USA has picked up its freshman drama “Graceland” for a second season, per Variety.
In light of its upfront presentation yesterday, USA has announced that it has picked up its first ever half-hour comedies with “Sirens” and “Playing House”. The cable network also ordered comedy “Love Is Dead” to pilot.
The move comes over the fact that USA will begin to air reruns of “Modern Family” on September 24.
There’s an end to Michael’s burn notice after all.
Per the Hollywood Reporter, USA has decided to let the upcoming seventh season of its successful spy drama “Burn Notice” to be its last.
Well, first of all, happy new year!
And to start the new year off with some good news, USA has issued a press release that delivers just that. “Necessary Roughness” has been renewed for a third season.
Now here’s a holiday present from USA.
The cable network has ordered an eighth season of “Psych”.
Some of you might have already read about it, but just as of now, it’s official.
USA has ordered a seventh season of its successful spy drama “Burn Notice” – but it’ll be a shorter season.
Some updates in the regular casts have surfaced this week. Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva reports that Barry Sloane, who plays Aiden Mathis, Emily Thorne’s partner-in-revenge, on ABC’s “Revenge”, has been promoted to the status of series regular. Continue Reading
USA is keeping their suits around.
The network has announced today tha it has picked up its drama “Suits” for s third season.
16 new episodes are set to be aired next year.
After Bree Turner has been made a series regular at the start of its second season, NBC’s “Grimm” is now adding another female regular to the fold.
Per Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva, Claire Coffee, who plays mischievous Hexenbiest Adalind on the NBC creepfest, has been upped to full series regular status a few episodes into season 2.
Look how fast this has turned into Renewal Day.
USA has announced today that it has picked up its successful dramas “Royal Pains”, “White Collar” and “Covert Affairs” for another season each.
Meanwhile, NBC has ordered two more cycles of its singing competition series “The Voice”, to air in Spring and Fall of 2013.
And here, before the Emmys really will take over this day, are a few items from the very recent past that need mentioning.
- According to TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich, “Treme” co-creator David Simon announced at a screening at the Joy Theater in New Orleans yesterday that the HBO drama was renewed for a fourth and final season, which gives the producers the total season run they had envisioned.
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.”
Finally finding some time to add what has transpired all over the news sites lately.
- Robin Williams might be headed back to the small screen, per Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva. David E. Kelley (“Ally McBeal”, “The Practice”) has written a script that CBS is looking to pick up. It’s a single-camera workplace comedy that would have Williams star as a brilliant ad executive who works alongside his daughter.
“White Collar”‘s Neal and Peter are about to get a new boss lady.
TVGuide’s Liz Raftery reports that Emily Procter (“CSI: Miami”) has been cast in two episodes of the successful USA drama, playing Assistant Special Agent in Charge Amanda Callaway, who is hired to shake up the office and keep a close eye on Peter (Tim DeKay) and Neal (Matt Bomer) – and she’s anything but a pushover.
“Alphas” has returned to Syfy two weeks ago, and has already announced a slew of high-profile guest stars for the current season.
But now, co-executive producer/writer Robert Hewitt Wolfe has tweeted that there will be at least one more genre-familiar name coming to the show.
Lisa Ryder, who played the female lead of Beka Valentine on “Andromeda” back in the day, has signed on for a guest role on “Alphas”. No more details are available at this point.