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‘Girls’ Season 3 Teaser Revealed, TBS Renews ‘Men At Work’ & ‘Sullivan & Son’ And More


TBS renews “Men At Work” for a third season; “Sullivan & Son” for a third season; and reality series “Deal With It” for a second season.

Funny men Andy Samberg and Aziz Ansari will join the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco. [EW]

“Hollywood Game Night” will return for a second season in 2014.

Kanye West will stop by Kris Jenner’s talk Show “Kris” on Aug. 23. [EW]

Kym Johnson won’t dance in the Ballroom this season of “Dancing With the Stars.” [EW]

Adrien Brody will star in History network miniseries “Houdini.” [Variety]

Check out “Girls” season three teaser below. The new season returns in 2014.


Sean Lowe Joins ‘DWTS,’ Desiree Hartsock is the Next Bachelorette, ‘Mad Men’ Poster And More!

Sean Lowe Dancing With The Stars

Following the final rose ceremony, Sean Lowe announced Tuesday on “Good Morning America,” he is joining season 16 of “Dancing With the Stars.”

Desiree Hartsock is the new Bachelorette. [Huffington Post]

Melissa McCarthy will host “Saturday Night Live” on April 6.

The Ellen DeGeneres talk show has been renewed through 2017. [EW]

“True Blood” new showrunner Mark Hudis, has been replaced by writer/co-executive producer Brian Buckner. [TVLine]

Check out “Mad Men” season 6 poster and video below.

mad men sason 6 poster

‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 16 Cast Revealed: Lisa Vanderpump, Andy Dick Join The Cast


The cast which includes a football, boxer, “Real Housewife,” and an Olympic Gold medalist was announced today on “Good Morning America.”

The celebrities competing for the Mirror Ball trophy this season are:

  • “Shake It Up!” star Zendaya Coleman with Val Chmerkovskiy
  • “General Hospital” Ingo Rademacher with Kym Johnson
  • Jacoby Jones of the Baltimore Ravens with Karina Smirnoff
  • Boxer Victor Ortiz with Lindsay Arnold
  • Counntry singer Kellie Pickler with Derek Hough
  • Grammy winning artist Wynonna Judd with Tony Dovolani
  • Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman with Mark Ballas
  • Lisa Vanderpump, star of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and “Vanderpump Rules” with Gleb Savchenko
  • Comedian D.L. Hughley with Cheryl Burke
  • Comedian actor Andy Dick with Sharna Burgess
  • Olympic legend Dorothy Hamill with Tristan MacManus

“Dancing With the Stars” Season 16 premieres with a two-hour premiere on Monday, March 18 at 8/7c p.m. on ABC. The first results show airs Tuesday, March 26 at 9/8c p.m.

Emmys Winners: ‘Modern Family,’ ‘Homeland’ Win Big At The 64th Emmys Awards

Showtime’s “Homeland” and ABC’s Modern Family” lucked out this year at the Emmys.

“Modern Family” won four Emmys: best comedy, supporting actor (Eric Stonesstreet), supporting actress (Julie Bowen) and best directing in a comedy series. Elsewhere, Louie C.K., “Louie” won his first Emmy of the tonight for best writing in a comedy series.

Jon Cryer surprisingly nabbed the best actor in a comedy series while, Julia Louis-Dreyfus won best actress in a comedy series for HBO’s freshman “Veep.”

Meanwhile in drama-land, “Homeland” won and  “Mad Men” lost. Damian Lewis and Claire Danes took home the big honors tonight winning lead actor and actress in a drama series. The series “Homeland” which sophomore’s season premieres Sun., Sept. 30 also won the outstanding writing in drama series and best drama series.

“Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul tearfully scored an Emmy in supporting actor category, while Maggie Smith “Downton Abbey” actress won supporting actress in a drama series.

Although”American Horror Story” received 17 nominations,the miniseries won an Emmy- supporting actress, Jessica Lange. “Hatfields & McCoys” and HBO’s “Game Change” cleaned the miniseries or movie category with two and four Emmys respectively.

The 64th Emmy Awards which was broadcasted live by ABC from Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, was hosted by late-night host Jimmy Kimmel.

