Cheryl Hines Wears Many Hats on New Projects

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Walk of Fame honoree is Coming Soon to Every Screen Near You

Cheryl Hines is ready for all-screen domination.

Her ABC sitcom “Suburgatory” has returned for a third season, her zom-com film “Life After Beth” premiered at Sundance, her comedy “Think Like a Man Too” hits theaters this summer, and her Yahoo show “We Need Help” just wrapped.

But “Suburgatory,” is her main priority. The show’s new season finds her character Dallas redefining her relationship with George following their breakup in season two’s finale.

Hines says she’s in the “baby stages” of a few confidential projects that might see light when “Suburgatory” comes to an end.

Meanwhile, she’s in talks about renewing “We Need Help,” which she created, stars in (as a hyperbolic version of herself), directs and produces.

“(Directing) takes a few years off your life- span. But at the end, it’s worth it because you have this great project that people can see and people can laugh with.

“It’s all very fulfilling,” she says, “So I guess it’s like childbirth.”

Notably, Hines only had one baby.

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  1. To get a star, you just have to pay the $25,000 fee. There’s no voting or anything. Clint Eastwood and Robert Redford do not have stars — Donald Trump and Pee Wee Herman do. And now Cheryl Hines! Yeah!

  2. Julienne says:

    I thought Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame…was reserved for “STARS?” Shouldn’t their names roll off everyone’s tongues?

  3. Julienne says:


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