The CW brings Carrie Bradshaw back to TV very early next year.“The Carrie Diaries”, which takes a look at the “Sex and the City” center lady in her early-80s days, will premiere on Monday, January 14, at 8 PM ET. On the same night, “90210″ is moving to its new timeslot of 9 PM ET.
Oceanside is staying closed this week due to stormy weather.
ABC has bumped tonight’s episode of “Private Practice” in favor of a “Special Edition of 20/20: The Perfect Storm” at 10/9c.
Time for another big casting update.
- Per EW’s Tim Stack, veteran actor F. Murray Abraham (“Amadeus”, “The Name of the Rose”) has been added to the cast of Showtime’s upcoming second season of “Homeland”, where he’ll play the heavily recurring role of Dar Adul, “a brilliant intelligence operative in his 60-70’s. He has worked all over the world for the Special Activities Division of the CIA.”
First Pete Wilder, now, a bit later, Addison Montgomery, too!
After news came earlier this week that Tim Daly would not be part of the new season of “Private Practice”, Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva reports today that Addy’s portrayer Kate Walsh is planning to leave the “Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff after the conclusion of the 13-episode sixth season.
And here’s what else is new for today.
- NBC has announced that it has greenlighted “The Winner Is…”, another singing competition series from “The Voice” producer John De Mol. In the new format, talents from all ages, soloists and groups that include adults, kids, teens, seniors, families and professionals will compete for a prize of $1 Million in head-to-head duels. They will be judged by a panel of one celeb judge, who is yet to be cast, and, if on the verge of being voted out, have the option to quit and take a predetermined cash amount, or continue the game, with the risk of losing everything they gained. Except maybe some life lessons…