For all the parents feeling a bit overworked, the official trailer for the upcoming comedy, "Mom's Night Out" just hit the web today (April 4).
Starring Sarah Drew as the movie's protagonist, the trailer finds a mom struggling to balance caring for her children with her own sanity, ultimately leading her to take one night to spend out with her close friends.
It was another crucial evening for both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney as they faced off against each other in the second Presidential Debate.
And while both sides made their respective points effectively, some of our favorite celebrities had their own ideas about who came out on top while others seemed more interested in the comedic value of the whole ordeal.
She’s been taking some heat for her recent remarks regarding a Georgetown law student, and now Patricia Heaton is hitting her Twitter feed to apologize.
Late last month, Sandra Fluke paid a visit to congress to express her opinion that the university's health insurance should cover birth control. However, that opinion didn't go over well with everyone, including Miss Heaton.
Transitioning from her hit show "Everybody Loves Raymond" to current series "The Middle," Patricia Heaton has been a mainstay on major network television for quite the long stretch.
Having quite the devout fanbase, the Ohio native most recently partook in an interview about the road to success and her current doings in the February 2011 issue of O magazine - which hits newsstands next week.
Taking a break from the duties associated with being the mother of four boys, Emmy Award winning actress Patricia Heaton spent the weekend soaking up the rays in sunny Hawaii.
The 50-years-young actress, who rose to fame playing Debra Barone on the hit show Everybody Love Raymond, threw on her two-piece bikini and headed down to the beach - hopping into the Paific with a smile on her face.