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‘Revolution’ Taps a ‘Taken’ Actor And More Casting News

Leland Orser joins revolution

NBC’s “Revolution” cast “Taken” and “Sons of Anarchy” actors.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Leland Orser, who starred in the “Taken” franchise has been tapped to play John Samborn on the drama series. Samborn is described as a “tense scientist who loves to build weapons.”

Meanwhile, “Sons of Anarchy” actor Patrick St. Esprit, will play a tough rebel leader, named Wayne Ramsey, EW reports.

Both actors are join the series in possible recurring roles.

“Revolution” airs Mondays, at 10 p.m. on NBC.

More casting news…

Sarah Shahi, “Fairly Legal” actress has booked a multi-episode arc on NBC’s “Chicago Fire” as Renee, a new love interest for Taylor Kinney’s character. [TV Guide]

Fred Willard is heading to “Hot In Cleveland.” Willard willcali play Dr. Thomas Hill, Georgia Engel’s character’s old love interest. [THR]

Mark Deklin (“GCB”) has been cast to replace Chris Wiehl On “Castle.” [TVLine]

Chloe Sevigny will star as a workaholic detective named Catherine on the A&E pilot “Those Who Kill.” [THR]

Grant Gustin, (“Glee”) is “90210” bound. Gustin has joined The CW drama for a multi-episode arc as Campbell, a hunky college student from a rich background. [THR]

“Dark Knight” actress Monique Curnen will play Agent Tamsin Wade, who is working in the gang division of CBI on “The Mentalist.” [EW]

Jason Beghe has joined “Last Resort.” The “Californication” actor will play an ex-Navy SEAL on the ABC drama. [THR]

‘Arrow’ Adds ‘Torchwood’ Star And More Casting News

John Barrowman Arrow

Captain Jack is joining CW’s new series “Arrow.”

EW reports, John Barrowman has been cast in a recurring role for the comic book based drama. The “Torchwood” star will play a mysterious, wealthy, well-dressed man, who is “an acquaintance of the Queen family and a prominent figure in Starling City.”

“Arrow” is set to debut Wednesday, Oct. 10 on The CW.

In other casting news…

H. Jon Benjamin (Family Guy) will guest-star in “Suburgatory.” Benjamin will play Tabitha, Dallas’ life coach.  [TVLine]

Kathryn Erbe will reprise her “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” role on the upcoming season of “Law & Order: SVU” as a detective working for a joint City/Federal Homeland Security Task Force who crosses paths with the SVU squad.

John Slattery has been tapped to join “Arrested Development.” Information about his character is scare but the “Mad Men” star will appear in multiple episodes of the comedy series. [TVLine]

“GCB” star Miriam Shor will recur as a reporter on “The Good Wife.” It seems the “GCB” star will be replacing fellow “GCB” star Kristin Chenoweth on ‘The Good Wife.’  [TVLine]

“Saturday Night Live” vet Rachel Dratch will reunite with former castmate Maya Rudolph on season 2 of “Up All Night.” Dratch will play a superfan of Ava’s (Rudolph’s character) talk show. [THR]

Ayelet Zurer (Angels & Demons) will guest star on the upcoming season of “Touch.” Zurer will portray Rosemary Mathis, a gifted architect who had special talents from an early age. [TVLine]

Lucy Lawless (Spartacus) has been cast in a multi-episode arc on “Parks and Recreation.” Lawless will play a single mom and a love interest for Ron (Nick Offerman). [TVLine]

Kristin Chenoweth Heads to ‘The Good Wife’

Kristin Chenoweth will join “The Good Wife.”

Kristin Chenoweth will recur as a political reporter, who covers Peter’s campaign and…marriage. She joins Maura Tierney & Marc Warren as guest stars.

Related: ‘The Good Wife’ Casts Maura Tierney & Marc Warren.

Chenoweth will make her debut in “The Good Wife” season 4 premiere episode. Kristin Chenoweth previously starred on ABC’s cancelled “GCB.”

“The Good Wife” fourth season premieres in September.

Weekly TV News!!

Hi beautiful people! Missed me? Well, a lot happened in our TV world last week, some series were cancelled, some were picked up, while others were picked up for a shorter and last season. First, “Desperate Housewives” series finale airs tonight. Will you watch the final episodes? Vote in the poll below and check out the preview of the last two episodes.

