FX has officially announced that after Charlie Sheen had “fired” Selma Blair via text (!) from “Anger Management” after she spoke about his erratic work behavior, the actress is now leaving the comedy for good.
Take a look at the list for when your favorites return, after the jump!
It’s official. Cory and Topanga are coming back to TV.
The Disney Channel has officially ordered its “Boy Meets World” spinoff, “Girl Meets World”, to series. The new show will debut in 2014, with Michael Jacobs being back in the saddle as producer.
Per TVLine’s Michael Ausiello, for next fall’s tenth season, Camilla Luddington, Jerrika Hinton, Gaius Charles and Tessa Ferrer, who are playing the new bunch of interns on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy”, have been promoted to series regulars.
Meanwhile, on “Scandal”, Scott Foley, who plays Jake Ballard on the hit drama, has gotten upped to the same status.
Showtime has canceled its period drama “The Borgias” after three season, with the third season finale airing on June 16 now becoming the series finale.
But first, here’s a very “deserted” look at the full trailer for the coming second season of Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom”, which bows Sunday, July 14 on HBO.
Head for the goods, after the jump!
The Eleventh Doctor is out.
Matt Smith and the BBC announced earlier today that when “Doctor Who” returns next year for its eighth season (of the new series), it will be without its current lead Matt Smith.
Fans of canceled ABC shows “Happy Endings” and “Body of Proof” are having a tough weekend.
Per Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva, USA has decided against picking up additional episodes of “Happy Endings”, while ABC Studios has had no luck trying to find a new home for crime drama “Body of Proof”.
If The CW’s latest venture into the supernatural is any indication, then we’re definitely not alone in the universe.
The network’s upcoming midseason entry “Star-Crossed” stars Aimée Teegarden (“Friday Night Lights”) and Matt Lanter (“90210″) in another take at a cross-species love story about a high school girl falling for a sexy alien hunk.
Alan Tudyk and Rex Lee, who were playing dentist Noah and high school guidance counselor Mr. Wolfe, respectively, will not be returning to “Suburgatory” when the show will come back for its third season.
NBC has finally made a decision on its grim serial killer drama “Hannibal”, and has picked up the Bryan Fuller adaptation of the legendary character from scribe Thomas Harris for a second season. Continue Reading
Mariah has left the building.
What was speculated heavily over the last few days finally turned official: Mariah Carey is vacating her judge seat on “American Idol” to get ready to go on another world tour.
The cable network has ordered more episodes for season 3 and a fourth season of its comedy “Melissa & Joey”, and all this day ahead of its season 3 premiere on May 29.
Well, the wait is over.