For the new fall season, CBS has gone and found a plausible sister show to pair with Julianna Margulies's The Good Wife.
Here, too, we have a sophisticated, 40-something actress (Téa Leoni) in a situation (the White House) that teems with smart, powerful adults who would humiliate you and reduce you to tears if you ever met them in real life.
The premiere episode of Madam Secretary, for the time being, suggests that the show is very much the little sister in this scenario – but then again, The Good Wife is the rare show that was letter-perfect even in its pilot.
You don't have to have read Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series to know this was the episode we've all been waiting for.
To protect herself from Capt. Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies) and the English, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) must wed Jamie (Sam Heughan) and consummate the marriage to become a part of Clan MacKenzie.
The key word here is "consummate." This week's episode of Outlander was all about sex: awkward, "I'm a virgin" sex; passionate, "women have orgasms too?" sex; tender "I just gave you my dead mother's necklace" sex. But this wasn't just gratuitous cable intercourse, this sex was earned over the past six episodes, and, boy, did it feel good.
Jeremy Roloff is a married man!
The Little People, Big World star tied the knot with Audrey Mirabella Botti on Saturday afternoon at Roloff Farms in Hillsboro, Oregon.
"We're ecstatic for Jeremy and his new bride," Jeremy's father, Matt Roloff, told PEOPLE.
The groom donned a suit from the San Francisco-based company PROPERSUIT, while the bride's dress was designed by Lauren Graebner of Eva's by Reclamation.
Before Vanessa Hayden went to the Biggest Loser ranch, she wasn't even planning on walking down the aisle.
What's Fashion Police without the legendary Joan Rivers? We're about to found out.
Joan's daughter, Melissa Rivers, has given her blessing for the E! series to continue without her beloved mother, who died on Sept. 4 after complications from a throat procedure.