It’s clear that Gretchen Carlson is not going to take sexual harassment lightly, and you shouldn’t either. In a new interview with Good Housekeeping, the former Fox And Friends anchor opens up about her sexual harassment drama with Roger Ailes. … More
Sofía Vergara is the highest-paid woman on television, taking home a hefty $43 million this year. Vergara’s manager, Luis Balaguer explained that before Vergara’s acting work took off, she was a staple in commercials, including one for Pepsi, as well … More
Remember when only women were divas who feuded on movie and TV sets? No more! This has pretty much been the week of actor beefs. We’ll start with The Rock vs. Vin Diesel. On Monday, The Rock posted this on … More
Flawless queen Robin Wright was angry that she was making less money than her House Of Cards costar Kevin Spacey—and she let the world know. “I was like, ‘I want to be paid the same as Kevin,’” the actress, producer, … More
The Walking Dead premiere is still on everyone’s minds and tongues. There are no spoilers here for the season six finale, so don’t worry. There’s just a lot of wisdom … and maybe some spoilers from previous seasons of The Walking Dead, … More
HoneyMaid makes graham crackers, including Teddy Grahams, a snack that I abuse the way some people abuse heroin. They also make really heartwarming commercials that embrace an open mind and families of all kinds, including homosexual and gay couples, interracial … More
Gwen Dean quit her job during a Super Bowl commercial for GoDaddy. While on one hand it’s ballsy and awesome, on the other hand, she allegedly didn’t give her boss any advance notice of her leaving, which is pretty rude … More
Wouldn’t it be great if we were surrounded by beautiful people dressed in designer clothes at work? Or if everyone spoke in clever quips and the banter was always snappy? Or if you could dramatically chew out your boss with little to no repercussions? Well this is the real world, where you actually have to do work at work, menial tasks and low salaries exist, and sometimes — breaking news — work is just plain old boring. Here are 8 reasons going to work on TV is way better than heading to the office in real life. More
From CIA agents to professional athlete therapists to lawyers, women in various careers are taking center stage in many of this summer’s slate of dramas. (Some literally, i.e. Sutton Foster in Bunheads.) Whether they are the lady in charge like Jessica Pearson on Suits or the right-hand man that keeps her partner in check (Agent Diana Berrigan on White Collar), these characters are kicking ass and taking names, while giving you a reason to watch shows you thought were just some dudes in suits. Here are 10 career women you should watch this summer. More
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January Jones gave birth to her son Xander Dane Jones a month ago and she’s already back to work. A four-week maternity leave we can all agree isn’t much but the actress has already donned her Betty Draper attire, walking across set in a floral nightgown.
Shortly after January announced her pregnancy, there was talk of how to hide or perhaps showcase the pregnancy on Mad Men. Jon Hamm even spoke up about having some ideas on the ideas when it came to camera angles. Still, the big question loomed whether Betty would be with child when it came to the new season. More
Last week, HBO announced that they had picked up a new series from Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. The show will be about the behind the scenes goings-on at a late night news show. Sorkin loves a good workplace drama, whether it’s an internet startup (The Social Network) or the White House (The West Wing). But his first show, Sports Night, also provided plenty of examples of great workplace banter – and important lessons about work. The show is a behind-the-scenes sitcom about a sports talk show hosted by Dan (Josh Charles) and Casey (Peter Krause). More
My favorite guilty pleasure TV show is Teen Mom. Although I’m both childless and well beyond my teen years, there’s something totally addictive about the show – possibly, I like how it makes my own life seem more normal and organized in comparison. Now that the show is a big hit and well into its third season, the girls are out of high school and out in the working world. So far, we’ve seen Farrah Abraham fall for an online scam and Maci Bookout‘s boyfriend quit his job without looking for a new one. Basically, there are plenty of lessons to be gleaned from this show if you take whatever the girls do and then try the opposite. More