The TV Round-Up

With so many developments in the TV business today, click on the links and catch up on the news in this edition of The TV Round-Up:

Erica Kane Doesn’t Quit: Susan Lucci may follow “All My Children” as it makes its way to the internet.

Cable Premieres: Click on the links to find out the fall/winter premiere dates for USA, TNT, and Syfy.

Picture Preview: Check out the first pictures from “Hawaii Five-0” season 2, which sees McGarrett in the slammer.

“90210” The College Years: Naomi will buy a mansion to start her own sorority, and Cobra Starship will perform.

Bring on the falsies: TLC orders 4 more episodes of “Toddlers & Tiaras” for the fall.

 


The TV Casting Scoop

With so many new and returning shows coming this fall, there have been a lot of new characters being added. Here are some of the big casting scoops:

Lawyering Up: “Battlestar Galactica” star Tricia Helfer and a “Detroit 1-8-7” alum will recur on NBC’s new series “The Firm,” premiering in January.

I Don’t Want to Wait: Meridith Monroe, best known for playing Andie McPhee on “Dawson’s Creek,” will guest star on “Hawaii Five-0.”

Gleek Out: Find out the winner(s) of Oxygen’s “The Glee Project” to see who will appear on “Glee” season 3.

Returns: Former “SNL”cast member Jimmy Fallon will host the show in December, Dylan Baker will reprise his creepy murderous character on “The Good Wife,” and Officer Wilden will return for the “Pretty Little Liars” summer finale.

Slam Dunk: NBA star Carmelo Anthony will appear in an upcoming basketball-themed episode of “Law & Order: SVU.”

Casting Picture Preview: Check out an image of Carol Burnett’s return to “All My Children,” and a first-look picture of Ray Romano reuniting with his “Everybody Loves Raymond” co-star Patricia Heaton on “The Middle.”


The TV Casting Scoop

With so many new and returning shows coming this fall, there have been a lot of new characters being added. Here are some of the big casting scoops:

The Role Is All Right: Julieanne Moore may star in an HBO series as a former heroin-addict turned private investigator in the 1950s.  [TVLine]

Tammy, Tammy, Tammy: Pete Hornberger’s wife (Paula Pell) from “30 Rock” will play Ron Swanson’s mother, another Tammy, on “Parks & Recreation.” [TVGuide]

Mean Girls: ABC Family stars Megan Park (“Secret Life”) and Nicole Anderson (“Make It or Break It”) will guest on the ABC family “Happy Endings” as high school girls who idolize the show’s leading ladies… for a little while at least. [Wetpaint]

Rock Out: After over a decade away, Radiohead will be the musical guests on “Saturday Night Live”‘s season opener, hosted by Alec Baldwin. [EW]

Soap Opera Drama: Jacob Young will return to “The Bold & the Beautiful” as soon as “All My Children” leaves the TV airwaves. [The Hollywood Reporter]

That Other Princess: In addition to Snow White, “Once Upon A Time” has cast Jessy Schram (“Falling Skies”) has been cast as Cinderella. [Zap2It]


The TV Round-Up

With so many developments in the TV business today, catch up on the news in this edition of The TV Round-Up:

Alec Baldwin to set record by hosting “Saturday Night Live” for the 16th time, putting him ahead of Steve Martin. [TVGuide]

The CW orders more episodes of “90210,” “Gossip Girl,” “Nikita,” and “Supernatural.” [TVLine]

Kim Kardashian’s wedding to Kris Humphries will be featured as a two-parter on E!. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Is Kirstie Alley returning to TV? ABC plans to order a new comedy pilot starring the actress as the matriarch of a family that moves to a wealthy town. [Deadline]

See a video of Josh Duhamel’s return to “All My Children.” [TVGuide]

Preview pictures of “Glee” creator Ryan Murphy’s scary new FX series “American Horror Story.” [The TV Addict]


The Casting Scoop

With so many new and returning shows coming this fall, there have been a lot of new characters being added. Here are some of the big casting scoops:

John Corbett (“United States of Tara”) will return as Amber’s absentee father on “Parenthood,” may stir up trouble between Sarah (Lauren Graham) and Mr. Cyr (Jason Ritter). [The Hollywood Reporter]

Who will replace Cuddy on “House”? The show’s producers have narrowed the search to several candidates. [TVLine]

Sarah Michelle Gellar will have a full dance card this fall: “All My Children”‘s Justin Bruening joins “Ringer” as her third love interest so far (including her husband and her lover). [TVGuide]

“Make It or Break It” star to play Matty’s older brother on “Awkward” this season. [TV Fanatic]

Rob Riggle joins HBO comedy “Lifestyle Lemonaid” based on website of the same name. [Deadline]

“Game of Thrones” casts Gemma Whelan (“The Wolfman”) as Theon Greyjoy’s sister, changes name from book series. [Inside TV]


The TV Round-Up

With so many developments in the TV business today, catch up on the news in this edition of The TV Round-Up:

“All My Children” likely to face delay in transfer to the web, possibly until 2012. [TVGuide]

TNT renews “Franklin & Bash” for a second season. [AOL TV]

Kaley Cuoco will host the 2011 Teen Choice Awards this August.  [The Hollywood Reporter]

Syfy‘s “Eureka” gets an animated holiday special. [Zap2It]

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” continues hot streak, has highest ratings in 7 years for HBO. [Deadline]