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10 Highest Paid TV Actresses

Sofia Vergara is the reigning queen of high-earning TV actresses, but how’d she beat Kaley Cuoco, who earns the same per episode salary?

The answer–endorsements, endorsements, endorsements! 125 more words


These Are The 5 Highest-Paid TV Actresses Of 2016, According To Forbes

When it comes to television, it’s clear that leading ladies demand the big bucks! Forbes just revealed their list of the world’s highest paid TV actresses… 278 more words


‘Law & Order: SVU’ 18x3 recap: A Bundle of Identity Fraud and Desperation

It’s a common phrase, ‘Desperate times call for desperate measures.’ The question is, what do YOU consider desperate?

Apparently some people feel extreme anxiety about their kids getting into a good, respectable college, so much so that they’re willing to take outrageous measures to secure admission into a prestigious school. 1,342 more words


TheSkimm Offers a Look Inside Millennial Women's Minds

The founders of TheSkimm recently announced Skimm Studies, which promises to offer “an inside look into what female millennials think.” And with four million active subscribers and a tight-knit group of 15,000 ambassadors, they have plenty of insight to share. 231 more words

Mariska Hargitay

‘Law & Order: SVU’ Star Mariska Hargitay: ‘We Haven’t Done Anything Like This’

What is there to really to say about a show that’s been on the air 17 (!) years? According to the stars and Executive Producers of… 1,761 more words


The 5 Highest Paid Women in TV

The pay gap between men and women has always been cause for conversation but regardless of what your side of the opinion you can’t deny that these five women and making total bank in the TV industry… 355 more words


The New Season Of 'Law & Order: SVU' Boasts An Upcoming 'E.R.' Reunion

Perhaps more successfully than the sum of all its crime-drama cousins, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has tapped into our nation’s collective morbid, squeamish curiosities and transformed them into fiercely entertaining episodic television — and it’s been doing this, unthinkably, for 17 seasons. 186 more words