As you may have noticed, the Gallery is currently unavailable (or deadly dead to be more precise) 🙁. I’m working on fixing it (or trying to fix it lol) as soon as possible so pictures from her appearance on the show can be added (as well as many others). We’ll keep you posted.
In the meantime, please enjoy this beautiful picture of Lauren taken for #kellyshowyearbook:
Lauren, and her adorable new puppy Mochi, were recently featured in The New York Times. Lauren shared what she had watched, read and listened to in a week:
“I liked you better when you didn’t have a dog,” my friend and director Jon Turteltaub says. It’s the last week of production on “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist,” and a bunch of us are at dinner at Joe Fortes in Vancouver. I’m trying to excuse myself before dessert has arrived, which may seem antisocial, but I think is justified, because what’s a smarter idea than getting a new puppy while in a foreign country during the last week of filming a musical TV show? It’s been over five years since I had a dog, and even longer since I’ve raised a puppy, so I’m doing my research. My last dog was a German shepherd rescue, and this one seems to have some shepherd in her as well, so I’ve returned to the books by the monks of New Skete, “The Art of Raising a Puppy”and “Let Dogs Be Dogs.” The monks specialize in shepherds and their training advice is somehow practical, groovy and spiritual all at once.
Lauren was on Ellen today to talk about her cute rescue dog, her new show “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” and about being neighbors with her “Parenthood” co-star Dax Shepard! She also answered Ellen’s “Burning Questions” 😆
Great news! Lauren will star in “The Mighty Ducks” reboot set to arrive on Disney’s streaming service, Disney Plus, later this year! The 10-episode half-hour comedy take on The Mighty Ducks will begin filming in February in Vancouver.
Here’s the official description:
In present day Minnesota, the Mighty Ducks have evolved from scrappy underdogs to an ultracompetitive, powerhouse youth hockey team. After 12-year-old Evan (Noon) is unceremoniously cut from the Ducks, he and his mom Alex (Graham) set out to build their own ragtag team of misfits to challenge the cutthroat, win-at-all-costs culture of competitive youth sports.
Lauren will also be credited as a co-exec producer on the show.
Lauren Graham on learning lines, music and choreography: she and Jane Levy are friends and the musical aspect of the show is what drew her to it. She says everything about the show felt like a winner to her. Says performing the musical numbers felt so powerful. #TCA20
Graham says the bar kept getting raised for what she had to do musically on the show, though. First it was a little singing and then it got to “you get up on the bar and some guy will catch you.” She’s also excited to play the boss. #ZoeysPlaylist#TCA20
Information about the website: you’ve probably noticed a tiny little delay (yes a week is a tiny little delay) in the updates around here. I have a good excuse: I’m currently over 8 months and a half pregnant and I’m just exhausted lol So, until everything got settled in the next month(s), be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook 🙂
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