The talented Elizabeth Moss joins Cat on the Stoop to talk about "Mad Men" and her newest gig on Broadway in "The Heidi Chronicles."
Titus Welliver discusses new show "Bosch" on Amazon, why he thinks broadcast television will never go away, and why he is always cast as the bad guy.
Peter Facinelli says new show "American Odyssey" is epic and shares some conspiracy stories.
Lee Daniels talks about new hit show "Empire" and how the show is tackling issues of race, sexuality, and so many other issues that hit home for him.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson wears bow ties for gay rights and marriage equality and joins Cat on the Stoop to talk "Modern Family."
Monica Potter gets nostalgic with Cat and introduces us to her new home goods line.
Common talks about his album "Nobody's Smiling" and how he has learned that it's okay not to be perfect after his role in the award-winning film "Selma."
Moby explains the benefits of being vegan (it may surprise you!) and what exactly it takes to truly be happy.
Former Spice Girl Mel B talks about how she got her start and why she doesn't like talking about the future.
Tom Colicchio joins Cat on the stoop to talk about some projects he's deeply passionate about, why politics and food go hand in hand, and exactly what it's like to be a chef.