‘The Good Wife’ Season 4 Promo: Kalinda Vs. Nick (Her Ex-Husband)

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“The Good Wife” just got hotter.

Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) goes toe-to-toe with her dangerous ex-husband, Nick (Marc Warren) in the promo below. Nick is in town, and from the look of things, Kalinda is not happy about that.

“The Good Wife” returns “stronger” and “sexier” Sun., Sept. 30 at 9/8c on CBS.

’30 Rock’ Cast Byran Cranston and Catherine O’Hara And More Casting News

“Breaking Bad” star, Bryan Cranston and movie veteran Catherine O’Hara will be visiting the Plaza.

TV Guide reports the duo will appear in the last season of “30 Rock.” O’Hara is set to play Kenneth Parcell’s mom, while Cranston will play Ron, her “friend.”

’30 Rock’ Scoop: Is Liz Going to be a Mother?

“30 Rock” returns Thursday, Oct. 4 at 8/7c on NBC.

More casting news…

Gloria Votsis (White Collar) will guest-star on the CBS drama ‘Person of Interest’ as Maxine Angelis, a hotshot reporter who will appear in episode 5 of the forthcoming season. [TVLine]

“White Collar” star Willie Garson will guest star as Sarah Chalke’s uncle on ABC’s new comedy “How To Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life).” Meanwhile, Reid Scott “My Boys” alum will also guest in the comedy series as Chalke’s former classmate who is now a hot doctor. [EW]

Henry Winkler and Judy Greer will return to “Arrested Development” for the series’ fourth season. Winkler will reprise his role as Barry Zuckerkorn, while Greer also tweeted she will return as Kitty Sanchez. [HUFF POST]

Angelique Cabral will recur in ABC’s “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23” as June’s fox-y new co-worker and nemesis. [TVLine]

Which Couple Is Tying The Knot On ‘Grey’s?’

Grey's Anatomy, Arizona and Callie Wedding

We are having another wedding on “Grey’s!” A wedding is the least we can have now, following that deadly season finale. (RIP Lexie.)

Showrunner Shonda Rhimes told TVLine, a couple on the drama series will be saying “I dos” on upcoming season. Rhimes continued, “We are going to have a wedding this season. But that’s all I’m going to say.”

So who is getting married?

Our guesses are:

Cristina and Owen: Shonda Rhimes hinted the married couple might be getting back together. Considering the big fallout they had over having kids and abortion issue, my broken couple might choose to renew their vows, with Bailey officiating.

Bailey and Ben: Maybe they will get married since they decided to get married during the last season finale. Of course, Bailey will officiate her second wedding. Duh.

Alex and his new love interest: Seeing that Rhimes wants Alex to find his person and be happy. We are thinking he will find someone this season and decide to get married quickly, in order to make sure it is real.

April and Avery: We all know how April feels about being a virgin on her wedding night, so she might freak out and propose to Avery when she returns from home.

What do you think? Who do you think is getting hitched?

“Grey’s Anatomy” is set to premiere Thurs., Sept. 27 on ABC.

‘Person of Interest’ Season 2 Promo: Root Still Has Finch?!

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How long will Mr. Finch be kidnapped?

According to the second season promo, it seems Mr. Finch won’t be back in business with Reese soon. I hope my favorite ex-CIA field officer will enlist Carter and Fusco’s help in order to save Finch.

How long will Root hold our friend, Mr. Finch hostage? Find out when “POI” returns Sept., 17 on CBS.

Watch the promo below.

Charlie Sheen’s ‘Anger Management’ Gets A 90-Episode Renewal

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FX has picked up Charlie Sheen’s comedy series “Anger Management” for a 90-episode renewal. Winning!

Sheen stars as Charlie, a formal professional baseball player, whose rage issues ended his career and led him to become a non-traditional therapist specializing in anger management.

As previously reported Martin Sheen, who plays Charlie’s dad on screen will be bumped up to a series regular on ‘Anger Management.’

Chuck Saftler, executive vp of FX said, “Bruce Helford has created a sitcom that works extremely well in our pre-10 p.m. programming lineup. Charlie Sheen and the entire cast did an amazing job in the first ten episodes, which were produced in a very tight window. I have no doubt that the producers and cast will be able to pull off the Herculean task of producing 90 episodes over the next two years.”

The second season production starts Sept. 24.

‘Scandal’ Star Heads to ‘Weeds’ And More Casting News

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Guillermo will return to Agrestic!

