JON HAMM Comes Back to CHILDRENS HOSPITAL
The Mad Men actor will head to Adult Swim where he will portray the founder of Childrens Hospital, appearing via flashbacks in the upcoming episode, Attention Staff. In the show Dr. Blake Downs and Dr. Own Maestro attempt to uncover the identity of the P.A. announcer who is never-seen. Hamm previously guest starred in seasons 2 and 3.
JONATHAN RHYS MEYERS Will Play DRACULA On The Small Screen
Based on an idea from Tony Krantz, Dracula will return to television with Jonathan Rhys Meyers taking on the title role in Dracula, a joint production between NBC and UK's Sky Living. With a ten episode commitment, the series is set in the 1890s and follows Dracula as he moves to London, posing as an American entrepreneur. With the intent to destroy the people who ruined his life many years ago his plans are slightly altered when he ends up falling in love with a woman who looks like his dead wife.
VH1 Orders BOUNCE With DEAN CAIN
The scripted comedy Bounce is headed to VH1 with Dean Cain in the starring role and starring with Kimberly Elise and Charlotte Ross. The show follows the Los Angeles Devil Girls, a dance team for a pro basketball team. The series will follow the dancers and the coach for the squad as well as the team's coach and the players.
The POWERS TV Show Isn't Dead Yet
FX is still working on the adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's comic book series Powers. It's been in development for a while and although a pilot was shot with Jason Patric and Lucy Punch, the network has decided to try again with a new script from Charles Eglee. A new cast is also expected.
Watch The Last Promo For DEXTER's Final Season Before It Premieres
This season of Dexter is going to be a doozy. Deb knows his secret, and that could go all sorts of ways. This latest promo shows of Dex's sister who looks like she might be in a bit of trouble. The network is still keeping everything under wraps, so we'll just have to wait until the premiere
JASON BEGHE Jumps From CALIFORNICATION Into CHICAGO FIRE
NBC is rounding out the cast of Chicago Fire with the addition of Jason Beghe. who will play a recurring character known as Detective Hank Voight, a "dangerous, feared and formidable gang unit cop who will do anything to protect his delinquent son from the long arm of the law. Vampire Diaries' Taylor Kinney takes the lead on the new series that follows the men and women of the Chicago Fire Department.
NBC Is Bringing Back SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE WEEKEND UPDATE THURSDAY
It's an election year, so SNL is focusing on politics, reviving their Weekend Update Thursday through the campaign season. It's assumed that regular Weekend Update host Seth Meyers will anchor the series.
TNT Developing REACT With ACT OF VALOR Director/Producer SCOTT WAUGH
React is a new show at TNT that's being developed by Suits showrunner Sean Jablonski, Bones producer Barry Josephson, and Act Of Valor producer, editor, and director Scott Waugh on board to produce and direct the pilot with his Bandito Brothers label. The show is said to be a military type show that follows a secret black ops task force.
Showtime Gives Us A Prom For Season 2 of HOMELAND
The first season of Homeland ended with shock therapy, terrorist involvement by supposed allies, and Claire Danes looking pretty frazzled with a head of erased memories. But are they really gone? This trailer shows us maybe not.
GLEE Adds Two New Faces And The Return of CHORD OVERSTREET
Glee is headed into its fourth season, and they've picked up two new characters played by Dean Geyer and Jacob Artist. Geyer will play a love interest for Lea Michele's Rachel Berry, and Artist is set with the role of the half-brother of Mark Salling's character, Puck. He'll show up in New York when Rachel heads to the city to go to NYADA. Back at McKinley, Jake Puckerman is trying out for the Glee club, but he has a bit of an attitude. New series regular Chord Overstreet will likely take a larger role at McKinley High School following the graduation of the characters portrayed by Michele, Chris Colfer, and Cory Monteith.