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CBS 2013-2014 Premiere Dates Revealed: ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Final Season Debuts With A Special Hour-long Premiere

We Are Men
We Are Men

CBS 2013 fall schedule is kicking off on Sept. 18 with the 27th edition of reality series “Survivor.”

The America’s #1 network will premiere nearly most of its returning and new programs during the official premiere week.

“The 65th Primetime Emmy® Awards” is set to air live on Sunday, Sept. 22, while the final season of “How I Met Your Mother” debuts with a special one-hour Episode on Monday, Sept. 23 at 8/7c.

New series “Mom” and “Hostages” premiere Monday, Sept. 23, with “The Millers” and “The Crazy Ones” debuting on Thursday, Sept. 26, while “We Are Men” Debuts Monday, Sept. 30.

Below is the full schedule.

Wednesday, Sept. 18

8 p.m. Survivor (Season 27 edition, 90 minutes)

Sunday, Sept. 22
8 p.m. The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards

Monday, Sept. 23

8 p.m. How I Met Your Mother (Season 9/final season)
9 p.m. 2 Broke Girls (Season 3)
9:30 p.m. Mom (new series/series debut)
10 p.m. Hostages (new series)

Tuesday, Sept. 24

8 p.m. NCIS (Season 11)
9 p.m. NCIS: Los Angeles (Season 5)
10 p.m. Person of Interest (Season 3)

Wednesday, Sept. 25
9 p.m. Criminal Minds (Season 9)
10 p.m. CSI (Season 14)

Thursday, Sept. 26

8 p.m. The Big Bang Theory (Season 7)
8:30 p.m. The Millers (new series/series debut)
9 p.m. The Crazy Ones (new series/series debut)
9:30 p.m. Two and a Half Men (Season 11)
10 p.m. Elementary (Season 2)

Friday, Sept. 27

8 p.m. Undercover Boss (Season 5)
9 p.m. Hawaii Five-0 (Season 4)
10 p.m. Blue Bloods (Season 4)

Saturday, Sept. 28

10 p.m. 48 Hours (Season 26)

Sunday, Sept. 29
7 p.m. 60 Minutes (Season 46)
8 p.m. The Amazing Race (23rd Edition)
9 p.m. The Good Wife (Season 5)
10 p.m. The Mentalist (Season 6)

Monday, Sept. 30

8:30 p.m. We Are Men (new series/series debut)

Monday, Feb. 24
10 p.m. Intelligence (new series/series debut)

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Garcelle Beauvais Leaving ‘Franklin And Bash’ And More Casting News

Garcelle Beauvais Leaving Franklin and Bash

“Franklin And Bash” is dropping Garcelle Beauvais.

Beauvais played Hanna Linden, a senior partner at the Infeld Daniels firm and Damien Karp’s ex on the TNT’s series.

The actress tweeted the news Wednesday: “Just found out that I’m not being ‘asked back on @franklinandbash #stunned.”

Psych’ Books Garcelle Beauvais

It appears Beauvais has been cast in “Arrested Development, according to her tweet. “[I] Had fun on @franklinandbash wish them a great season. lots of projects in the works #flight #whitehousedown #arresteddevelopment #psych.”

More casting news…

Rick Worthy has been cast on “Vampire Diaries” as Rudy Hopkins, Bonnie’s (Kat Graham) long lost father. [TV Guide]

“Bones” actor Ryan Cartwright will play Penny’s pal Cole on “The Big Bang Theory.” [THR]

Freda Foh Shen joins “Elementary” as  Joan Watson’s (Lucy Liu) mother. [TVLine]

Ethan Embry has joined ‘Once Upon A Time” in a recurring role. Deets about his role are scare, but Embry will be a visitor visiting Storybrooke. [TVLine]

‘Veep’ Books Kevin Dunn

Gary Cole has been booked to play Kent in a multi-episode arc on HBO’s comedy series “Veep.”  [Deadline]

CBS Picks Up Full Seasons of ‘Vegas’ And ‘Elementary’

vegas picked up for a full season

CBS’ new dramas “Vegas” and “Elementary” have been picked for full seasons, the network announced today.

“Vegas” stars Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis in 1960’s drama, which averages 14.94 million viewers. While, Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu’s “Elementary” has averaged 14.3 million viewers and a 3.5/10 in adults 18-49 in its Thursday at timelot.

