denise Martin
As ambitious glee clubber and social pariah Rachel Berry, Lea Michele has been called RuPaul, taken more than a few fruit slushies to the face in the hallways of McKinley High and tried romancing her teacher by singing "Endless Love." The leap into the land of awkward adolescence has been a big one for Michele, the 23-year-old stage actress whose Broadway résumé is all serious drama -- she's been in the sexually charged "Spring Awakening" and the tear-jerker " Les Misérables." To get into Rachel's high-strung head, she dutifully studied Reese Witherspoon in "Election" -- "I channel Tracy Flick, yes," Michele said -- but it sounds like all she really needed to do was dig deep into her own aspiring performer days.
September 4, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Is that an engagement ring on Scarlett Johansson's ring finger? Probably. The actress is reportedly engaged to journalist Romain Dauriac, according to People . "They're engaged and very happy," a source told the mag. However, a rep for the actress declined to comment. PHOTOS: 50 most beautiful female celebrities Dauriac is the former editor of the French magazine Clark, according to the Daily Mail . He is said to have proposed about a month ago, and the actress sported a vintage Art Deco ring at the Venice Film Festival earlier this week, People said, where she was promoting her sci-fi flick "Under the Skin.
May 22, 2009 | Maria Elena Fernandez
Last season was do-or-die for the CW -- and it did not die. The two scripted shows the young network needed the most, the freshman "90210" and the sophomore "Gossip Girl," both succeeded well enough to show that the CW can reach its target audience of 18- to 34-year-old women as well as create a brand. And veteran series "One Tree Hill," "Supernatural" and "America's Next Top Model" continued to perform well.
January 8, 2008 | From City News Service
The CW will move its Monday comedy lineup to Sundays beginning Feb. 10 as part of a series of schedule changes. "Everybody Hates Chris" will air Sundays at 8 p.m., followed by "Aliens in America," "Girlfriends" and "The Game." Replacing them at 8 p.m. Mondays will be the first-year teen drama "Gossip Girl," starting Jan. 28, followed at 9 p.m. by the unscripted series, "Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious," whose season is set to begin Feb. 18. Reruns of "Pussycats Dolls Present: Girlicious" will air at 9 p.m. Wednesdays, after "America's Next Top Model," whose 10th season begins Feb. 20.
July 21, 2008 | Matea Gold
Dawn Ostroff, CW's entertainment president, seemed to be channeling Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton on Saturday as she discussed the network's frustration that the ratings for "Gossip Girl" haven't reflected the show's huge pop culture presence. "Every viewer must be counted and no viewer should be left behind," Ostroff said earnestly, drawing chuckles from the assembled television critics. But it's no laughing matter for CW, which is heading into a make-or-break junior year. Network executives hope "Gossip Girl" and similarly glossy additions like "90210" and "Privileged" will gain traction with viewers this season.
November 23, 2008 | Choire Sicha, Sicha is a freelance writer.
Josh Schwartz is the creator of NBC's "Chuck" and the CW's "Gossip Girl." He created Fox's "The O.C.," which closed shop in 2007. He is also the creator of "Rockville, CA," which will air on in 2009. -- What's the most important thing a man can learn in high school? "It won't all be this painful." For some reason that just stays with me. A part of me will always feel like that guy I was in high school. -- Ugh. Yeah! On one hand, you just care more about everything.
Given that he punches the clock at the studio every day, maybe Satan could give the producers of "Reaper" some survival advice. The show could sure use it. A quirky comedy-drama about a young guy forced to work for the devil (played as an unctuous charmer by veteran character actor Ray Wise) after his parents sell his soul, "Reaper" generated near-universal critical acclaim when the beleaguered CW marched it out last fall.
May 14, 2008 | Maria Elena Fernandez; Matea Gold
Tuesday was the second day of the weeklong "upfronts" held in New York City where the major television networks gather annually to present their new programming to media buyers. -- NEW YORK -- As expected, ABC President of Entertainment Steve McPherson announced a fall schedule Tuesday that will look a lot like it did last September.
October 27, 2008 | Enid Portuguez, Portuguez is a freelance writer.
"Gossip Girl" guest star Willa Holland has a lot to live up to, considering the show's last two female guests have unearthed Serena van der Woodsen's darkest secrets and bedded, then blackmailed, Nate Archibald. Starting in tonight's episode, the 17-year-old L.A. native hits the Upper East Side for three episodes that will affect Jenny Humphrey's design aspirations. If Holland looks familiar, it's because she played Marissa Cooper's mischievous little sister, Kaitlin, on "The O.C." Her profile is also poised to rise with three coming films, including "Genova," in which she costars with Colin Firth, and "Middle of Nowhere" with Susan Sarandon.
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