Late Hollywood legend Errol Flynn‘s beloved 26-year-old actor grandson Sean Flynn is lucky to be alive!
RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that Sean – a college film student and actor known for his work on Devious Maid and Zoey 101 — is currently in an L.A. hospital undergoing several surgeries for serious injuries including broken bones and a nearly-severed foot.
According to a Flynn family insider, “On Tuesday, February 9, Sean… Continue reading Lucky To Be Alive! ‘Devious Maids’ Star Sean Flynn Hospitalized After Hit & Run Crash
The CW’s comic book adaptation iZombie has recast the role of Olivia “Liv” Moore’s mom, tapping Molly Hagan to replace the originally cast Nora Dunn, EW has learned exclusively.
Based on the DC Comics property, the new series stars Rose McIver as Liv, a med student-turned-zombie who works in the corner’s office to gain access to the brains she needs to eat in order to keep her humanity intact. Using… Continue reading ‘iZombie’ recasts mom, adds ‘Devious Maids’ star
Kim Kardashian is Mom of the Year — according to Kim Kardashian. The reality star recently bragged about her successes as a working mom in an interview with CNBC, slamming PEPSI CEO Indra K. Nooyi for saying that women can’t have it all. But radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned that if Kardashian does have it all, it’s because she has a full-time… Continue reading So ‘Arrogant!’ Kim Kardashian Brags About Success As A ‘Working Mom,’ But Has Full-Time Staff Consisting Of 2 Nannies, Assisstants, Maids & More — INSIDE Her Big Lie
Lifetime has ordered a second season of Devious Maids, the latest drama from Marc Cherry about a close-knit group of maids in Beverly Hills. The network ordered another 13 episodes of the drama that stars Ana Ortiz, Dania Ramírez, Roselyn Sánchez, Edy Ganem and Judy Reyes.
The series that first bowed June 23 has averaged nearly 23 million viewers this summer — Lifetime’s fasting-growing drama ever. It also stars Susan… Continue reading Lifetime renews ‘Devious Maids’
It’s not that the maids on “Devious Maids” are flawless, but most of the people around them, with one exception, are so much worse.
Genevieve (Susan Lucci, who gets a little more luminous each episode) is the lone exception. Sure, she’s vain, ditzy, helpless and shallow, but she’s incredibly sweet and all she wants is for everyone to be in love.
Her long-lost brother, Henri, (Richard Burgi) returns home