Nina Tassler, President, CBS Entertainment said in a statement: ““Vegas” and “Elementary” have opened strong, delivering big audiences and winning performances in important time periods. Each of the shows has rich characters, big stars and a unique visual style that have stood out in the crowd, helping make two of our strongest nights even stronger.”

All is not rosy in CBS’ land, last week ‘Made In Jersey’ was cancelled.

Bradley Whitford Heads to ‘Shameless’ And More Casting News

Shameless Bradley Whitford

Bradley Whitford has been cast to guest star on “Shameless.”

The paid cable network announced today, “The West Wing” alum will appear in multi-episode arc on “Shameless’s” upcoming season.

Whitford will star as Abraham, “a powerful, well-dressed, sophisticated gay man who is a political activist.”

“Shameless” third season premieres Sun., Jan. 13.

In other casting news…

“The View” co-host, and movie veteran Whoopi Goldberg has been cast in the seventh episode of “666 Park Avenue.” Goldberg will guest star as Drake’s longtime resident who uses hypnosis to help Jane understand the building’s supernatural nature. [EW]

Lisa Edelstein has been tapped to guest star on CBS’ “Elementary.” The “House” alum will appear on the seventh episode of the Sherlock drama as Heather Vanowen, the confident and charismatic CEO of a high-end PR consultancy, TVLine reports. Additionally, Callie Thorne, who stars on “Necessary Roughness,” has been to guest star as Terry D’Amico Gregson’s former partner, on the series. Thorne is set to appear in the drama’s sixth episode. [TVLine]

Daniel Henney (“Three Rivers”) will play Michael Noshimuri, Adam’s brother, who was just released from Penitentiary after serving 15 years on “Hawaii Five-0.” [TV Guide]

“King Of Queens”‘ alum Patton Oswalt has been booked to appear in “Justified’s” forthcoming fourth season. Oswalt will play Bob Sweeney, a local constable who attended high school with Raylan and has been hired by the lawman to watch Arlo’s house. [TVLine]

Robbie Amell (“Revenge”) heads to “1600 Penn” in a recurring role. Amell joins the cast as D.B., a handsome, sweet young man. [EW]

“Up All Night” has booked “Alphas” actress Azita Ghanizada to star as Ava’s new-found best friend. TVLine reports. In addition, Tony Hale, who starred on “Veep” will play Dr. Welborn, Reagan’s flirty dentist. [TV Guide]

Bill Maher to Appear in ‘The Good Wife’ And More Casting News

Bill Maher has booked a role on “The Good Wife.”
The comedian and host of HBO’s “The Real Time with Bill Maher” will play himself in an episode of the upcoming season, the network announced today.
In Addition, TVLine reports, Judd Hirsch will appear as a judge on the CBS’ drama.
 

The “Numbers” alum and Maher join “TGW’ star studded guest stars: John Shea, Mike Colter, Christina Ricci, Kristin Chenoweth, Nathan Lane, Brian Dennehy, Annabella Sciorra, Maura Tierney, Amanda Peet, and Marc Warren.

The Good Wife returns Sunday, Sept. 30 at 9:30/8:30c on CBS.

More casting news…

Brain McNamara is set to guest star as a pet expo proprietor in an upcoming episode of “Bones.” [TVLine]

Britney Spears’s mentor on “The X Factor” is the Black Eyed Peas front-man will.i.am. [TVGuide]

“Brothers & Sisters” vet Gilles Marini has been promoted to series regular on ABC Family drama “Switched at Birth.” [Deadline]

Jason Lee has landed guest role on TBS comedy “Men at Work.” Lee will play the guys’ annoying co-worker  in the comedy’s sophomore season. [TV Guide]

June Diane Raphael (New Girl) has booked a recurring role as a new hire on NBC’s new comedy “Animal Practice.” [THR]

Jon Michael Hill (Detroit 187) has been made a series regular on CBS’ Sherlock drama “Elementary.” The “Detroit 187” star will play a detective in the new series. [Deadline]

R&B star Ne-Yo has landed a cameo in The CW series “90210.” [TV Guide]

‘Pan Am’ Alum To Guest Star on ‘The Good Wife’ And More Casting News

Christina Ricci, Pan Am, The Good Wife

Christina Ricci is flying to “The Good Wife.”