And the winners were:

  • Outstanding supporting actor in comedy series: Eric Stonestreet, “Modern Family”
  • Outstanding writing in a comedy series: Louie C.K., “Louie”
  • Outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series: Julie Bowen, “Modern Family”
  • Guest Actress in a comedy series: Kathy Bates, “Two and a Half Men”
  • Guest Actor in a comedy series: Jimmy Fallon, “Saturday Night Live”
  • Outstanding director in a comedy series: Steve Levitan, “Modern Family”
  • Lead Actor in a comedy series: Jon Cryer, “Two and a Half Men”
  • Lead Actress in a comedy series: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “Veep”
  • Outstanding comedy series: “Modern Family”
  • Outstanding reality-competitive program: “The Amazing Race”
  • Outstanding reality host: Tom Bergeron, “Dancing with the Stars”
  • Outstanding supporting actor in a drama series: Aaron Paul, “Breaking Bad”
  • Outstanding writing in a drama series: “Homeland”
  • Outstanding supporting actress in a drama series: Maggie Smith, “Downton Abbey”
  • Guest Actress in a drama series Martha Plimpton, “The Good Wife”
  • Guest Actor in a drama series: Jeremy Davies, “Justified”
  • Outstanding director in a drama series: Timothy Van Patten, “Boardwalk Empire”
  • Lead actor in a drama series: Damian Lewis, “Homeland”
  • Lead actress in a drama series: Claire Danes, “Homeland”
  • Outstanding drama series: “Homeland”
  • Outstanding writing in a variety, music or comedy series: Louie C.K., “Louie C.K. Live at the Beacon Theater”
  • Outstanding directing in a variety special: Glenn Weiss
  • Outstanding variety series: “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”
  • Outstanding supporting actress in a miniseries or a movie: Jessica Lange, “American Horror Story”
  • Outstanding supporting actor in a miniseries or a movie: Tom Berenger, “Hatfields & McCoys”
  • Outstanding writing in a miniseries or a movie: Danny Strong, “Game Change”
  • Outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or a movie: Julianne Moore, “Game Change”
  • Outstanding lead actor in a miniseries or a movie: Kevin Costner, “Hatfields & McCoys”
  • Outstanding directing in a miniseries, special or a movie: Jay Roach, “Game Change”
  • Outstanding miniseries or movie: “Game Change”
  • Outstanding reality program “Undercover Boss”
  • Casting in a drama series “Homeland”
  • Casting for a comedy Series “Girls”
  • Casting for a miniseries, movie or a special “Game Change”

Tell us: did your favorite actor/actress or series get snubbed? Or are you happy with the winners?

TV Weekly News: ‘Treme’ Renewed? The Obamas on ‘The View’ And More!

Kerwin II- This time they get an escort

Last week’s TV news you might have missed…

It was announced last night that, “Treme” which premieres tonight at 9 p.m. on HBO has be renewed for a fourth and final season according to series creators David Simon. The show creator reports the last season will be shorter, but the premiere date or the number of episodes ordered have not be revealed. [Nola]

The Obamas: President Barack Obama and the First Lady, Michelle, will make their first joint appearance on “The View” next Tuesday. Will you tune in? [Huff Post]

Regis Philbin is back on daytime TV with a monthly gig on Rachael Ray, titular show. “I’m just a guy showing up on her show once a month,” the former Live! host tells USA Today. “It’s fun to be back on TV when you don’t have to do it every day.”

Maksim Chmerkovskiy announced Wednesday, he will be leaving “Dancing With the Stars” after 15 seasons. Will you miss him? [Hollywood Life]

JoBeth Williams, who plays Addison’s mom on “Private Practice” has been cast to play the mother of Alyssa Milano and Jes Macallan’s characters in “Mistresses.” [TVLine]

Matthew Broderick has bee tapped to guest-star on the ABC comedy’s “Modern Family” as Phil’s neurotic new friend.

