Wednesday, July 16, 2014 / 6:14 am
On the red carpet at NBCUniversal’s 2014 Summer TCA on Sunday, Katherine Heigl chatted with Access Hollywood about her role in CIA drama, State Of Affairs. What made her want to go back to television and what is it like working with former CIA analysts?
Sunday, July 13, 2014 / 5:03 pm
Katherine Heigl attended the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour on Sunday, July 13, to talk about her return to the small screen this Fall in NBC’s political thriller State Of Affairs.
She was joined by co-star Alfre Woodard, showrunner Ed Bernero and Executive Producers Bob Simonds, Rodney Faraon, Nancy Heigl and Joe Carnahan at the event, which allows the major television networks to present their slate of upcoming programs to the press through panels and interviews.
Sunday, July 13, 2014 / 11:27 am
State Of Affairs, Katherine Heigl’s CIA drama which debuts November 17 on NBC will be a popular choice among advertisers according to a survey carried out by industry magazine Variety.
The Variety poll of commercial ratings projections from four major ad buyers found that State Of Affairs, which Katherine headlines as presidential briefer Charlie Tucker, is expected to generate the most commercial viewership among freshman scripted programs in the 2014-15 season for the 18 to 49 age bracket – the demographic most coveted by advertisers.
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 / 2:43 pm
Katherine Heigl covers the August 2014 edition of Marie Claire UK in a photo shoot and interview feature for the latest edition of the monthly fashion magazine.
Speaking exclusively to the publication ahead of the theatrical release of the animated feature The Nut Job in the United Kingdom – in which she voices the sassy squirrel Andie, Katherine talks about living life away from the glare of Hollywood, her career, family and upcoming projects.
Monday, June 23, 2014 / 6:20 am
Animals have always been part of Katherine Heigl’s life. "We just had lots of pets from the moment I was born," she told People as part of her feature in the current issue (6/30) of the entertainment magazine. "I grew up with a black lab named Ben. There are photos of me laying and teething on his ears," she explained.
The love affair with four-legged friends continued as Katherine grew up, and ultimately led to the creation of her animal welfare charity the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation.