Maureen Lenker
Maureen Lenker

Maureen Lee Lenker

Maureen is a native SoCal resident who loves the beach, but hates driving. She is the EW romance columnist for the books section, as well as a TV, Movies, and Theatre reporter. Follow her for all things classic Hollywood, romantic, and musical theater/history related.
All the tea from upstairs and downstairs.
Advertisement
Jensen Ackles is trading in demon hunting for crime fighting.
'We can go on with these people as long as the audience wants to go on seeing them.'
'It was designed for her. Nobody else should be seen in that dress,' the famed designer tells EW.
TCM and the Met are making it work with their new Follow the Thread limited series.
Advertisement
Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special will arrive at the end of the month.
The big-canvas Australian auteur takes on another flashy entertainer in Elvis — but don’t call it a biopic
Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special will arrive at the end of the month.
The big-canvas Australian auteur takes on another flashy entertainer in Elvis — but don’t call it a biopic
"I'm on Team Lusty here," Hiddleston's costar Claire Danes says.
When it comes to romance novels, tis the season for summer lovin'. Here are our hot-weather faves, which range from sweet to spicy.
Advertisement
See the cover for 'Queen Move' author Kennedy Ryan's next novel, Before I Let Go
The actor and comedian was taken into custody in Orange County, Calif.
The Netflix series, based on Robyn Carr's bestselling romance novels, returns for season 4 on July 20.
Get your first glimpse of Imelda Staunton's return to Downton Abbey.
The company said leaked performance footage represents "a gross and unacceptable violation of trust between the actor and audience."
"Shot Sage Blue Marilyn" sold for $195 million — the highest price ever for a 20th century artwork.
The Normal People star takes on a role that pushes her toward the A list
Advertisement
The actor's career spanned around 200 TV and movie credits, including The Man in the High Castle, Point Break, Waterworld, and Mad Men.
Plus, why the trio don't ever want to play the Hollywood Bowl again (it's not why you think).
Zachary Quinto and Calista Flockhart chew the scenery with booze-soaked abandon.
The tour, currently making a stop at Los Angeles' Ahmanson Theatre via Center Theatre Group, proves that we never should've doubted its staying power.
Time for some daddy issues...
The bell couldn't save them this time.