Entertainment 2014: Lindsay Lohan's year By Kaydi Poirier/NEWSDAY.COM Updated December 31, 2014 10:47 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email It's been a relatively tame, drama-free year for Long Island native Lindsay Lohan. After a rocky 2013 that saw her in and out of court and sentenced to rehab, the actress seemed to get back on track in 2014. Take a look at some highlights from the past 12 months, including her Oprah network "docu-series," the 10-year anniversary of "Mean Girls" and her London stage debut in "Speed-the-Plow." Sundance Photo Credit: Getty Images / Andrew H. Walker On Jan. 20, Lindsay Lohan made a surprise appearance at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, to announce she will star in and co-produce an upcoming film called "Inconceivable," alongside producer Randall Emmett. 'The Tonight Show' Photo Credit: Getty Images Shortly after Jimmy Fallon took over The Tonight Show," Lohan showed up for a fierce (and fiercely funny) game of "Water War," on March 6, 2014. 'Lindsay' reality show Photo Credit: Oprah Winfrey Network On March 9, Lohan's reality show, "Lindsay," premiered on Oprah's OWN Network. The eight-episode "docu-series," which began filming just days after its star finished a three-month rehab stint, followed her recovery and her efforts to jump-start her career again in New York City. The minimal action was propelled by appearances by her mother, Dina, and Oprah herself. On the final episode, Lohan revealed she had a miscarriage during filming. Coachella Photo Credit: Getty Images / Christopher Polk Lohan probably had some wondering if she was headed back to her old, hard-partying ways when she showed up at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. Here, she attends a performance by Lana Del Rey on Sunday, April 13, 2014. '2 Broke Girls' Photo Credit: CBS / Sonja Flemming On the April 14, 2014 episode of CBS's "2 Broke Girls," Lohan played an indecisive bride-to-be who asks Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) to make her wedding cake. 'The View' Photo Credit: ABC / Heidi Gutman When Lohan guest-hosted the Friday, April 18, 2014 episode of ABC's "The View," she was given a warm welcome by the regular co-hosts, especially Barbara Walters, right, who said she'd been trying to get an interview with the "Mean Girls" actress for years. 'Mean Girls' turns 10 Photo Credit: Paramount Pictures The actress who played Cady Heron celebrated the 10th anniversary of "Mean Girls" by posting a sketch on Instagram of the character Damian, with his line "She doesn't even go here." Lohan captioned the image: "He has a point #happybirthday #10years #MeanGirls." Speed-the-Plow Photo Credit: Getty Images / Tim P. Whitby In September, Lohan traveled to London to make her stage debut, in the West End revival of David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow," for which she received decent reviews. When it closed in November, she hinted via Instagram that she may be looking to do another of the playwright's works, writing, "...ONE MAMET DOWN!!! Next stop. 1 year #OLEANNA." 'Speak' anniversary 2014 also marked the decade-anniversary of Lohan's initial music effort, her angsty, rock-inspired, "Speak," which featured the singles "Rumors" and "Over." It peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 list. Chikungunya virus Photo Credit: Instagram/LindsayLohan In December, Lohan was diagnosed with Chikungunya while vacationing in French Polynesia, she revealed via Twitter. Chikungunya is a virus transmitted through infected mosquitoes, and it has no known cure. "I refuse to let a virus effect my peaceful vacation," Lohan posted on Instagram on Dec. 29. By Kaydi Poirier/NEWSDAY.COM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.