Happy Sunday, everyone! I’m in the middle of moving to a new apartment and also traveling this weekend, so my Internet access has been spotty. Therefore, this is far from the most thorough news update ever, but I promise I’ll find anything I missed and include it next week’s edition. Thanks for your patience!
We don’t really cover daytime TV here, but this news is big enough that it’s worth noting: ABC has cancelled All My Children and One Life to Live.
It’s official: Red Dwarf is returning.
Warren Leight, the man behind the late lamented Lights Out, is the new showrunner for Law & Order: SVU.
Warn your DVR: Steve Carell’s last episode of The Office will be extra long.
HBO has picked up to series Veep, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as vice president.
I’d sort of forgotten that CMT even had a sitcom, but they’re cancelling it, if you care.
AJ Cook is returning to Criminal Minds as a regular.
Julia Ormond will costar on the tenth (and final) season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
More news from the nineties: Hey Dude is finally coming out on DVD.
American Horror Story will costar Jessica Lange.
The Secret Circle adds guest stars Adam Harrington and Emily Holmes.
Vince Uncensored has added Rachel Fox.
Vodka/Chelsea adds Dot Marie Jones.
The sports radio show will star Cynthia McWilliams.
Tim Allen’s pilot has added Shirley Rumierk.