‘Up All Night’ Adds New Showrunner, ‘Call The Midwife’ Season 2 Premiere Date Announced, PaleyFest to Feature ‘OUAT’, ‘Revolution’ and More

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“Up All Night” is getting a new showrunner. “Nurse Jackie” co-creator Linda Wallem will serve as the comedy’s new showrunner and executive producer, Deadline announced earlier this week.

PBS announced the holiday special of “Call The Midwife” airs Sunday, December 30 at 7:30 p.m. ET and Season 2 debuts March 31 at 8 p.m.

The Paley Center announced earlier this week, that next year’s PaleyFest will feature “Once Upon A Time,” “The Newsroom” and “Revolution.” The full schedule for the event will be announced Jan. 9. [Twitter]

“Leverage” fifth season finale could potentially be its last, says creator Dean Devlin. [EW]

The CW is replacing canceled freshman series ‘Emily Owens’ M.D. with new series “Cult.” The new thriller “Cult” will premiere Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 9/8c. Below is a promo.

Style Network has given the green light to “Styled to Rock,” a fashion design competition exec-produced by and starring Rihanna.

ABC has ordered 13 episodes of a  ‘X Files’ type drama “Weird Desk.” [EW]

USA Network has picked up sci-fi drama pilot from “The Walking Dead’s” executive producer Gale Anne Hurd. “Horizon” follows a FBI secretary who believes her husband was killed battling a spaceship, during WWII.

“Love And Hip Hop” return for a third season 3 Monday, January 7th at 8 p.m. on VH1.

The new season of “Kathy” will debut Thurs., Jan, 10th at 10/9c.

Just for laughs. Watch season 4 bloopers of “Breaking Bad.”

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