The “Suits” star has been cast to guest star as Jesse, a brave, but down-to-earth guy, who lands in a lot of trouble when Tatiana Maslany’s multiple clone characters come into his life, according to Deadline.
Adams said in a statement, “From my first viewing of the first episode I knew there wasn’t another show on television that I wanted to be part of more than “Orphan Black.” Tatiana Maslany is doing some of the best work on TV. Period. Really, I just wanted front row seats to that performance.”
USA Network announced Monday that “Suits” will return back to Thursdays when it completes it third season on March 6 at 9/8c.
The legal drama will be followed by Denis Leary’s new half-hour EMT-themed comedy “Sirens” at 10 pm.
“Sirens,” “follows the ridiculous antics of three Chicago EMTs. A group of unruly men when it comes to their personal lives, these guys are the best in the business professionally and can handle any life-threatening situation that winds up in their ambulance. Good looking and sports-loving Johnny (Michael Mosley) leads the crew, featuring his outspoken and refreshingly honest longtime best friend Hank (Kevin Daniels) and impressionable and eager new recruit Brian (Kevin Bigley). Offering a needed female perspective is Theresa (Jessica McNamee), a smart, independent cop with the Chicago PD who finds herself in love purgatory with her ex, Johnny. Together this foursome delve into hot issues such as bromances, friends with benefits and the danger of internet browser history.”
Meanwhile, “Psych” will debut its 10-episode eighth season on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 9/8c, while, “White Collar” will air its four remaining season 5 episodes on Thursday, Jan. 9 at 9/8c.
“Suits” has been renewed for season four, USA announced Thursday.
The drama series has been picked up for a fourth season of 16 episodes, which is set to debut in 2014.
“As a leading cable drama, ‘Suits’ is at the top of its game and continues to grow in the key demographics, drawing a passionate, young and loyal audience,” USA president Chris McCumber said in a statement. “[Series creator] Aaron Korsh consistently pushes the boundaries of storytelling and the series promises to deliver a provocative fourth season.”
“Suits” will conclude its third season with six new episodes in early 2014.
According to TVLine, the “Glee” actress has joined “The League” for a multi-episode arc. However, little is known about her character.
But Mays will play an interior decorator on the comedy series.
More casting news…
Olympic snowboarder Shaun White has been tapped to guest-star as himself on Matthew Perry’s “Go On.” [TVLine]
Felicia Day will return to “Supernatural” during the current season as Charlie Bradbury. [TVLine]
Andrew Dunbar will portray Firefly, DC comics character on “Arrow.” [EW]
“7th Heaven” alum Stephen Collins has been cast to play a reporter on “Scandal.” [TVLine]
“The Mob Doctor” has booked Michael Madsen (“Reservoir Dogs”) and Jennifer Beals (“The L Word”) for multi-episode arcs. Madsen will portray a veteran criminal in need of surgery, while Beals will play a high-class madam who is William Forsythe’s Constantine ex flame. [TV Guide]
Abigail Spencer will reprise her role on “Suits.” Spencer plays Dana Scott, Harvey Scott’s rival lawyer. [TVLine]
“White Collar,” “Suits” and “Necessary Roughness” will return in January 2013, USA Network announced today.
“Suits” will debut the second half of its sophomore season on Thursday, Jan, 17 at 10/9c. The winter season will consist of six all-new episodes, with guest stars: David Costabile, Aarti Mann, Amanda Schull, Elisabeth Howser, Adam Godley and Diane Neal.
Lastly, “Necessary Roughness” premieres with new episodes on Wednesday, January 23 at 10/9c. The guest stars include: Mark Cuban, Joe Theismann, Will Chase, Peter MacNicol, Jeff Nordling and Neil Hopkins.
USA has ordered a 16-episode third season of its legal drama “Suits.”
The network’s last summer hit among adults 18-49, which stars Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams will wrap up its sophomore season in January with six final episodes.
“Quite simply, “Suits” is as good as it gets. Sophisticated storytelling, sharp dialogue, and award-worthy performances make this show a cornerstone of our original programming lineup,” said USA co-presidents Jeff Wachtel and Chris McCumber in a statement.
Stand-up comedian Tone Bell has joined NBC’s sitcom “Whitney.”
According to TVLine, Tone Bell will play Alex’s buddy in the forthcoming season. Whitney Cummings told the site, Bell’s character, RJ is a “very sexy, sort of new guy character friend” for her on-screen boyfriend played by Chris D’Elia.
Additionally, RJ “could maybe be a love interest” for the newly single, Zoe Lister Jones’ character Lily.
Bell recently appeared in VH1’s original series “Single Ladies.”
