“Hold At All Costs” Narrated by Edward Herrman

Edward Herrmann (Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls) is narrating the upcoming documentary film, Hold at All Costs, a film about a specific battle in the Korean War. Edward was chosen as narrator, being known in from his work narrating the audio CD version of David Halberstam’s Korean War book, The Coldest Winter.

In June, 1953, during the last weeks of the Korean War, a battle raged between American soldiers and Chinese Communists for possession of a company-sized piece of ground known as Outpost Harry.

In the course of eight days, eight or ten companies from the 15th Infantry, 3rd Division and 5th Infantry Regiment obeyed their orders to hold Harry “at all costs.” They did so, but at a terrible price.

This is the story of forgotten warriors, in a forgotten battle, of a forgotten war.

Check your local listings to see if this is playing soon on TV for you. Some info may be found here.

Edward Herrmann on “Better With You”

Edward Herrmann (Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls) guest starred last night on the season finale of ABC’s Better With You.


On the episode, Better with the Baby,Mia and Casey realize that they want to be married before their baby is born, so the entire family rushes to make things happen. Edward Herrman stars as the judge (and patient) who helps make the marriage possible.

Watch the episode below:

Thanks Courtney

Alexis Bledel Joined by Kelly Bishop & Edward Herrmann

Alexis Bledel (Rory Gilmore on Gilmore Girls) has stepped onto the red carpet last night to celebrate the 500th performance of the Off Broadway show, Love, Loss, and What I Wore, which she recently joined – her first performance was held on January 12th and she’ll complete her stint on February 13th.


Joining her on the red carpet were her “grandparents”, Kelly Bishop (Emily Gilmore on Gilmore Girls) and Edward Herrmann (Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls)!! Aw, so cute to see them there! And so nice of Kelly & Edward to support Alexis by going to see her performance! [Read more…]

Edward Herrmann Returns to Yale

Edward Herrmann (Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls) returned to Yale tonight to star in A Delicate Balance, a play about family and unexpected guests. The play began showing at the Yale Reperatory Theatre and will continue showings until November 13th.

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Friday night in the suburbs. Agnes and Tobias are a well-off, long-married couple who share their home with Agnes’s older sister, Claire, a self-proclaimed “drunk.” The delicate balance of their lives has already begun to teeter when their best friends arrive unexpectedly, asking if they can stay—indefinitely. The next day, their grown daughter shows up, expecting to move home again after the collapse of her fourth marriage. Agnes and Tobias soon realize they must make some difficult choices about what to do next.

Thanks Nat!

“The Good Wife” 2.04 ‘Cleaning House’ Discussion

The Good Wife 2.04 “Cleaning House”
Air Date: October 19, 2010
Discussion, Full Video & Photo
GUEST STAR: Edward Herrmann (Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls)

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Edward Herrmann guest starred in this episode as a prosecutor, Lionel Deerfield.

Summary: Alicia risks disbarment when Childs’ office suspects her of an ethics violation, which could also ruin Peter’s political campaign. Meanwhile, a third candidate is revealed in the campaign for state’s attorney. EW says it’s the “best episode yet”!

  • Oooh, Edward looks great!
  • Is Alicia an asset or liability to the law firm now?
  • Does Cary believe Alicia to be innocent of leaking the documents? Or does he just want a chance to disbar her?
  • Is Kalinda pretending to be someone else? Is her real name Leila? Did Blake find this out?
  • Is this judge skewed by liking an attorney?
  • Nancy – she may act stupid, but she’s definitely not!
  • LOVE Kalinda, even when she’s bad! Especially when bad, I think!
  • Did Will not want the Florrick’s there because of his relationship with Alicia?
  • Cary – love his reference to Will & Alicia’s "thing". And the way he drank his water to show his superiority – lovely.
  • Why does Peter want to crush Judge Adler?
  • Why did Blake look into Kalinda’s past?
  • Do you think Blake & Kalinda have chemistry? Is that why they fight?
  • Are you surprised that Will has dirt on Glenn? And that he’d use it to protect Alicia?
  • Loved the way that Diane was brought in to stop Judge Adler from running
  • That event just showed how unfit Tamara was for Will and how fit Alicia was, don’t you think?
  • Who is Wendy Scott Carter… that is the question!!

Edward Herrmann Filming “For Robbing the Dead”

The CW Television Network Upfront

Edward Herrmann (Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls) is currently filming a new movie, For Robbing the Dead.

Edward stars as Governor Dawson in a story about ‘compassion toward those who may seem the least deserving of Christian love’

It follows the story of Henry Heath, a law officer in 1862 Salt Lake City. Heath finds himself responsible for the well-being of a prisoner whom he despises – an impoverished French immigrant named Jean Baptiste who is convicted of robbing the graves of the recently deceased. Baptiste is exiled to Antelope Island in the Great Salt Lake. With no one willing to look after this man, Henry Heath becomes Baptiste’s sole defense against the hostile isolation of Antelope Island and the contempt of an entire community. Through his somewhat reluctant service, Heath’s heart softens and his own sorrows find relief.

Edward also has 3 other films which will be released this year, A Root Beer Christmas, Born To Be A Star, and Son of Mourning.

Edward Herrmann Narrates “Hold At All Costs”

Edward Herrmann (Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls) has been confirmed as narrator for the Korean War Documentary, Hold At All Costs. The documentary tells the story of the Battle of Outpost Harry during the war.

Edward begins narration of the trailer about 45 seconds into the video below:

The film will air nationally in the US in June to mark the 60th anniversary of the war’s commencement.