Matt Bomer and Cheyenne Jackson have been cast in “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
The ‘Normal Heart” and “White Collar” actor joins the series in a leading role. However, details about his role are being kept under wraps.
“I love collaborating with Ryan Murphy,” said Bomer. “It feels like this world where there are no bounds.”
Also joining the series is Jackson, who appeared on “Glee” and “30 Rock” along with previously annouced cast Lady Gaga.
American Horror Story: Hotel,” will begin production in the late summer and premiere later this fall.
“White Collar” has been renewed for a shorter sixth season, according to Deadline.
The crime series starring Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey, a con artist-turned FBI informant and Tim DeKay, as Cafffrey’s handler has been picked up for a sixth season of six episodes, the site reports.
Will you miss “White Collar?”
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.
TNT renews “Major Crimes,” “Perception” and “Rizzoli and Isles.” [EW]
“Top Chef New Orleans” debuts on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 10/9c.
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E! orders six more episodes of “Total Divas.” [Variety]
“The Real World” will return to San Francisco for its 29th season in 2014.
Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, and One Direction join the list of artists performing at the MTV VMAs.
“White Collar‘s” fifth season will debut on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 9/8c. While, “Covert Affairs” kicks off at 10/9c on Oct. 17. “Modern Family” reruns, meanwhile, premieres Sept. 24 at 8/7c, five nights a week.
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]
“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]
“Anger Management’s” leading lady Selma Blair is leaving the series.
Blair, who played Dr. Kate Wales, Charlie’s therapist on the series is leaving the comedy series, according to Variety.
“We are confirming that Selma Blair will not be returning to “Anger Management” and we wish her the very best,” Lionsgate released a statement Tuesday stating the Blair had departed the FX series.
“Anger Management” was picked up for a 90-episode order last summer.
More casting news…
Annet Mahendru “The Americans” is set to guest-star on ‘White Collar” as Katya, who is a talented Russian figure skater with Olympic promise. [TVLine]
‘Grey’s Anatomy” ups Camilla Luddington, Gaius Charles, Jerrika Hinton and Tessa Ferrer to series regulars. [TVLine]
Liv Tyler has been cast to star in HBO’s “The Leftovers” opposite Justin Theroux.
“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.
USA Orders More ‘Suits’
“White Collar” returns Tuesday, January 22 at 10/9c, with six new episodes. Diahann Carroll, Hilarie Burton and Jackson Rathbone will guest star.
USA Renews ‘White Collar’ ‘Royal Pains And ‘Covert Affairs’
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’s summer drama series “White Collar,” “Royal Pains” and “Covert Affairs” have been renewed, the cable network announced today.
“Royal Pains” received a two seasons order of 26 episodes. Whereas, “White Collar” and “Covert Affairs” were each picked up of a season of 16 episodes.
“All three of these series have found ways to stay creatively fresh and culturally relevant. The execution in writing, acting and production is among the best on television. In an increasingly competitive landscape, these series got new season pickups the old-fashioned way — they earned it!,” Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel, co-presidents of USA Network, said in a statement.
However, freshman series: “Common Law,” “Political Animals, ” and returning series: “Necessary Roughness,” and Fairly Legal” are still on the bubble.
Production for the renewed series will begin in 2013.
“Breaking Bad” star, Bryan Cranston and movie veteran Catherine O’Hara will be visiting the Plaza.
TV Guide reports the duo will appear in the last season of “30 Rock.” O’Hara is set to play Kenneth Parcell’s mom, while Cranston will play Ron, her “friend.”
’30 Rock’ Scoop: Is Liz Going to be a Mother?
“30 Rock” returns Thursday, Oct. 4 at 8/7c on NBC.
More casting news…
Gloria Votsis (White Collar) will guest-star on the CBS drama ‘Person of Interest’ as Maxine Angelis, a hotshot reporter who will appear in episode 5 of the forthcoming season. [TVLine]
“White Collar” star Willie Garson will guest star as Sarah Chalke’s uncle on ABC’s new comedy “How To Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life).” Meanwhile, Reid Scott “My Boys” alum will also guest in the comedy series as Chalke’s former classmate who is now a hot doctor. [EW]
Henry Winkler and Judy Greer will return to “Arrested Development” for the series’ fourth season. Winkler will reprise his role as Barry Zuckerkorn, while Greer also tweeted she will return as Kitty Sanchez. [HUFF POST]
Angelique Cabral will recur in ABC’s “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23” as June’s fox-y new co-worker and nemesis. [TVLine]