“Awkward” season 3 will debut on Tuesday, April 16 at 10/9c p.m., with two back-to-back episodes on MTV. Watch the forthcoming season trailer here.
Syfy “Face Off” has been renewed for a fifth season.
The upcoming season of the anthology series “American Horror Story” is called “American Horror Story: Coven.” Get all the details here.
MTV new series “Girl Code” will premiere Tuesday at 10:30 ET.
Fox is schedule to air a concert documentary of Rihanna’s 777 tour on Monday, May 6 which will showcase a behind-the-scenes look at the pop star’s globetrotting concert tour that hit seven countries in seven days with seven shows to promote her seventh album, Unapologetic.
T.I. and Tiny’s reality series, “T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle” will return for its third season on April 8 at 10 p.m. ET.
Vince Vaughn will host the “Saturday Night Live” for a second time on April 13.
“Veep’s” hilarious season 2 trailer has been released, watch the promo below.
Watch the latest trailer of “Game of Thrones” below.
“The Wire” alum, Chad Coleman will play Tyreese on the drama series, according to TVLine. In the comics Tyreese was Rick’s second in command following Shane’s death.
The site reports, Coleman is rumored to appear in the ongoing season’s eight episode.
“The Walking Dead” airs Sundays on AMC.
In other casting news…
Amanda Setton (“Gossip Girl”) who plays Shauna on “The Mindy Project” is leaving the series. Meanwhile, Anna Camp, who plays Mindy’s best friend, Gwen on the series has been moved from a series regular to a recurring. [TVLine]
“Pushing Daises” alum Raul Esparza will play Dr. Chilton on NBC’s midseason “Hannibal.” [TVLine]
Additionally, “Veep’s” actress Anna Chlumsky has been cast in “Hannibal.” Chlumsky will portray Miriam Lass, a young FBI trainee in a guest role. [TVLine]
“Malcolm In The Middle” alumna Jane Kaczmarek will guest-star as a DA in an upcoming episode of “Law & Order: SVU.” [TV Gudie]
Annabella Sciorra has booked a guest role on “Blue Bloods.” Sciorra will play an NYPD psychologist on the series. [TVLine]
Marianne Jean-Baptiste is headed back to “Private Practice.” Jean-Baptiste will reprise her role as Gabi on the drama series. [THR]
It appears Beauvais has been cast in “Arrested Development, according to her tweet. “[I] Had fun on @franklinandbash wish them a great season. lots of projects in the works #flight #whitehousedown #arresteddevelopment #psych.”
More casting news…
Rick Worthy has been cast on “Vampire Diaries” as Rudy Hopkins, Bonnie’s (Kat Graham) long lost father. [TV Guide]
“Bones” actor Ryan Cartwright will play Penny’s pal Cole on “The Big Bang Theory.” [THR]
Freda Foh Shen joins “Elementary” as Joan Watson’s (Lucy Liu) mother. [TVLine]
Ethan Embry has joined ‘Once Upon A Time” in a recurring role. Deets about his role are scare, but Embry will be a visitor visiting Storybrooke. [TVLine]
Showtime’s “Homeland” and ABC’s Modern Family” lucked out this year at the Emmys.
“Modern Family” won four Emmys: best comedy, supporting actor (Eric Stonesstreet), supporting actress (Julie Bowen) and best directing in a comedy series. Elsewhere, Louie C.K., “Louie” won his first Emmy of the tonight for best writing in a comedy series.
Jon Cryer surprisingly nabbed the best actor in a comedy series while, Julia Louis-Dreyfus won best actress in a comedy series for HBO’s freshman “Veep.”
Meanwhile in drama-land, “Homeland” won and ”Mad Men” lost. Damian Lewis and Claire Danes took home the big honors tonight winning lead actor and actress in a drama series. The series “Homeland” which sophomore’s season premieres Sun., Sept. 30 also won the outstanding writing in drama series and best drama series.
“Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul tearfully scored an Emmy in supporting actor category, while Maggie Smith “Downton Abbey” actress won supporting actress in a drama series.
Although”American Horror Story” received 17 nominations,the miniseries won an Emmy- supporting actress, Jessica Lange. “Hatfields & McCoys” and HBO’s “Game Change” cleaned the miniseries or movie category with two and four Emmys respectively.
The 64th Emmy Awards which was broadcasted live by ABC from Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, was hosted by late-night host Jimmy Kimmel.
And the winners were:
Outstanding supporting actor in comedy series: Eric Stonestreet, “Modern Family”
Outstanding writing in a comedy series: Louie C.K., “Louie”
Outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series: Julie Bowen, “Modern Family”
Guest Actress in a comedy series: Kathy Bates, “Two and a Half Men”
Guest Actor in a comedy series: Jimmy Fallon, “Saturday Night Live”
Outstanding director in a comedy series: Steve Levitan, “Modern Family”
Lead Actor in a comedy series: Jon Cryer, “Two and a Half Men”
Lead Actress in a comedy series: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “Veep”
Outstanding comedy series: “Modern Family”
Outstanding reality-competitive program: “The Amazing Race”
Outstanding reality host: Tom Bergeron, “Dancing with the Stars”
Outstanding supporting actor in a drama series: Aaron Paul, “Breaking Bad”
Outstanding writing in a drama series: “Homeland”
Outstanding supporting actress in a drama series: Maggie Smith, “Downton Abbey”
Guest Actress in a drama series Martha Plimpton, “The Good Wife”
Guest Actor in a drama series: Jeremy Davies, “Justified”
Outstanding director in a drama series: Timothy Van Patten, “Boardwalk Empire”
Lead actor in a drama series: Damian Lewis, “Homeland”
Lead actress in a drama series: Claire Danes, “Homeland”
Outstanding drama series: “Homeland”
Outstanding writing in a variety, music or comedy series: Louie C.K., “Louie C.K. Live at the Beacon Theater”
Outstanding directing in a variety special: Glenn Weiss
Outstanding variety series: “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”
Outstanding supporting actress in a miniseries or a movie: Jessica Lange, “American Horror Story”
Outstanding supporting actor in a miniseries or a movie: Tom Berenger, “Hatfields & McCoys”
Outstanding writing in a miniseries or a movie: Danny Strong, “Game Change”
Outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or a movie: Julianne Moore, “Game Change”
Outstanding lead actor in a miniseries or a movie: Kevin Costner, “Hatfields & McCoys”
Outstanding directing in a miniseries, special or a movie: Jay Roach, “Game Change”
Outstanding miniseries or movie: “Game Change”
Outstanding reality program “Undercover Boss”
Casting in a drama series “Homeland”
Casting for a comedy Series “Girls”
Casting for a miniseries, movie or a special “Game Change”
Tell us: did your favorite actor/actress or series get snubbed? Or are you happy with the winners?
Hi beautiful people! Missed me? Well, a lot happened in our TV world last week, some series were cancelled, some were picked up, while others were picked up for a shorter and last season. First, ”Desperate Housewives” series finale airs tonight. Will you watch the final episodes? Vote in the poll below and check out the preview of the last two episodes.
Lifetime order a reality show starring Whitney Houston’s family, “Houston Family Chronicles” according to Huffington. Bobbie Kristina, Cissy, Pat Houston, Pat’s daughter, Rayah, and Gary Houston will be featured in the series. The one-hour reality show is set to premiere sometime in 2012. Will you watch the reality series?
The second season of ‘Suits’ premieres June 14 on USA Network. But first check out the video below for season one recap.
For the full list of renewed and cancelled shows, click here.
“Long Island Medium” was picked up for a third season by TLC
“Cougar Town” is moving to TBS! Courtney Cox’s series was picked for a season by the cable network. The fourth season will air early 2013 and consist of 15 episodes.
“Happy Endings” was renewed by ABC for a third season.
