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Suzanne Somers Defends Morgan Freeman as “Big Flirt,” Hopes #MeToo Doesn’t Stop “Seduction” in Hollywood

Suzanne Somers defended Morgan Freeman as "a big flirt" on Fox News on Tuesday. The 'Three's Company' star said she hoped there would be "nice medium" to the recent #MeToo movement exposing sexual harassment.

Throwback Thursday: ‘Three’s Company’ Star Suzanne Somers Remembers Being Fired After Asking for a Raise

"Getting fired for asking for a raise wasn't fair, but I landed on my feet and I've done OK," the actress tells THR as the ACLU calls on the entertainment industry to end gender bias in its hiring practices.

Suzanne Somers Opens Up About ‘Dancing With the Stars’ and Why She Turned It Down for So Long (Q&A)

Somers was asked to join the celebrity cast every season since the show's premiere.

How to Live Forever: The (Mad?) Science Hollywood Is Using to “Cure” Death

It's not just about anti-aging. "Longevity" is the new buzzword as Hollywood embraces all sorts of technology, from an altitude machine favored by tennis star Novak Djokovic to L.A.'s hot new treatment: the very deep freeze

Inside Suzanne Somers’ Palm Springs Retreat

The actress' 73-acre compound features a natural waterfall, hiking trails and an amphitheater carved into rock.

The ’80s Shoulder Pad Comes Back in Mario Casilli’s Photo Book

Showcasing the likes of Joan Collins and Suzanne Somers dripping in satin and jewels, portraits by the late photographer definitely capture the garish grandeur of a decade.

Theater Community Strikes Back at ‘Three’s Company’ Legal Dispute

While "3C" playwright David Adjmi backed down to pressure from legal reps of the vintage 1970s sitcom, a prominent group of playwrights, directors, theater company chiefs and actors is defending his right to publish and continue producing the parody.

Estranged Three’s Company Co-Stars Joyce DeWitt and Suzanne Somers Meet After 30 Years (Video)

Somers calls Ritter "greatest physical comic" of their era.

How to Live Forever: Film Review

The documentary, directed by Mark S. Wexler, is less about how to delay or defeat death and more about what gives life meaning.