Caffeine – April 17th Edition

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.

Pilot Updates:

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.

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