Welcome to Captivating Cristin Milioti, your number one source for all things related to actress and Broadway star Cristin Milioti. You may recognise Cristin for her role as Tracy McConnell/The Mother in How I Met Your Mother, or her newest role as Zelda Vasco in A to Z. Cristin is also known for her work in Broadway theatre productions such as That Face, Stunning, and the Tony Award-winning musical Once and also appeared in films such as The Wolf of Wall Street. Here you will find the latest news on Cristin and her career, as well as a growing image gallery. Please enjoy your stay and come back soon.
I’ve added 2 pictures of Cristin at the Happyish Premiere to the gallery.
– Events > Events from 2015 > April 20th: The Showtime Premiere Of HAPPYish
Firstly, I’d like to apologise for the lack of updates. I had some computer issues for a while, but now these are resolved. I’ve updated the gallery today with several HQ pictures of Cristin at events so far in 2015.
– Events > Events from 2015 > January 6th: Appropriate Behavior – New York Screening
– Events > Events from 2015 > January 22nd: 30th Annual Artios Awards – Arrivals
– Events > Events from 2015 > January 22nd: 30th Annual Artios Awards – Ceremony
“A to Z” has not officially been canceled, and executive producer Rashida Jones wants everyone to know there’s still hope.
NBC has announced that it currently does not plan to order more episodes of the serialized dating comedy past its current 13 episodes. Usually that means all hope is lost for a series, but NBC says in a statement to Zap2it that the lack of a series order doesn’t necessarily mean the show is done.
“[The] show is not officially canceled. For the time being, NBC has decided not to order any more episodes after its original 13-episode order. We always have the option of changing that later on,” the NBC rep says.
This means that if enough people tune in to the remaining episodes, NBC could rethink their decision and give “A to Z” a few more letters to go on. One person still pushing for the show’s success is EP and writer Rashida Jones, who took to Twitter on Nov. 3 with the campaign #saveAtoZ to galvanize the show’s fanbase.
Jones not only clarified the situation but began retweeting fans declaring their love for the show in an effort to prove there’s a lot of support for the couple finding their way alphabetically through a relationship.
Two more new fall comedies are going into the trash heap because of low ratings.
NBC will yank Bad Judge and A to Z after they complete their initial 13-episode runs on Thursdays. After five weeks, Judge, which starred Kate Walsh as a party-hearty judge, has only averaged 5.7 million viewers, while the romantic comedy A to Z, with Ben Feldman and Cristin Milioti, trailed with just over 4 million viewers.
Hey, it’s not so easy airing opposite ABC’s Scandal and CBS’s comedy block!
Then again, it’s also not easy launching a new comedy amid heavy criticism from certain women. Bad Judge raised the ire of the Miami-Dade of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, who took issue with Walsh’s irascible character. Chapter president Deborah Baker wrote a letter to NBC CEO Steve Burke that said the comedy was a “step in the wrong direction” because it “depicts a female judge as unethical, lazy, crude, hyper-sexualized, and unfit to hold such an esteemed position of power.”
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Last week, ABC was the first network to pull the trigger by killing off Manhattan Love Story, a comedy that followed a new couple played by Analeigh Tipton (Crazy Stupid Love) and Jake McDorman (Aquamarine). That comedy only attracted 2.6 million viewers on Tuesday.
I have updated the gallery with 11 HQ stills of Cristin in The Wolf of Wall Street, in which she played Teresa Petrillo, the first wife of Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio). Click the images or the link below to view the entire album.
– Movies > The Wolf of Wall Street > Film stills