Oh, blessed day!
Back to the drawing board, Drumpster!
Chicks before dicks!!
It's not fun if you don't give anyone else a chance!
The Big Bang Theory and Modern Family stars have been the highest paid actresses on television for the past five years straight… and 2016's list out Wednesday is no different!
In fact, Sofia actually bumped her paycheck up to a whopping $43 MILLION from last year's measly $28.5 million!!!
Now that number does include money from her sitcom and other business ventures — as opposed to Kaley's $24.5 million listing from her TBBT salary alone — but that's just a portion of the Top 15's combined $208.5 million earnings!
So… who else is making it big on the small screen right now??
Ch-ch-check out the Top 15 highest paid TV actresses of 2016 (below)!!!
She will be missed.
As we reported, Doris Roberts passed away on Sunday at the age of 90. She is survived by her son Michael Cannata, Jr. and her three grandchildren.
On Monday, her Everybody Loves Raymond co-stars responded to the tragic news.
Lead actor Ray Romano gave the following statement
Money in the bank!
That's because both of the actresses earned $28.5 million in 2015, according to the most recent Forbes list of highest-paid TV actresses!
This marks four straight years that Vergara has been the highest-paid actress on TV thanks to her role on Modern Family. And Cuoco-Sweeting, who reportedly earns $1 million per episode of The Big Bang Theory, joins Vergara at the top this year!
Rounding out the list,
Oh Miss Piggy!
Who doesn't love the muppets?!
That's why we couldn't be more excited about the new show they have on ABC this fall, appropriately titled, The Muppets!
The show will be in a similar format to shows like The Office, and that promises a more mature version of The Muppets!
In a new slew of star-studded ads for the upcoming sitcom, Nathan Fillion swings by to distract Miss Piggy with his butt, Kerry Washington takes a selfie with Kermit, and Patricia Heaton — like everyone else — can't make sense of the Swedish Chef!
Ch-ch-check out all the HIGHlarious ads (below) and make sure you check out the show premiering Tuesday Sept. 22 on ABC!
Ray Romano leads the pack of his fellow co-stars to memorialize his former tv-son, Sawyer Sweeten, after the 19-year-old took his own life on Thursday.
The 57-year-old comedian worked with Sawyer for nine years on the hit show. He stated:
"He was a wonderful and sweet kid to be around. Just a great energy whenever he was there. My heart breaks for him, his family, and his friends during this very difficult time."
As we previously reported, the teenager, who played the role of Geoffrey Barone on the popular show, shot himself while visiting family in Texas.
We can only imagine that the cast of the show feels like they've lost a family member. The rest of the Everybody Loves Raymond family sent an outpouring of respects to the young actor and his family via social media.
Doris Roberts, who played Sawyer's grandmother on the show, took to Facebook to send her condolences.
Adopting a child is one of the most noble and socially responsible things you can do, which is why Patricia Heaton’s involvement with a charity that aids in the adoption of children with disabilities is amazingly special.
Patricia has volunteered to donate $1 for every person who follows the charitable ministry Reece’s Rainbow on twitter (up to $10,000), in an effort to raise awareness about the charity.
"I found out about Reece’s Rainbow online after doing some research on the trouble that children who suffer from Down Syndrome face in being adopted domestically and especially internationally, where many countries institutionalize these children. I just started crying immediately, it was so upsetting to learn about the challenges these children face."
"As a parent myself, you think about all the ills of social media, but this technology is amazing when you see what it can do to impact a cause like this."
This is an incredible cause, and if you have a twitter account, FOLLOW Reece’s Rainbow!
You’re one click away from making a difference.
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