According to TVGuide, Guillermo Diaz, who currently stars on ABC’s hit drama “Scandal” will reprise his role as Guillermo Garcia Gómez in the final three episodes of “Weeds.” Diaz is set to appear beginning with the 100th episode on Sunday, Sept. 9.

As previously reported, “Weeds” will end with a two-part series finale on September 16.  Additionally Mary-Louise Parker told critics, “I think it’s [“Weeds” finale] beautiful. I cried when I read it.”

The series finale is expected to air Sept. 16.

More casting news…

Valerie Bertinelli will reunite with her former “One Day at a Time” co-star Pat Harrington Jr. in an upcoming episode of “Hot in Cleveland.” Harrington will play the manager of an apartment building where Bertinelli’s boyfriend lives. [TV Guide]

“The Newsroom” star David Harbour has been cast as a guest star in CBS’ new crime drama “Elementary.” Harbour is set to play a brilliant surgeon named Dr. Mason Baldwin. [TVLine]

Laura Vandervoort has booked a double-episode arc on Syfy’s “Haven.” The “Smallville” alum will play an intelligent and beautiful woman, who has been driven to the brink of madness by the loss of a loved one. [TVLine]

Shelley Long, who played Dede Pritchett, Jay’s ex-wife and the mother of Claire and Mitchell on “Modern Family” will reprise her role on the comedy series. [TV Guide]

Kelly Overton, who played Alcide’s werewolf love interest on HBO’s “True Blood,” has landed a guest star role on an episode of The CW’s “Beauty and the Beast.” Overton will play Claire, a doctoral student who meets medical examiner Evan (Max Brown) online. [TV Guide]

‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ ‘Que Sera Sera’ Trailer

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A new trailer for “American Horror Story: Asylum” features the cast – Adam Levine, Sarah Paulson,Lily Rabe, Evan Peters, Chloe Sevigny, Zachary Quinto- are lying in hospital beds while a  cacophonous version of “Que Sera, Sera” plays.

Watch it the trailer below.

“AHS” premieres Wednesday, Oct 17 on FX.

MTV Cancels ‘Jersey Shore’

Season six will be 'Jersey Shore's' last


You saw that coming right? Considering one of the interesting characters recently had a baby and all.

MTV announced earlier today that the sixth season of “Jersey Shore” will be its last. The final season of the reality series is set to premiere Oct. 4 at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.

The network is airing a retrospective “Jersey Shore” special titled “Gym, Tan, Look Back” that will include a first look at the final season. The special will air before the Video Music Awards on Thursday, Sept. 6. The cast will make a live appearance on the red carpet during the VMAs pre-show, as well.

Will miss “Jersey Shore?” Or are you happy the reality show has been canceled?


Meet the Cast of ‘The Amazing Race’ 21

CBS announced today the eleven teams that will race around the world on “The Amazing Race.”

Joining a pair of Chippendales dancers, a double amputee professional snowboarder, a member of the White Lion and Megadeth are the famous Fabulous Beekman Boys.

There is a twist this season. Did we mention the grand prize of the race is $2 million?!

“TAR” premieres Sunday, Sept. 30 8/7c.

Check out the cast and watch the promo below.

Vinessa Shaw and Michael Wiseman Head to ‘Vegas’ And More Casting News


CBS’ new fall drama series “Vegas” has booked two recurring characters.

Vinessa Shaw and Michael Wiseman (The Closer) have been cast in the ’60s mob crime drama, Deadline reports. Shaw (3:10 to Yuma) will play Michael Chiklis’ wife.

Additionally, Wiseman will play Joey Rizzo, a hot-headed right-hand man of Chicago gangster Angelo Lombardi (Jonathan Banks).

The ’60s mob drama kicks off Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 10 p.m. ET.

More casting news…

Rusty Coones will play Quinn, the nomad president who has been mentioned since season 1 of “Sons of Anarchy.” [TVLine]

“Lost” alumni Jorge Garcia is set to guest star in “Once Upon A Time.” Garcia has been booked to play ‘The Giant.’ [EW]

“Unforgettable” vet Michael Gaston heads to ABC’s new drama “Last Resort.” Gaston will appear in a multi-episode arc as Kylie’s (Aurumn Reeser) father. [Deadline]

Kelen Coleman (The Newsroom) has tapped to recur in “Hart of Dixie”‘s second season. Coleman has booked to play Presley, a pretty but tomboyish love interest for George. [TVLine]