CBS announced Wednesday, the “Pan Am” alum will guest star on an upcoming episode of “The Good Wife.”  Ricci will play a controversial comedienne who needs Lockhart/Gardner’s assistance.

Ricci joins “The Good Wife”‘s impressive guest stars: Kristin Chenoweth, Nathan Lane, Brian Dennehy, Annabella Sciorra, Maura Tierney, Amanda Peet, and Marc Warren.

The CBS drama, returns Sun., Sept. 30, on CBS.

More casting news…

Olympic gold- medalist Ryan Lochte will make a cameo appearance in “30 Rock”‘s final season. [EW]

British actor Roger Rees (Warehouse 13) has been cast in a guest star role, which could result in a recurring role on CBS’ upcoming drama “Elementary.” Rees is set to play an important figure from Holmes’s past. [EW]

Kim Raver, “Grey’s Anatomy” alum has landed a recurring role on “Revolution.” However details about her character are being kept under wraps. Who you think Raver will play? [TVLine]

“30 Rock” star, Tina Fey will play a mean substitute teacher on FOX’s animation comedy, “The Simpsons.” [EW]

Emmy nominee’s Frances Conroy, who starred on “American Horror Story” season one has joined “American Horror Story: Asylum.” Showrunner Ryan Murphy announced the casting via Twitter on Wednesday, sharing Conroy will be playing “the ultimate angel.”

Susan Misner, who recently appeared on CBS’ drama “Person of Interest” has inked a potential recurring role on Fox’s midseason thriller “The Following.” [EW]

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

Scandal, Weeds

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]

Debbie Allen to Return to ‘Grey’s’ And More Casting News

Debbie Allen

Debbie Allen will reprise her role as Jackson’s (Jesse Williams) mother on “Grey’s Anatomy.”

Allen is set to appear as Catherine Avery in the fourth episode of the forthcoming season, TV Guide reports.

“Grey’s Anatomy” returns Thursday, Sept. 27 at 9/8c on ABC.

More casting news…

Wendy Crewson has been tapped to guest star on “Revenge.” The “24” alum will play Helen, a powerful business executive who has business with Conrad. [TV Guide]

Chris Diamantopoulos will guest-star in Fox’s new comedy series “The Goodwin Games.” Diamantopoulos’s character Chad Morrow is a charismatic doctor who is popular in the Goodwins’ hometown. [TVGuide]

Anika Noni Rose will guest-star in an episode of CBS’ new drama “Elementary.” Rose will play a former doctor colleague of Lucy Liu’s Joan Watson. [TV Guide]

“24” alum Annie Wersching will join Body of Proof third season for a multi-episode arc. Wersching will play a nurse in the new season’s two-part premiere. [TV Line]

Zach Braff to Reunite with Donald Faison on ‘The Exes’ And More Casting News

Scrubs

“The Exes”  will host a “Scrubs” reunion.

Zach Braff and former co-star Donald Faison will reunite on an upcoming episode of TV Land’s “The Exes.” (cue music)

According to THR, Braff will play Chuck Feeney, a pro tennis player and client of Donald Faison’s character. Feeney was further described as a ladies man who turns out to be more of a “man’s man.” Braff is set to appear on the Aug. 29 episode.

Faison and Braff previously appeared as BFFs Turk and J.D. on “Scrubs.”

“The Exes” airs Wednesdays at 10:30 p.m. on TV Land.

 

More casting news…

Alan Dale will appear in two episodes as Emmett an actor who has a thing for Victoria Chase (Wendie Malick) on “Hot in Cleveland.” [TV Guide]

Wendi McLendon-Covey has been cast to guest-star on “Modern Family.” The Bridesmaids actress and Michaela Watkins (SNL) will play a lesbian couple whose son gets into a fight with Lily on the first day of kindergarten. [EW]

Jenny Slate (SNL) has been booked to play Joan, a social worker who checks Hope’s living conditions on “Raising Hope.” [TVLine]

Craig Bierko (Boston Legal) and Molly Price (Third Watch) are set to guest-star in CBS’ upcoming drama, “Elementary.” Bierko will play Fowkes, a COO of Wall Street financial firm who is involved in a murder investigation. While, Price is set to play Donna, Fowkes’ trusted executive secretary. [TVLine]