Lifetime order a reality show starring Whitney Houston’s family, “Houston Family Chronicles” according to Huffington. Bobbie Kristina, Cissy, Pat Houston, Pat’s daughter, Rayah, and Gary Houston will be featured in the series. The one-hour reality show is set to premiere sometime in 2012. Will you watch the reality series?

The second season of ‘Suits’ premieres June 14 on USA Network. But first check out the video below for season one recap.

For the full list of renewed and cancelled shows, click here.

The Renewals:

“Long Island Medium” was picked up for a third season by TLC

“Cougar Town” is moving to TBS! Courtney Cox’s series was picked for a season by the cable network. The fourth season will air early 2013 and consist of 15 episodes.

“Happy Endings” was renewed by ABC for a third season.

“Last Man Standing” was also renewed by ABC.

“Law And Order: SVU” was picked up for a fourteenth season.

HBO renewed its freshman comedies “Veep” and “Girls” for a second season for ten episode orders.

“Two and a Half Men” was renewed for a tenth season.

All Shonda Rhimes series “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Private Practice,” and “Scandal” were renewed.

Also renewed by ABC are “Castle,” “Once Upon a Time,” “Body of Proof,” “Apartment 23” “DWTS,” “The Bachelor,” “Shark Tank”and “Revenge.”

“Nikita,” & “Hart Of Dixie” renewed by CW. “Gossip Girl” was also picked up a shorter and last season.

“30 Rock” renewed for a final and short season.

And “Touch,” was renewed For Season 2.

Are you surprised or happy by these renewals?


“CSI:Miami” has been cancelled after ten seasons. “Rob” is also cancelled by CBS.

“I Hate My Teenage Daughter,” “Alcatraz,” “The Finder,” and “Breaking In” were  cancelled by FOX earlier this week.

“GCB,” Pam Am,” Missing,” “The River” all cancelled by ABC.

“Ringer,” and “Secret Circle” are not returning to CW.

“Harry’s Law,” “Awake,” “Best Friends Forever,” “Are You There, Chelsea?” “”Bent,” were cancelled by NBC.

Are you sad or surprised by these cancelled shows?

Is ‘GCB – Good Christian Belles’ the next ‘Desperate Housewives’?


We know this is the last season of Desperate Housewives and ABC  is ready to fill its spot with this new drama/comedy…GBC!  One of the most anticipated shows this year, from the creators of ‘Sex in the City’ and writers of Steel Magnolias. GCB – (formerly Good Christian Bitches) is an acronym for Good Christian Belles. The series is based on the book Good Christian Bitches by Kim Gatlin. It stars Leslie Bibb, Kristin Chenoweth, Jennifer Aspen, Miriam Shor, Marisol Nichols and Annie Potts. Ten episodes will be produced for the first season.


The series follows Amanda Vaughn (Leslie Bibb), a reformed “mean girl” in high school,who is forced to return home, to Dallas after her marriage ends in disgrace. As a new single mother of two, Amanda turns to her mother, Gigi (Annie Potts) for help. Nobody but Gigi is excited to see her Amanda; her former friends are not too happy to see her back in town.

Her former  “friends”…

Carlene Cockburn (Kristin Chenoweth), the ugly duckling, who was once tortured by Amanda in high school is the Good Christian’s Dallas and GCB Queen. Carlene has had a lot of assisted transformations since high school; she lives the lavish lifestyle with a perfect husband.

Cricket Caruth-Reily (Miriam Shor), who was robbed of her boyfriend by Amanda, who she later married is a hot, successful businesswoman in Dallas, Cricket’s life seems perfect.

Then there is Sharon Peacham (Jennifer Aspen, the former beauty queen in high school) is insecure and full-figured. She has not been the same since Amanda spread a nasty rumor that sabotaged Sharon from being crowned Miss Teen Dallas.

and last but not least, there is Heather Cruz (Marisol Nichols, who was known as the high school queen of gossip) has become one of the pretentious God-fearing women of Dallas.

Here is the official trailer, Yay or Nay?

For more exclusive sneak peek, check out the clip below.

We are looking forward to the premier of GCB, are you? GCB premiers Sunday, March. 4 at 10 p.m. EST on ABC.