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Latest Nicollette Sheridan Items
A former writer on "Desperate Housewives" has contradicted testimony by the show's creator that he decided to kill off Nicollette Sheridan character months before the pair had an on-set fight.
The prehistoric drama "Terra Nova" is history on Fox. The network said late Monday that it is dropping the pricey sci-fi series after a single season.
The creator of "Desperate Housewives" says he felt awkward and cautious around Nicollette Sheridan after a dispute in which the actress claims he struck her head.
The creator of "Desperate Housewives" told jurors Monday he thought he had permission to tap the head of Nicollette Sheridan but acknowledged the incident created a strained and awkward dynamic with an actress he considered smart and funny.
The creator of "Desperate Housewives" told jurors Monday that he received permission to kill Nicollette Sheridan's character four months before he was involved in a dispute during which the actress claims he struck her on the head.
Nicollette Sheridan told jurors on Thursday that she was shocked and humiliated after being struck in the head by the creator of "Desperate Housewives" on the set of the hit ABC show.
Nicollette Sheridan should receive $6 million for her character being killed off "Desperate Housewives" after the show's creator slapped her, her attorney said Wednesday as a defense lawyer argued that her on-screen demise was a natural part of television.
Nicollette Sheridan was fired from "Desperate Housewives" for standing up to the series' creator after he struck her in the head, her attorney said Wednesday during opening statements in her wrongful termination trial.
Nicollette Sheridan should receive $6 million for being killed off "Desperate Housewives" after the show's creator slapped her, her attorney said Wednesday, as a defense lawyer argued her onscreen demise was a natural part of television.