The gallery was updated with HQ images from Young Hollywood which Lisa visited yesterday!
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Lisa Edelstein discusses her hit Bravo show, ‘The Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.’ Plus, how does her new husband handle all of Lisa’s sexy scenes?
The gallery was updated with HD screencaptures from last episode of Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce. I apologize for taking so long but it’s not always fast enough to retrieve it to get.
Television > TV Series > Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce > Episode Screencaptures > 1×10 – Rule #3: Whatever You Do… Don’t Panic!
Television is in the midst of a Golden Era. By most accounts, there are more challenging, intelligent and interesting roles for women than ever before. Which makes finding exactly the right actress to fill these roles more important than ever before. Producers would probably sleep a little easier if they could just print up a few dozen copies of Lisa Edelstein. During a career that stretches back more than two decades, she has distinguished herself as one of the most challenging, intelligent and interesting performers on American television. Lisa grew up in Wayne, the daughter of a pediatrician and a social worker. Her passion for performing took her to NYU and then MTV, and eventually to a series of recurring roles on series such as Seinfeld, Ally McBeal, Felicity, Leap of Faith and The West Wing. After 150-plus episodes as one of the stars of House, Lisa was picked to star in Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce—a series developed by Marti Noxon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Grey’s Anatomy, Mad Men) and inspired by the best-selling line of Girlfriends’ Guide books by Vicki Lovine. The series is unique in many respects, most notably as the first scripted series developed by the Bravo network. As EDGE Editor-at- Large Tracey Smith discovered, this is hardly what makes Lisa unique…and far from her first pioneering role.
Read the complete interview in our press archive.
The gallery was updated with HQ stills of next episode of Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce. Enjoy them!
Television > TV Series > Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce > Episodic Stills > 1×11 – Rule #46: Keep the Holidays Low Key
The dramedy marks the cable network’s first scripted effort after a long flirtation with the genre.
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce will continue to impart its wisdom on Bravo viewers. The network has ordered a second season of its first ever scripted series.
“As divorced people everywhere know, it’s good to get picked up,” said creator Marti Noxon of the news. “I think I speak for the entire Girlfriends gang when I say we’re grateful to be working with UCP and Bravo and grateful to have the opportunity to tell another season of stories.”
The Univeral Cable Productions dramedy has steadily grown in ratings since its December launch, recently pulling 1.5 million viewers in live-plus-three day ratings. “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce has struck a chord with Bravo viewers with its sharp-witted humor and emotionally honest take on divorce and starting over,” said Lara Spotts, Senior development vpvep at Bravo Media. “We are extremely proud of the talent and creative team, and can’t wait to see what the future holds for Abby McCarthy.”
Starring Lisa Edelstein as a self-help book author whose marriage takes a public nose-dive, the hour-long has been greeted with a warm critical reception.
Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report host Oriana Leo were invited to come out to cover the 19th Annual Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design Awards at the Beverly Hilton.
I’ve added to the gallery HQ images of Lisa during last night award. I’m chasing for more so there will be additions but 112 will do for now.
Public Apperances > Events from 2015 > 19th Annual Art Directors Guild Excellence In Production Design Awards
The HQ outtakes of the Emmy Magazine shoot have been added to the gallery.
Editorial Shoots > Photoshoots > 2014 > Photoshoot Session #003