Laura Prepon (pronounced pree-pawn, born March 7, 1980) is an American actress, best known for her role as Donna Pinciotti in the long-running Fox situation comedy That '70s Show, for all eight seasons. She is also known for the role of Hannah Daniels on the ABC drama October Road. She has been in several independent films such as Slackers and Lightning Bug and has been featured in multiple magazines such as Maxim. She's been nominated for a Teen Choice Award, and was named one of Stuff magazine's 102 Sexiest Women of the year. She currently resides in Los Angeles and in Watchung, New Jersey when not working in L.A.
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Judging from the fall schedules released thus far by NBC, ABC, and Fox, a decent number of the networks' comedy offerings will aim to encroach on the formula used in Judd Apatow's recent films: they focus on beautiful and/or powerful women, and the slightly emasculated, slacker guys who love them.
In Today's Issue: NBC in 2011-12: 6 New Series, Changes on Four Night Primetime Ratings: Friday and Saturday Results On the Air Tonight: Prime-Time Programming Options TV Tidbits: Notes of Interest TV Trivia Time: To Renew or Not to Renew Note: It is upfront presentation week, with the five broadcast networks unveiling their prime-time programming plans for next fall.
NBC will introduce six new series this fall, three sitcoms and three dramas, with changes on four nights of the week (with Tuesday, Saturday and football-populated Sunday remaining intact). The comedies are Up All Night Night, Free Agents, and Whitney; and the dramas The Playboy Club, Prime Suspect, and Grimm.
NBC has renewed "Chuck" and ordered to series Chelsea Handler's pilot and three comedies involving divorce: "Free Agents," starring Hank Azaria, "Bent" starring Amanda Peet, and "BFFs" from two Upright Citizens Brigade alums.