Described as a "hard-hitting badass from New York," Locklear plays attorney Rachel King, who has to corral unorthodox lawyers Jared Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Peter Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and brings "sexy back" along the way.
But just how much of a stir is Locklear's character going to create?
From the looks of this exclusive clip from the episode airing next Wednesday, June 26 -- in which she's caught in a lip lock with Bash's mother (played by Jane Seymour) -- it appears Franklin and Bash's world will quite possibly never be the same again!
Crystal Chappell reflects on the past, looks to the future
"We just completed Season 4 of VENICE which will be available July/August. Weʼve recently been hired to produce our first outside project, BEACON HILL, for Bella Books. And, I cant stress this enough, because I can plan around my family, I work from home. I work around my boys. And that has made all the difference."
Aaron Sorkin Reveals Depth of THE NEWSROOM Angst, Season 2 Reboot, A-List Consultants
Admired and attacked in Season 1, the HBO drama reboots with A-list advisers as its creator opens up about his process (up to 6 showers in one day), how he broke his nose and dealing with hate-watchers: "You're playing a dangerous game if you write to try to change people's minds."
REVENGE Costume Jill Ohannesson Designer Talks Clothing Line
"It felt like the natural extension. I felt like it wasn’t just that these women were wearing dresses and looking great all the time, but it was kind of this specific look we’re very much about: the fitted sheath dress for Victoria and Emily although Emily’s is a little more demure in the neckline, versus Victoria’s sultry sexy necklines. What I thought perfectly rounded it out is Charlotte in her great little fit and flare dresses and then Ashley with her separates. I felt like part of what people loved about [the show] was dressing up and I think that’s something that whether there’s an economic downturn or not, really raises people’s spirits and I think we can help give them that in their own lives."
Pop Culture’s House Husbands Lag Behind the Reality in American Homes
While more men are staying at home and excelling at fatherhood, movies and TV still portray such dads as bumbling, emasculated weaklings, writes Soraya Roberts.
Longing to Stay Wanted, MTV Turns Its Attention to Younger Viewers
The channel is in the process of shedding its skin again, this time to appeal to viewers age 14 to 17 who have different preferences than the 18- to 25-year-olds who make up the older portion of the millennial generation (a cohort born roughly between 1981 and 2000 and also known as Generation Y or the Facebook Generation).
Betty White wrote a cursive letter to the Internet
Betty White wrote a delightful letter asking fans to watch Wednesday’s live season premiere of HOT IN CLEVELAND. The note begins “Dear Internet” and is basically perfect.
“Who knew at 91 that I would be blessed to work on yet another wonderful and fun sitcom!” White writes. “And boy, do I have a blast. Where else could I get to be a bride, a jailbird, a college freshman, and a fugitive in Amish Country?”