Entertainment News: sarah michelle gellar
What if "Mad Men" hired The Genie from "Aladdin" and "Buffy The Vampire Slayer"?
That's not actually happening, but CBS appears to have gotten pretty close. Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar will appear this fall in a new comedy from the network, titled "The Crazy Ones," playing a father who works with his daughter at his ad agency.
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Sarah Michelle Gellar may be returning to television but this time the actress known as the star of the cult television series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" will try her hand at comedy.
The 35-year-old actress has been cast opposite Robin Williams in the CBS half-hour workplace comedy pilot called "Crazy Ones," according to The Hollywood Reporter. The single-camera show is about the relationship between a man named Simon Roberts (Williams) and his daughter Sydney Roberts (to be played by Gellar) and is set at their advertising agency.
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. have welcomed their second child, a baby boy.
The 35-year-old "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" actress gave birth to their son over the past week, her spokesperson told Us Weekly. The name of the couple's child was not released. They are also parents to a 3-year-old girl, Charlotte.
The CW drama series "Ringer," which sees Sarah Michelle Gellar playing twins, has been canceled after one season.
The network also axed another new show, "The Secret Circle." Meanwhile, the shows "Gossip Girl," "Nikita" and the new drama series "Hart of Dixie," starring Rachel Bilson, have been renewed.
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. may be growing their family.
The 35-year-old "Ringer" actress is reportedly expecting her second child, Us Weekly Reports. Gellar's spokesperson has not confirmed the report. The magazine quotes a source close to the couple saying "She and Freddie are thrilled."
The CW has ordered full season for its new shows "Ringer," which sees Sarah Michelle Gellar playing twins, as well as for "Hart of Dixie" and "The Secret Circle."
"Ringer" debuted on the CW network on September 13 and was watched by some 2.74 million people, earning a 1.2 rating among adults aged 18 to 49. Viewership has since dropped.
Sarah Michelle Gellar, star of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and the new CW drama series "Ringer," says she has body dysmorphic disorder but that becoming a mother helped change her "vanity."
People who suffer from the mental illness obsess about their looks and perceive their appearance as ugly. Gellar, who is 34 and is 5'3," has appeared slim on-screen. She is seen by many as a sex symbol and has posed for suggestive photos for magazines such as Maxim. She and husband Freddie Frinze Jr. welcomed their daughter, Charlotte, in 2009.
Sarah Michelle Gellar got a warm welcome at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday from her massive "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" fan base, but the actress was on-hand to promote her new CW series, "Ringer" and dropped some spoilers.
"When you have a show like Buffy that was so perfect, you're not looking for a show to top it. You're not looking for show that's completely different," Gellar said during a panel, Entertainment Weekly reports. "We wouldn't exist without fans. We wanted to come back and do a show that fans would love that would be different but still exciting."
Sarah Michelle Gellar is returning to the ABC soap opera "All My Children" more than 15 years after she left the series and just before it ends its network run in September.
The show and another daytime drama, "One Life To Live," are set to go off the air after more than 40 years on the air, although ABC has made a deal with a production company to broadcast new episodes online.