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The CW Renews Five Primetime Series

Arrow Renewed for a second season

The CW renews five series!

The network revealed Thursday, five of its primetime series have been picked up for new seasons. “Arrow” for a third season; “The Vampire Diaries” for sixth season; “Supernatural” for a tenth season; and new dramas “The Originals” and “Reign” for sophomore seasons.

“This season we’ve had great success with our new hit series “The Originals” paired with “Supernatural,” giving us our best Tuesday nights in years,” said CW president Mark Pedowitz in a statement. “”The Vampire Diaries” is No. 2 in its time period in the young adult demos, and with “Arrow” continuing to gain among young men, and “Reign” growing its time period, we now have strong nights on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. I’m very pleased to announce early pickups for all five series, and let our fans know they’ll have more great drama to look forward to next season.”

 

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‘The Following’ Casts ‘Boss’ Actress And More Casting News

Connie Nielsen Joins The Following

Connie Nielsen joins “The Following” as a series regular.

According to TVLine, the “Boss” alumna is set to play Lily Grey.

Grey is described as a SoHo art dealer who goes to Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) for help, which leads to more trouble for her.

“The Following” is set to air in 2014.

More casting news…

Angela Kinsey, “The Office” alumna will guest star as Rose, a snobby teacher on “New Girl.” [TVGuide]

Mark Sheppard (“Supernatural”) will reprise his role as an art forger on the upcoming season of “White Collar” in a major arc. [HuffPost TV]

“Falling Skies'” actor Doug Jones has been cast on “Teen Wolf.” Jones will play Barrow, a “known killer” in an upcoming episode of the series. [TVLine]

“Workaholics” Adam DeVine has been booked to recur on “Modern Family.” DeVine will play Manny and new baby Joe’s nanny on the comedy series. [EW]

Matthew Atkinson Joins ‘Parenthood’ And More Casting News

MATTHEW ATKINSON

“Parenthood” adds Matthew Atkinson for Season 5.

TVLine reports, Atkinson (“Jane By Design”) will appear in a multi-episode arc as Zach.

The character is described as “drummer in the band fronted by new arrival Oliver who bonds with Amber while recording at the Luncheonette.”

Atkinson will also play Amber’s love interest.

“Parenthood” season 5 premieres Thursday, Sept. 26 at 10/9c.

More casting new…

Nene Leakes will reprise her role as Coach Roz Washington “Glee’s” upcoming season in a multi-episode arc. [E Online]

Glenn Howerton is joining “The Mindy Project” in a recurring role. The “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” actor will a mild-mannered attorney and Mindy’s love interest in the forthcoming second season. [E! Online]

Richard Short has booked a multi-episode arc on “Covert Affairs.” The “666 Park Avenue” alum will play an Irish rocker. [Deadline]

“The Following” adds Sam Underwood as a series regular. The “Dexter” star has been cast to play “Luke, a very complicated and dangerous young man who may or may not be a follower of the “late” Joe Carroll.” ]TVLine]

‘Black Sails’ Renewed, ‘Treme’ Final Season Premiere Announced And More!

Netflix to air documentaries and stand-up comedy specials. [Variety]

MTV to air an one-hour documentary that follows Miley Cyrus. [EW]

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” 13-episode ninth season resumes Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 10/9c, followed at 10:30 p.m. by “The League‘s” season 5 premiere.

AMC has greenlights “Halt & Catch Fire” and “Turn” to series. [Variety]

Check out CBS’ comedy series posters here.

Sorry “Boss'” fans. Starz says the movie is not happening. “Black Sails” renewed for a second season. [EW]

The final season of “Treme” will air on Dec. 1.

“Supernatural’s” spin-off in the works? [TVLine]

Watch Netflix’s “Mako Mermaids” trailer below. The series debuts July 26 on Netflix.

Fall TV: The CW Premiere Week to Begin in October

The Reign

The CW is rolling out its Fall schedule starting Oct. 7.

New series “The Tomorrow People” debuts Wed., Oct 9. The network’s mid-season premiere includes: “America’s Next Top Model: Guys and Girls,” “The 100,” “Star-Crossed” and “Nikita.”

Here is the full schedule:

Monday, Oct. 7
8/7c: Hart of Dixie
9/8c: Beauty and the Beast

Wednesday, Oct. 9
8/7c: Arrow
9/8c: The Tomorrow People (series debut)

Thursday, Oct. 10
8/7c: The Vampire Diaries
9/8c: Reign (series debut)

Tuesday, Oct. 15
8/7c: The Originals (series debut)
9/8c: Supernatural

Friday, Oct. 25
8/7c: The Carrie Diaries

Lindsay Lohan Heads to ‘Anger Management’ And More Casting News

Lindsay Lohan Heads to Anger Management

Lindsay Lohan is getting some “Anger Management.”

According to Inside TV, The ‘Liz & Dick’ actress will play herself in the comedy series second season. In the episode, which is set to air in April, Lohan will develop a romantic relationship with Sheen’s character Charlie after becoming his patient.

More casting news…

“Homeland” vet Jamey Sheridan is heading to “NCIS.” Sheridan has been cast to portray NCIS Agent Timothy McGee’s father, Admiral John McGee. [TVLine]

Shaq is joining to “Southland.” The NBA legend will play Officer Earl Dayton, a cop who reunites with his former police academy buddy Officer John Cooper at the funeral of a notorious gangster. [Access Hollywood]

Misha Collins has been promoted to series regular for “Supernatural” Season 9. [Huffington Post ]

The CW Renews ‘Arrow,’ ‘Supernatural’ & ‘Vampire Diaries’

Arrow Renewed for a second season

The hood will be back for a second season.

Freshman series “Arrow” will return for a second season, while returning series “Vampire Diaries” has been picked up for a fifth season and “Supernatural,” a ninth season, The CW announced Monday.

“We said last year that one of our goals was to establish building blocks to grow on, and now with our new hit “Arrow” and fan favorite “Supernatural” on Wednesday night, and the continued success of “The Vampire Diaries” on Thursday, we’ve been able to do that,” said CW president Mark Pedowitz in a statement. “Not only do [all] perform well on-air, they’re also extremely successful for us both digitally and socially. I’m thrilled to have all three shows returning to our schedule next season.”

“The Vampire Diaries,” “Arrow” and “Supernatural” currently air on The CW.

Jayma Mays Joins ‘The League’ And More Casting News

Jayna Mays joins the league

Jayma Mays heads to “The League.”

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]

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! 

‘Supernatural’: Watch The Winchester Brothers Reunite [Video]

“I don’t know whether to give you a hug or take a shower,” Sam says in the teaser below.

Dean and Sam reunite after Dean’s year in purgatory, but he wasted no time finding out if Sam and himself are Demon, shifter, and Leviathan free.

But what about Cas? Dean responds, “Cas didn’t make it. Something happened to him down there. Things got pretty hairy toward the end, and he just let go.”

“Supernatural” premieres Oct. 3 at 9/8c on The CW.