Julianna Margulies

ER fans ecstatic as Julianna Margulies sends sweet birthday message to George Clooney

ER fans are celebrating after Julianna Margulies shared a touching birthday message for George Clooney.Margulies and Clooney starred in the medical drama’s first five seasons from 1995 to 1999, playing love interests Carol Hathaway and Doug Ross. They returned as a married couple in the show’s final season, its 15th, in 2009.Clooney celebrated his 61st birthday on Friday (6 May), with Margulies sharing a photo of them together, taken back in 200, to mark the occasion.“Happy Birthday George!” she wrote, adding: “I consider myself one of the luckier ones for having you in my life. There’s just no one...
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Julianna Margulies Says End of ‘Good Wife’ and Bout With Chickenpox Led to Memoir

Emmy Award-winning actress Julianna Margulies began her recent memoir, Sunshine Girl: An Unexpected Life, after wrapping the last day of her hit TV show The Good Wife. “I went home and was going to pop open some Champagne with my husband, when I suddenly didn’t feel well,” she said, during an appearance this week at the Glen Ridge Country Club in Glen Ridge to promote the paperback release of her book.
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Julianna Margulies Says Ina Garten's Raspberry Cheesecake Is 'Divine'

"You don't need a holiday to bake this Raspberry Cheesecake," assured Ina Garten, prolific cookbook author and Food Network star, in an Instagram post last week. "but I guarantee that you'll make your Valentine feel really special if you make it on Monday!" The caption accompanies a photo of the cheesecake in question, which is perfectly golden around the edges and piled high with raspberries with a syrupy coating that reflects the light in dazzling fruity refractions. If you were one of the 64,639 "Barefoot Contessa" fans to double-tap the post, you were in good company. Primetime star Julianna Margulies (of "ER" and "The Good Wife" fame) commented, "Omg! That looks divine," followed by a red heart emoji.

Julianna Margulies Is Hosting 2 Primetime Specials for Holocaust Remembrance Day—Find Out More, Including How to Watch

Julianna Margulies will host two primetime specials for International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which takes place Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022. The specials, titled Undeniable: The Truth to Remember and The Hate We Can’t Forget: A Holocaust Memorial Special, examine both the horrors of the Holocaust as well as the hope survivors can bring—but it also tackles the terrifying lack of knowledge and teaching about the atrocities that killed six million Jews and 11 million members of other marginalized groups, including disabled persons, Romani, gays and more. The specials will focus on the Nazis’ slaughter and genocide of Jews, a horror echoing today as incidents of anti-Semitism are on the rise.

Julianna Margulies To Host International Holocaust Remembrance Day Specials For CBS & MTV

EXCLUSIVE: MTV and CBS are commemorating International Holocaust Remembrance Day with two primetime specials hosted by Julianna Margulies. The Good Wife star, who also starred in the second season of Apple TV+’s The Morning Show, will front The Hate We Can’t Forget: A Holocaust Memorial Special for Smithsonian Channel/MTV International and Undeniable: The Truth to Remember, for CBS. This marks the highest-profile collaboration to date between ViacomCBS’ MTV Entertainment and CBS, with the divisions’ top executives, Chris McCarthy and George Cheeks, shepherding the initiative. It also marks Margulies’ return to CBS six years after the end of The Good Wife.  The Hate...

Julianna Margulies hosts two Holocaust remembrance specials

Three-time Emmy Award winner Julianna Margulies ("ER," "The Morning Show") will host two hourlong specials this week commemorating International Holocaust Remembrance Day. CBS and MTV jointly announced Monday that "Undeniable: The Truth to Remember" airs Saturday at 8 p.m. on CBS, while "The Hate We Can't Forget: A Holocaust Memorial Special" airs Wednesday at 10 p.m. on the Smithsonian Channel and again Monday at 10 p.m. on MTV.

Julianna Margulies reveals she's battling COVID-19

Julianna Margulies is battling COVID-19 and has urged people to "please get vaccinated". The 55-year-old actress casually revealed her diagnosis as she took to social media to rave about Lin-Manuel Miranda's movie 'Tick, Tick... Boom!'. She wrote: "Just finished watching the heartbreakingly talented [Andrew Garfield], directed by the genius [Lin-Manuel...

Julianna Margulies tests positive for COVID

The ER and The Good Wife alum, who most recently was seen on The Morning Show, urged her followers on Instagram to get vaccinated. "How lucky we are to have the science that made these vaccinations. Please get vaccinated if you are not," she added.