These days, Rachel Bilson’s typical night revolves around watching cartoons. If she’s particularly lucky, she might tune into a baking competition instead. “Right now, [my daughter is] watching Bake Squad on Netflix. She’ll watch a whole series and then be done. I’ll tune in and out. But certain ones, like Bake Squad, I’m down,” Bilson says. “Then she falls asleep, and then I’m out immediately, too. It’s a real rager.”
Fox’s upcoming anthology Accused has upped the star power of its cast.
Margo Martindale (The Americans) and Molly Parker (House of Cards) will appear in an episode tackling conspiracy theories. Coming to Fox in January, the anthology from Homeland‘s Howard Gordon will feature a collection of 15 stories of crime and punishment.
Rachel Bilson (The O.C.) and Jack Davenport (The Morning Show) are set to appear in an episode about a family caught in a troubling situation. Reid Miller and August Maturo also star.
J. Harrison Ghee (Kinky Boots) will appear in the Billy Porter-directed episode about a drag queen’s affair and its aftermath. And Ian Anthony Dale (Hawaii Five-0) has been cast in an episode about a brother striving to protect his sibling who was injured in a devastating car accident as a child.
During a recent podcast, Rachel Bilson quipped that her ex Bill Hader is well-endowed. On Monday’s episode of her “Broad Ideas” podcast, Bilson’s guest, Tommy Dorfman, asked her what she missed “the most” about her relationship with the “Barry” star.
The 40-year-old actress jokingly replied, “His big d–k” before the pair burst into laughter and she added, “We can keep that. … And cut, let’s move on.” The former couple sparked relationship rumors in late 2019 and made their red carpet debut at the Golden Globes in January 2020.
However, they called it quits later that year, with Bilson admitting their split “hurt like a motherf–ker.”