“Last Man Standing” was also renewed by ABC.
“Law And Order: SVU” was picked up for a fourteenth season.
HBO renewed its freshman comedies “Veep” and “Girls” for a second season for ten episode orders.
“Two and a Half Men” was renewed for a tenth season.
All Shonda Rhimes series “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Private Practice,” and “Scandal” were renewed.
Also renewed by ABC are “Castle,” “Once Upon a Time,” “Body of Proof,” “Apartment 23″ “DWTS,” “The Bachelor,” “Shark Tank”and “Revenge.”
“Nikita,” & “Hart Of Dixie” renewed by CW. “Gossip Girl” was also picked up a shorter and last season.
“30 Rock” renewed for a final and short season.
And “Touch,” was renewed For Season 2.
Are you surprised or happy by these renewals?
“CSI:Miami” has been cancelled after ten seasons. “Rob” is also cancelled by CBS.
“I Hate My Teenage Daughter,” ”Alcatraz,” “The Finder,” and “Breaking In” were cancelled by FOX earlier this week.
“GCB,” Pam Am,” Missing,” “The River” all cancelled by ABC.
“Ringer,” and “Secret Circle” are not returning to CW.
“Harry’s Law,” “Awake,” “Best Friends Forever,” “Are You There, Chelsea?” “”Bent,” were cancelled by NBC.
Are you sad or surprised by these cancelled shows?
It is that time of year, the time when we all hold our breath while TV networks make the big decisions about our favorite series. May is almost upon us, time to check the status of all broadcast shows. Well, some shows have been given the green light while others the red light.
Below are the shows cancelled or renewed.
Two and a Half Men
Body of Proof
Rules Of Engagement
Hart of Dixie
Dancing With The Stars
Parks & Recreation
Up All Night
America’s Funniest Videos
Once Upon A Time
Law And Order: SVU
America’s Next Top Model
The Good Wife
The Vampire Diaries
Mike & Molly
The Real World
2 Broke Girls
The Amazing Race
Person of Interest
General Hospital , renewed
How I Met Your Mother, of course renewed
The Big Bang Theory
My Crazy Obsession
The Cleveland Show
House of Lies
Sons of Anarchy
Game of Thrones
Long Island Medium
The Lying Game
Keeping Up With the Kardashians
A Gifted Man
Best Friends Forever
Are You There Chelsea?
I Hate My Teenage Daughter
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
The Playboy Club
One Tree Hill
Dog The Bounty Hunter
The Martha Stewart Show
The Rosie Show
Make It, or Break It
How To Be A Gentleman
Man vs Wild
***** This post will be constantly updated as your favorite shows get renewed or cancelled.
“Veep” is an upcoming HBO comedy series, created by Armando Iannucci and Simon Blackwell. The series is based on BBC television series “The Thick of It.” ”Seinfeld” and “The Adventures of Old Christine” veteran Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns to TV in this sassy, satire comedy as Selina Meyer, a former senator who becomes the Vice President of the United States, but soon realizes it is nothing like she expected. The first season will consist of eight-30 minutes episodes.
The series follows the former Senator’s “whirlwind day-to-day existence of the Vice President as she puts out political fires, juggles a busy public schedule, demanding private life, and defends the president’s interests, even as she tries to improve her dysfunctional relationship with the chief executive.”
Selina Meyer’s staff includes…
…Anna Chlumsky as Amy Brookheimer, Meyer’s chief of staff, Tony Hale as Gary Walsh, Meyer’s right hand man and body man, Timothy Simons as Jonah Ryan, a White House liason, Matt Walsh as Mike Mclintock, Meyer’s longtime press spokesperson, Sufe Bradshaw as Sue Wilson, VP’s secretary and Reid Scott as Dan Egan, an ambitious interloper.
Check out the trailer below.
Get to know more about the “Veep”
Will you watch “Veep?”
“Veep” is set to premiere 10 p.m. Sun., April 22 on HBO.