Anthony Michael Hall has booked a guest role in “Psych.” Hall will play Harris Trout, a well-dressed eccentric police consultant who is recruited by the mayor him to help make the SBPD run more efficiently. [TVLine]

The original “Teen Mom” cast will return to MTV for two specials. According to MTV, the specials will air:

“Teen Mom Farewell Special”
Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 10 p.m. ET on MTV
Maci, Catelynn, Farrah, and Amber say goodbye with an emotional, final look back on their journeys. From their respective pregnancies to the moments Bentley, Carly, Sophia and Leah and Carly to their struggles thereafter, the “Farewell Special” will include “never-before-seen footage including their original casting tapes, behind-the-scenes secrets and dramatic updates direct from the moms on where they are now.”

“Teen Mom: Ask the Moms Special” 
Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 10:30 p.m. ET on MTV
During this half-hour special, Maci, Farrah, Amber and Catelynn will answer fan questions and discuss the series, their love lives, the realities of filming and more.

“Flashpoint”‘s last season premieres Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 11/10c on ION Television. [TVLine]

Alex Karpovsky, who plays Ray on “Girls,” will guest star on “Law & Order: SVU”‘s 300th episode, which airs Oct. 24. [TVLine]

Amanda Tapping has been cast to recur as Naomi, who is described as a “cool and mysterious, part of a new group of angels we’ve never seen before” in “Supernatural”s forthcoming season. Additionally, Mike Farrell, “M*A*S*H” alum has been tapped to guest star as Fred Jones in 8th episode of the season. [TVLine]

Anastasia Griffith who recurred on “Once Upon A Time” has booked a guest star role on Cinemax’s “Banshee.” Griffith will play a prison psychiatrist who treats Lucas, he main character of the new series. [TVLine]

“Tosh.O’ has been renewed for a fifth season of 30 episodes by Comedy Central. [EW]

FX has renewed its late-night series “Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell” for a second season which debuts October 11 at 11:30 pm.

“Love & Hip Hop”‘s spinoff Chrissy & Mr. Jones premieres tomorrow on VH1 at 9:30/8:30c. Watch the promo below.

That’s all for this week folks! 

Sabrina Bryan Wins Viewers’ Choice on ‘Dancing with the Stars’


Sabrina Bryan won the 13th slot on “Dancing With the Stars All-Star” season.

The Cheetah Girl told anchors on GMA, “I am so excited. I’m getting teary eyed just right now.” Bryan, who finished seventh during “DWTS”‘ sixth season, has scored a return to ‘DWTS’ by winning the “Viewers’ Choice” vote over fellow alumni Kyle Massey and Carson Kressley.

‘Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars’ Pairs Revealed

Bryan will dance with pro partner Louis van Amstel during the All-Star season.

“DWTS” returns Sept. 24 at 8/7c.

‘Dancing With The Stars’ Cast Revealed!

The cast of “Dancing with the Stars” season 14 has finally been revealed! The cast was announced today on “Good Morning America.”

The cast includes: Jack Wagner, star of “Melrose Place”, Melissa Gilbert, star of “Little House on the Prairie”, Donald Driver, all-time leading receiver of the Green Bay Packers, William Levy, telenovela star, Gavin DeGraw, singer, Martina Navratilova, tennis star, Gladys Knight, music legend, Maria Menounos, TV host, Katherine Jenkins, opera singer, Sherri Shepherd, co-host of “The View”, Roshon Fegan, Disney star and Jaleel White, star of “Family Matters.”

Here is the list of the celebrity-professional partners:

Jack Wagner & Anna Trebunskaya

Gladys Knight & Tristan MacManus

Melissa Gilbert & Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Donald Driver & Peta Murgatroyd

Martina Navratrilova & Tony Dovolani

Katherine Jenkins & Mark Ballas

William Levy & Cheryl Burke

Jaleel White & Kym Johnson

Gavin DeGraw & Karina Smirnoff

Sherri Shepherd & Valentin Chmerkovskiy

Roshon Fegan & Chelsie Hightower

Maria Menounos & Derek Hough

Season 14 kicks off a two hour season premiere on Monday, March 19 at 8:00-10:01 p.m., ET. Then on Tuesday, March 27 the premiere of “Dancing with the Stars the Result Show” on 9:00-10:01 p.m., ET.