Wednesday Jul 16
The Chronicle Herald
Katherine Heigl, mom produce new D.C. drama series
She stars on the new fall series State of Affairs, playing a CIA analyst Charleston Tucker, a Washington insider who each day briefs the U.S. president on matters of national security.
Katherine Heigl Set to Return to the Small Screen
The Emmy Award-winning actress Katherine Heigl will be returning to the small screen after a four-year hiatus.
Heigl: I don't think I'm difficult
She stars on the new US series State Of Affairs, playing a CIA attache who informs the president on high-level incidents around the world - the first TV series for the actress since she left her Emmy-winning role on Grey's Anatomy in 2010 after six seasons.
National Public Radio
Katherine Heigl Returns To TV With New NBC Series
She stars on the new fall series "State of Affairs," playing a CIA attache who informs the president on high-level incidents around the world.
Los Angeles Times
Katherine Heigl: 'I certainly don't see myself as being difficult'
Katherine Heigl appeared before an audience of reporters Sunday at the Television Critics Assn.
Katherine Heigl Talks Romantic Comedies With Marie Claire UK
Actress Katherine Heigl covers the August 2014 issue of Marie Claire UK . She's wearing a blue Dior dress on the cover.
The Winnipeg Free Press
KATHERINE Heigl, applying the defibrillator paddles to her career with the upcoming NBC drama State of Affairs, told Marie Claire magazine how it felt when work offers dried up.
Knocked Up actress Katherine Heigl contemplated turning her back on...
KNOCKED UP actress KATHERINE HEIGL contemplated turning her back on Hollywood for good after her screen reputation was torn apart in a brutal magazine article last year .
Katherine Heigl Felt "Betrayed" by Her Career
Several years ago, the actress was poised to become the next big movie star, thanks to comedies like 27 Dresses and Knocked Up .