“Whitney” premieres Fri., Oct. 19 at 8/7c on NBC.
More casting news…
Brian Dennehy has landed a guest star role on “The Good Wife.” [HUFFPOST]
“The Finder” alum, Geoff Stults has joined “Ben and Kate.” Stults will recur on the new Fox comedy as a single parent and love interest for single mom Kate (Dakota Johnson). [The Hollywood Reporter]
Valarie Pettiford has been cast in “The Golden Boy.” Pettiford will play Chi McBride’s character’s wife on the midseason CBS drama. [Indiewire]
Amanda Schull who played a stalker in “One Tree Hill” is heading to “Suits.” The actress will play Katrina Bennett, an ambitious assitant attorney who butts head with Harvey in the second half of “Suits”‘ sophomore season. [THR]
Rita Wilson is playing Marnie’s mother on HBO’s “Girls.” [Hollywood]
“Justified” actors David Meunier and David Andrews, has been tapped to recur in NBC’s J.J. Abrams drama “Revolution.” Meunier will recur as Strasser, a “psychotic” militiaman who works for General Monroe (David Lyons). Andrews, on the other hand, will play O’Halloran, a family man and former police officer. [EW]
However, Shonda Rhimes has nothing to do with these dismissals. The actors fired starred in ABC’s “Body of Proof.” According to TVLine, John Carroll Lynch, who played police detective Bud Morris since the pilot of the show tweeted “I can confirm that BOP did not pick up my option.”
Meanwhile, original cast members Sonja Sohn, who played Detective Sam Baker, and Nicholas Bishop, who played investigator Peter Dunlop, will not return for a third season.
First, “Remodeled” starring modeling industry icon Paul Fisher, returns on Monday, July 9 at 10/9c p.m. and “The L.A. Complex” season 2 premieres on Tuesday, July 17 at 9/8c p.m.
“Oh Sit!,” is hosted by Jamie Kennedy and Jessi Cruickshank, will challenge 12 thrill-seekers to go head-to-head in a musical chairs competition that features five physically demanding obstacle-course-style eliminations. The show debuts Wednesday, Aug. 15 at 8/7c p.m.
“The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep,” formerly titled “The Star Next Door” is set to debut Thurs., Aug. 16 at 9/8c p.m. The singing competition will document a nationwide search for undiscovered artists on the verge of stardom. The celebrity mentors include Joe Jonas, Nelly, Gloria Estefan, and John Rich.
Lastly, “America’s Next Top Model: College Edition” will debut its 19th cycle on Friday, Aug. 24 at 8/7c p.m. Tyra Banks and Kelly Cutrone, will return for the upcoming season, but with new judges Rob Evans and Johnny Wujek who have replaced J. Alexander and Nigel Barker, and mentor Jay Manuel. The new element, viewers now have a say on who stays and who goes. Visit CWTV.com to cast your vote.
Talking about summer shows, the Summer premieres continue this week. Here is the list of premieres:
“True Blood” (Season 5 premiere) Sun., June 10, 9 p.m. on HBO. Waiting sucks, but the wait is almost over for Season 5, which picks up right where the shocking Season 4 finale left off.
“Our America With Lisa Ling” (Season 3 summer premiere) Sun., June 10, 10 p.m. ET on OWN
“Mob Wives Chicago” (Series premiere) Sun., June 10, 8 p.m. E.T. on Vh1.
“Tia & Tamera” (Season 2 premiere) Mon., June 11, 8 p.m. ET on Style. The previous season was all about Tia’s pregnancy and Tamera’s wedding, but this season, it is Tamera’s turn to prepare for motherhood.
“The Secret Life of the American Teenager” (Season 5 premiere) Mon., June 11, 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.
“Bunheads” (Series premiere) Mon., June 11, 9 p.m. ET on ABC Family. Michelle (Sutton Foster) goes from sexy Vegas showgirl to small-town ballet instructor in this new series from “Gilmore Girls” creator Amy Sherman-Palladino.
“Dallas” (Series premiere) Wed., June 13, 9 p.m. ET on TNT. Welcome back to Southfork Ranch, where the “Dallas” alum and some fresh blood are still scheming and backstabbing for the rights to that black gold bubbling under the surface in their own backyard.
“Burn Notice” (Season 6 premiere) June 14, 10 p.m. ET on USA. The gang’s all back — except Fiona.
“Suits” (Season 2 premiere) Thurs., June 14, 10 p.m. ET on USA. “Suits” was a hit last summer, and we can’t wait to see what Mike and Harvey pull off next in their unlikely legal partnership this season. It seems the secret is out, watch the sneak peek below.
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.
“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?