Funny and charming, Wood has secured a place for herself in the biz with her huge talent—and one killer Little Edie Beale impression.
The New Normal
The talented Bebe Wood of "The New Normal" hits our April 4 cover! Here's a sneak peak at the story, which hits newstands tomorrow!
Blair opens up about his four-and-a-half-hour prep work for his "New Normal" audition, the ways in which acting gave his life direction, and how everything can change overnight.
NBC’s new “Go On,” “The New Normal,” and “Revolution” all got picked up for full seasons, HBO renewed “Boardwalk Empire,” and Adult Swim ordered more “Children’s Hospital” and “NTSF:SD:SUV.”
In the fourth episode of "The New Normal" politics appear! In a rather surprising turn, it is revealed that Goldie (the soon to be biological mother of David and Bryan's child) is voting for Mitt Romney.
We're only two weeks into “The New Normal” and already our two soon-to-be gay dads are dealing with the bigotry gay parents often face, and it's really exciting to see on a primetime half hour comedy.
Newcomers and familiar faces alike will be upstaging their co-stars this fall, playing precocious children raising their mothers, well-mannered intellectuals, and psychic teenagers, if even just for their cuteness.
In the short time it's been on the air, "The New Normal" has gotten a considerable amount of flack for sometimes being too precious and too.... big.
In the pilot episode we meet David and Bryan who really want to have a baby. We also meet Goldie, a girl who gave birth to her first daughter at fifteen and who's had enough of being stuck in her stagnant old life in Ohio.
“Chaplin” opens on Broadway, “Broadway on Broadway” celebrates the season with another free concert in Times Square, Santa Monica's Broad Stage hosts a 25th anniversary reading of “Steel Magnolias,” “The New Normal” premieres on NBC, and all eight “Harry Potter” films are collected in a new 31-disc boxed set.