News Bites


Apart from the news we’ve posted over the last few days, there have been other TV tidbits we think are worth mentioning.

  • Fresh from the oven! Luke Perry joins CBS’ CSI: Cyber in a potentially recurring role, via TVLine.
  • Mandy Moore joins Red Band Society as the chief of staff at the hospital and Dr. McAndrews’ former fiancé, via HitFix.
  • Gilmore Girls is coming to Netflix on October 1! [EW]
  • So, how is Utopia doing in the ratings? Not very well. Yet we will have to see how it performs in upcoming weeks and what Fox does about it… they seem to be willing to be patient. [More about that at The Wrap]
  • Many OUAT posters have been released recently. You can check an Elsa-centric one on TVLine and today’s, er, chiller one here [Give Me My Remote].
  • If you are a lucky Los Angeles resident, you might have had the chance to see the “The Simpsons Take The Bowl” show at the Hollywood Bowl this weekend (from Friday till tonight’s Firework Finale). But if you haven’t, GMMR and Mashable have some pictures for you.
  • Spin off news! There might be a Married… With Children Bud Bundy-centric spinoff coming to our screens [HitFix].
  • ABC is moving forward with the Chase-D’Angelo comedy, giving it a script commiment [THR].
  • Renewal news! TNT’s Taye Diggs-starrer Murder in the First gets a second season [TVLine].
  • Final season news! Nurse Jackie to end next season [EW].
  • Premiere dates announced!
    • White Collar’s sixth and final season will premiere on Thursday, Nov. 6. (Covert Affairs’ season 5B will premiere right afterwards.) [TVLine]
    • HBO also announced the premiere date for The Comeback‘s return, The Newsroom‘s final season and Getting On: November 9. [TVGuide]
  • Trailers for tenth seasons! Both Supernatural and Bones -two shows that turned nine years old yesterday!- released trailers for their upcoming seasons. And you can check them at TVLine: SPN’s and Bones’ (warning: spoilers!).

… is a young graduate student that has been way too passionate about television ever since she was little. While she insists she doesn’t have a specific type of show, they all usually have strong but flawed lady characters, some derivation of the stubborn friends-in-love/friends-to-lovers trope, and they all make her yell at her tv a lot. She just wishes she had more hours in the day so she could actually write about this.
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