If you missed Margaret’s recent chats with Craig Ferguson and Chelsea Handler, check them out, below!
Catch Margaret in the season premiere of Drop Dead Diva, a new series on Lifetime starting tonight!
Drop Dead Diva tells the story of a shallow model-in-training who dies in a sudden accident only to find her soul resurfacing in the body of a brilliant, plus-size and recently deceased attorney. Television newcomer and stage actress Brooke Elliott (Wicked, Taboo) stars as Read More
By MARY McNAMARA, Television Critic
The press material for Lifetime’s new comedy “Drop Dead Diva” contains a lot of accolades from “women’s groups” in which terms like “role model” and “grab your girlfriends” appear with alarming frequency — as if the publicity department were bracing critics for a Read More
By ALESSANDRA STANLEY
Published: July 9, 2009
Someone heard the old line about a thin woman trapped in a fat woman’s body and took it literally. In “Drop Dead Diva,” a Lifetime series that begins on Sunday, an aspiring model and airhead named Deb (Brooke D’Orsay) dies in a car crash and is transported Read More
By Robert Bianco, USA TODAY
There are shows and stars that catch you by total happy surprise.
Even with the participation of acclaimed Hollywood producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan, there wasn’t much reason to expect a lot from Lifetime’s new comic drama, Drop Dead Diva. Diva’s creator, Josh Berman, is best known for two Read More
“8 out of 10 score”
“absolutely… worth adding to the playlist”
“Juggling snark, schmaltz and adorable wackiness, Diva has a yummy high concept to die for.”
“Elliott is a delight playing two souls trapped in one body that’s uncomfortable in its skin, and it’s a hoot as Jane’s inner Deb learns to love having a brain, even at the expense of her fashion Read More
Just start telling people you are white…
I have heard some talk about my new show “Drop Dead Diva.” People are concerned that we are making fun of fat people or that it is a show about fat jokes or something ridiculous like that. I want to reach out and assure our potential audience that I would never condone or be involved with a project like that. Read More