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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has some blasts from the past set to guest star in an upcoming episode of the series. It was announced today that Jaclyn Smith and Ann-Margaret have both been signed on to appear in the show this season.
While our regularly scheduled programs are, for the most part, on hiatus right not, itís not too soon to start planning for midseason, right? NBC posted their midseason schedule, which includes the series premieres of Parenthood and The Marriage Ref along with the return of Celebrity Apprentice.
NBC released their 2010 midseason lineup today. In addition to the return of Chuck (yay!), the schedule also lists some new series, including the Jerichoesque Day One, nurse drama series Mercy and comedy 100 Questions.
NBC comes in hot on the heels of ABC with their fall and 2010 midseason lineups. The big issue the peacock network has is their offer to Jay Leno for that 10pm weeknight slot.
Am I really that guy who would rather watch mediocre singing than hear what our president has to say? The Barack Obama Power Hour is returning to television next Tuesday, March 24. And you know what? I kind of am that guy
Fallís not that far away and as the summer shows are beginning to wrap up, Iíve been finding myself wondering when to expect some of my favorite shows to return from the summer hiatus. So I figure nowís as good a time as any to get started on the big premiere schedule. Weíll be posting previews for all of the new and returning shows this season and as always, the schedule is a work in progress.
While the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences was kind enough to post the top top ten drama and comedy series in consideration for Emmy nominations this year, they havenít been as generous with the other categories. Thanks to some investigative work from The LA Timesí Gold Derby Blog, here is the list for the Top 10 Semifinalists for Best Drama Actor
Iím a giant Law & Order fan. I go back and forth on which iteration is my favorite, but Criminal Intent has definitely taken the top spot more than once. So when I saw the news that Chris Noth is leaving the series (again) at the end of this season, I was pretty bummed out. The only thing that saved this news from being completely depressing is finding out whoís going to be replacing the erstwhile Detective Logan: Jeff Goldblum.
The morning after I had a dream that I cheated on my boyfriend with Dr. Gregory House (seriously) Iím happy to find that one of my other TV crushes is coming back next season. USA has just annonced that it will be bringing Vincent DíOnofrio and Law & Order: Criminal Intent back for a 16-episode eighth season.
While most of our shows are currently wrapping up their seasons in preparation for the summer hiatus, I donít think itís too soon to start anticipating the new fall season. Maybe my excitement for this fall comes from the extra long strike-induced hiatus this year. Itíll be good to see our shows getting back on track with new seasons. NBC posted the premiere dates for their fall shows. This includes the return of Heroes.
Adam Beach, who just joined the cast of Law & Order: SVU as Detective Chester Lake this year, is leaving when the season ends in May. Beachís character, an SVU detective in Brooklyn, didnít replace anyone when he moved to the Manhattan SVU precinct. Since he was an add-on, producers are not expected to recast his role.
Neal, who has played A.D.A Casey Novak since 2003 will be making her final appearance on the show during its season finale next month. Novack made her first appearance on SVU in a guest role as a murder suspect and autoerotic axphyxiation-loving, male stripper gang-rapist (seriously).
Itís network upfront season, which means the networks will be unveiling their upcoming primetime lineups. NBC recently released their new schedule for fall 2008 through summer 2009. While itís a little too early to start setting your DVRs, the schedule looks promising and there are quite a few new series included on the schedule.
NBC had its upfront presentation today, where it unveiled its schedule for next season. In addition to new shows such as The Office spinoff we previously reported on, many fan favorites will be returning next season. Chief among those is Friday Night Lights, the low-rated, but beloved high school football series. FNL will be returning for a 3rd season, but wonít premiere until the winter.
Instead of quietly burying the show, ABC is shaking things up in hopes of generating new interest and better ratings for Murder Club. In addition to replacing the original showrunner with Law & Order vet Robert Nathan, the network is moving the series from the Friday dumps to Tuesday night.