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‘Lost Girl’ Renewed, FX Renews ‘Archer,’ ‘Cult’ Moves to Fridays And More!

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Syfy has renewed supernatural series “Lost Girl” for a fourth season. The 13-episode fourth season is set to begin airing in 2014.

FX renews “Archer” for a fifth season. [EW]

The CW moves freshman series “Cult” to Fridays, beginning March 8 at 9/8c p.m. [Huffington Post]

Scott Gimple has been announced the new showrunner of AMC’s hit series “The Walking Dead.”

The 10th season of “So You Think You Can Dance” will premiere Tuesday May 14 at 8/7c p.m. on FOX.

Fox’s new series “Goodwin Games” is schedule to debut  on Monday, May 20.

Stand up Comedian Kevin Hart is hosting “Saturday Night Live” this week with musical guest Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Watch the promo below.

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Michael J. Fox & T.R. Knight to Appear on ‘Good Wife’ And More Casting News

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Michael J. Fox is heading to Lockhart/Gardner again.

According to TVLine, the actor will reprise his role as Louis Canning — the head of Lockhart/Gardner’s rival law firm — on “The Good Wife.” Fox is set to appear on the series’ eleventh episode, which is set to air in January 2013.

NBC Orders Micheal J. Fox’s Series

Also heading to the law firm is “Grey’s Anatomy’s” T.R. Knight.

Knight, who played Dr. George O’Malley on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” has been cast to guest-star as a political operative on the drama series, EW reports.

In other casting news…

Adam Baldwin has been cast to replace Titus Welliver on TNT’s “The Last Ship. Welliver has opted out of pilot due to a health emergency [Deadline]

Mark-Paul Gosselaar has been tapped to play Tim, a handsome doctor, who is Amy’s (Meredith Hagner) ex-boyfriend on “Men At Work.” [THR] Additionally, Gosselaar will appear on ABC’s “Happy Endings” as Chase, Max’s mysterious roommate. [EW]

Kuno Becker is heading to “Dallas.” Becker will play Andres, Elena’s (Jordana Brewster) troubled brother. [TV Guide]

Betsy Brandt, “Breaking Bad” star has been cast to guest star on “Parenthood” for an episode. Brandt will guest star on “Parenthood” as the ex-wife of Ray Romano’s Hank Rizzoli. [TV Guide]

Wyclef Jean will be visiting “Nashville.” Jean will play the head of a music label on the new ABC drama. [THR]

“The House of Payne’s” J.R. Ramirez has joined “Emily Owens, M.D.” in a recurring role. Ramirez will play a confident doctor named AJ, who returns to the hospital after a leave of absence. [TV Guide]

Laurie Metcalf “Roseanne” vet will appear in a multi-episode arc on Fox’s new comedy series “The Goodwin Games.” Metcalf will play Scott Foley’s character’s boss, Dr. Richland, who makes a surprise suggestion to get Foley’s character back on track at work. [TVLine]

Adam Rodriguez Heads to ‘Goodwin Games’ And More Casting News

Adam Rodriguez is joining Fox’s new comedy in a recurring role.

According to EW,The former “CSI: Miami” star is heading to Fox’s “Goodwin Games.” Rodriguez has been tapped to play Ivan, a math professor and potential love interest of Chloe (Becki Newton).

The new series follows three siblings who stand to inherit millions from their deceased father’s if they compete in challenging games.

“The Goodwin Games” premieres early 2013.

In other casting news…

“Jericho” alum Brad Beyer has been cast in a two-episode arc on “NCIS.” Beyer has been cast as Marine Capt. Joe Westcott, an upstanding unit leader who returns home after touring in Afghanistan. [TV Guide]

Maria Thayer Forgetting Sarah Marshall has been tapped to play Nick’s college girlfriend, Amelia in “New Girl.” Thayer is set to appear in the Halloween episode of the adorkable comedy. [TV Guide]

Christopher McDonald and Julie Hagerty have joined “Happy Endings” as Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) and Jane’s (Eliza Coupe) parents. The duo will appear in the sixth season of the upcoming season. [TVGuide]

Benjamin McKenzie is set to guest star in TBS’ “Men at Work.” The “Southland” star will play Bryan, Tyler’s girlfriend, Meg’s (Bethany Joy Lenz) ex husband. [TV Guide]

Dominic Hoffman “A Different World” has been cast to guest-star on “Grey’s Anatomy.” Although details about his role are kept under wraps, Hoffman will a doctor in Seattle Grace. [TV Guide]

Carrie Preston, “True Blood”‘s star will reprise her role as Elsbeth Tascioni for multiple episodes on the upcoming season of “The Good Wife.” [TVLine]

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

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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]

Kevin Sussman Becomes A Series Regular on ‘Big Bang Theory’ And More Casting News

 

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Kevin Sussman has been upped as a series regular on “The Big bang Theory.”

According to Deadline, Sussman, who has recurred as Stuart, the owner of the Marvel-lite comic book shop, since season 2 joins Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayar, Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik as a series regular.

“The Big Bang Theory” premieres on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 8/7c on CBS.

 

More casting news…

Bob Costas is set to guest star as himself on NBC’s new comedy “Go On.” [EW]

Kristina Anapau will guest star in an upcoming episode of the current season of “Grimm.” The “True Blood” actress will play Megan Marston, a quiet, sheepish secretary who works at a Wesen church. [TVLine]

Lindsay Sloane (Weeds) has booked a guest role on Fox’s new comedy “Ben and Kate” as Ben’s ex-girlfriend, Louise. [TVLine]

Chloe Sevigny has been tapped to join the cast of “Portlandia,” EW reports. The “Big Love” vet is set to play Fred and Carrie’s roommate, Alexandra.

