In honor of FOX’s TCA session today, check out a new trailer for the network’s newest comedy series “New Girl,” starring Zooey Deschanel (“500 Days of Summer”). The show will premiere Tuesday, September 20 at 9, follwing the 3rd season premiere of ““Glee”“:
In honor of Showtime’s TCA session today, here’s a preview of the “Dexter”‘s sixth season, premiering October 2. Obviously, a show about a serial killer is going to be a little NSFW, so be forewarned.
Renewal Scoop: Syfy is poised to renew “Warehouse 13, it’s looking good for second seasons of USA’s “Suits” and “Necessary Roughness,” and Bravo officially renews “Real Housewives of Orange County” and several more.
Syfy casts a slew of genre actors to appear on “Alphas,” including Summer Glau (“Firefly”), Garret Dillahunt (“Terminator: the Sarah Connor Chronicles”), and Alaina Huffman (“Stargate Universe”). [TV by the Numbers]
The TCA Breakdown: NBC
Here are a few tidbits from NBC‘s Television Critics Association session, hosted by the NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt:
- Mariska Hargitay to appear in every “Law & Order: SVU” episode this season, and a heads up that there will be more new faces on “The Office.” [The Futon Critic]
- “The Voice” will return after the Super Bowl on February 5, with a new episode the next day followed by the series premiere of “Smash.” [The Hollywood Reporter]
- “Law & Order” mogul Dick Wolf is creating a firefighter drama, and NBC is developing a new comedy with “Will & Grace”‘s Sean Hayes. [eOnline]
- After a breakout performance on the summer hit “Bridesmaids,” Maya Rudolph will have an increased (and retooled) role in the upcoming comedy series “Up All Night,” co-starring Will Arnett and Christina Applegate. [TVLine]
- The network has made a new deal with Greg Daniels (“The Office,” “Parks & Recreation”) to develop new series, with an emphasis on animation. Also, hope for “Days of Our Lives” and more. [The TV Addict]
- @TVGuide tweeted from the session: “Music is big part of #ThePlayboyClub. Tina Turner is portrayed in pilot. Sammy Davis Jr., Ray Charles and Frank Sinatra to come #tcas11” [Twitter]