News for The Nanny

What's Hot Today

Ann Morgan Guilbert Dies: Dick Van Dyke Show & The Nanny Actress Was 87

Veteran TV and film actress Ann Morgan Guilbert , known as the spirited neighbor on 1960s sitcom The Dick Van Dyke Show and who most recently appeared on the CBS comedy Life In Pieces , died of cancer Tuesday in Los Angeles. Her daughter Nora Eckstein confirmed her mothers death to the Associated Press. Guilbert was 87. Guilberts decades-long career began in the 1950s as a featured performer and singer in the Billy Barnes Revues. She went on to television, landing her...  Read More... //deadline.com/2016/06/ann-morgan-guilbert-dies-dick-van-dyke-show-1201773594/

'The Nanny' cast reunited at Fran Drescher's house

If 2004s one-hour Lifetime special, A Nosh to Remember, wasnt enough, Charles Shaughnessy is here for Nanny fans. The actor shared a series of photos on social media showing a mini reunion with fellow castmembers Fran Drescher and Rene Taylor, taken March 19 at Taylors 83rd... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/bqpRsyERUTw/nanny-cast-reunion

The Cast of The Nanny: Then & Now! (PHOTOS)

Its hard to believe its been 23 years since Fran Fine first laughed her way into our hearts.   Read More... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/6hvIsDm1o3A/

First Look: 'The Nanny' Reunion on 'Happily Divorced'

To say we're nostalgic is an understatement, which is why when this 'Happily Divorced' photo made its way into our hands, well, we had to post. In the Aug. 3 episode (10:30PM on TV Land), Renee Taylor, known to many as Sylvia Fine on 'The Nanny,' reunites with her former TV daughter Fran Drescher on 'Happily Divorced.' Taylor plays an old friend of Dori (Rita Moreno), Fran's current TV mom. Check out the full version of the picture below. Don't be surprised if you get verklempt and your voice suddenly turns incredibly nasal -- it happens to the best of us. //www.aoltv.com/2011/07/29/the-nanny-reunion-on-happily-divorced/

Nanny Fran for Senate?

Forget Flushing - Fran Drescher is ready for Capitol Hill. The Nanny star has thrown her hat into the ring for the race for Hillary Clinton's Senate seat and says she's qualified, according to New York magazine. "I've just been given the appointment of U.S. diplomat," said Drescher while at a party for HBO 's Le Cirque: A Table in Heaven on December 3. "My title is public diplomacy envoy for women's health issues, and I just got back from a four-country European tour of duty. I believe next I'll be sent to the Middle East." As cancer awareness activist, Drescher had been thinking about running for office. "I've been very successful in getting a bill passed in Washington," she said. "I was thinking I'd take the next four years to lay some groundwork, but I'm throwing my hat in the ring." The actress had even voiced her interest back in 2007 to US News stating that if Hillary were to become president, she would "want that seat." read from: TvGuide