“True Blood”‘s vet Janina Gavankar will recur as Hannah, Jimmy Goodwin’s (TJ Miller) baby mama and ex-girlfriend in Fox comedy series “The Goodwin Games.” [TVLine]

Kelen Coleman (The Newsroom) has been cast as Josh Cooke’s character’s wife in TV Land’s comedy pilot “Brothers-in-Law.” [TVLine]

Jessica De Gouw has landed a multi-episode arc on The CW’s “Arrow.” Gouw is set to play The Huntress, aka Helena, a potential love interest for Oliver Queen. [EW]

William Forsythe and Samaire Armstrong will reprise their roles on “The Mentalist.” Forsythe will return as Rigsby’s father, while Armstrong will reprise her role as Summer Edgecombe, CBI confident informant. [TVLine]

Jillian Bell (Workaholics) has booked a recurring role as Renata, the second cousin of Sophia Bush’s character in CBS new comedy “Partners.” Renata is “a work-in-progress,” and a bit of a personal and professional mess. [TVLine]

Alice Evans to Appear in ‘Grimm’ and More Casting News

A “Vampire Diaries” witch is heading to “Grimm.”

Alice Evans will appear in an episode of NBC’s “Grimm.” The former “Vampire Diaries” actress is set to play Mia, EW reports. Evans’ character had “ongoing relationship” with Capt. Renard.

“Grimm” returns on Aug. 13.

More casting news!

Polly Walker will recur in “The Mentalist” as a senior, strong FBI agent. Walker is set to debut during the season premiere. [TVLine]

Penelope Ann Miller (Men of a Certain Age) is joining ‘Mistresses.’ Miller will recur as Sam’s (Erik Stocklin) mother, whose late husband had an affair with Yunjin Kim’s character. The drama is set to debut midseason. [EW

Related: Shannyn Sossamon Joins ‘Mistresses’

Jason Beghe (Californication) has joined the cast of NBC’s upcoming drama ‘Chicago Fire.’ Beghe will recur as Detective Hank Voight, a dangerous cop who will do anything to protect his delinquent son. [THR]

“Til Death” vet, Kat Foster has joined “The Goodwin Games” as a series regular. Foster will play Lucinda, a childhood sweetheart of one of the Goodwin boys. [TVLine]

Cee-Lo Green’s adviser for “The Voice” forthcoming season is Rob Thomas. Thomas is the frontman of the band Matchbox Twenty. Thomas joins previously announced advisers: Mary J. Blige (team Adam), and crooner Michael Buble (team Blake). Christan Aguilera’s adviser is yet to be announced.

FOX New Show Trailers: ‘The Mindy Project’ And More.

FOX unveiled it prime time schedule for fall and also shared its new trailers. Below are the trailers, take a look. For FOX’s 2012-2013 schedule, click here.

“Ben And Kate”

 

“The Mob Doctor”

 

“The Mindy Project”

 

“The Following”

 

“The Goodwin Games”

 

 

Hit the comments, will you watch any of these new shows?

Fox 2012-2013 Schedule Announced: New Tuesday Comedy Block, ‘Touch’ Moves To Fri., And More.

(The cast of FOX’s new drama, “The Mob Doctor”)

This fall’s schedule keeps getting better and better. FOX is the next network to announce its fall/spring primetime lineup, and the second network to shake things up.

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

The shocker? “Glee” moves to Thursdays following “X Factor” (Fall) and “American Idol” (midseason). “Touch,” drama series starring Keifer Sutherland also moves to a new night, Fridays. Will you watch “Glee” and “Touch” on their new night?

Two new dramas “The Following” and “The Mob Doctor”, and three new comedies “The Mindy Project,” “Ben And Kate,” “The Goodwin Games” will premiere on FOX this fall/spring. “The Mindy Project,” “Ben And Kate,” “The Mob Doctor,” all debut this fall. While “The Following” ”The Goodwin Games” premiere in midseason.

“Beginning this fall is FOX starts its Tuesdays comedy block with, “The Mindy Project,” “Ben And Kate,” “Raising Hope,” and  “New Girl.”

 There is FOX 2012-2013 lineup. (New series are in CAPS):

MONDAY

“Bones,”  8/7c p.m.

“The Mob Doctor,” 9/8c p.m.

 “The Following,” (debuts in midseason) 

TUESDAY

“Raising Hope,” 8/7c p.m.

“Ben And Kate,” 8:30/7:30c p.m.                

“New Girl,” 9/8c p.m.

“The Mindy Project,” 9:30/8:30 p.m.

“The Goodwin Games,” (premieres in midseason)         

WEDNESDAY

“The X Factor,” 8/7c p.m.

“American Idol,” 8/7c p.m. (midseason)                

THURSDAY

“The X Factor,” Results 8/7c p.m.

“American Idol,” Results 8/7c p.m. (midseason)

“Glee,” 9/8c p.m.

FRIDAY

“Touch,” 8/7c p.m.

“Fringe,” 9/8c p.m. 

“Hell’s Kitchen,” (midseason)

SATURDAY

“FOX Sports Saturday,” 7/6c p.m.

“Cops,” (midseason)

“Animation Domination High-Def,” (debuts late in 2013)

SUNDAY

“NFL Game,” 8/7c p.m.

“Animation Domination,” (encore) 8/7c p.m.

“The Ot,” 8:30/7:30c p.m.

“The Cleveland Show,” (midseason) 8:30/7:30c p.m.

“The Simpsons,” 9/8c p.m.

“Bob’s Burgers,” 9:30/8:30c

“Family Guy,” 10/9c p.m.

“American Dad,” 10:30/9:30c p.m.