April 16, 2018: Mariska Hargitay hits the table
Mariska Hargitay hits the table.
Hargitay joins "The View" to discuss how her role on "Law and Order: SVU" inspired her to educate herself on sexual violence and start the Joyful Heart Foundation.
Hargitay talks working on new documentary "I Am Evidence" to advocate for victims of sexual violence.
Between work, your family and your social life, it's hard to remember when that new movie comes out or what time your favorite show airs. Don't worry, " Good Morning America " has your back. Here are this week's highlights for entertainment: Sunday, April 15 Bravo is known for a good spinoff, but
Taylor Swift has begun to make good on her promise to donate money to organizations that help sexual assault victims defend themselves, after a jury sided with the pop star in her sexual assault trial against former deejay David Mueller. Swift will be making a donation to actress Mariska Hargitay's
Penn Badgley and Domino Kirke have married for the second time. The couple, who originally tied the knot in February, held a second wedding celebration over the weekend, according to various social media posts from the event. "'You only get married twice, once'" Kirke, who is the sister of "Girls"
Our favorite celebrities are really enjoying the Memorial Day holiday. From Serena Williams attending the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix on Sunday, to Hilary Swank and Mariska Hargitay dancing in the Hamptons, it looks like celebs are having a really good time. Also spotted were Neil Patrick Harris,
In the wake of recent discussions from the political campaigns about the conduct and language around sexual assault, a group of celebrity men are challenging the notion that "boys will be boys" in a series of public service announcements. "Law & Order: SVU" star Mariska Hargitay directed the 15-
Lin-Manuel Miranda ended his run in " Hamilton " at the Richard Rodgers Theatre Saturday night. Among those in attendance were U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry , Jennifer Lopez , Jane Fonda , Rosie O'Donnell , Spike Lee and Mariska Hargitay . The creator of the award-winning show, who originated
Mariska Hargitay was on the field at the New York Giants game Sunday night. The "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" actor has spent 17 years playing a detective who investigates crimes like sexual assault and domestic violence, and her off-camera life has been spent bringing awareness to those