Caffeine – June 10th Edition

Happy Sunday! We’ve got a few summer premiere date stragglers for you, and some interesting casting announcements. But first, big news about a premium cable favorite . . .

Spartacus will end after its upcoming third season.

Good news! The CW finally confirmed that they will air The L.A. Complex‘s second season, starting on July 17. And British show Misfits, which has been available on Hulu, will start airing on Logo on July 19. And Cinemax’s Strike Back will return on August 17.

Lost Girl had already been renewed in Canada, but now we have official word that Syfy will be airing season three in the States.

Also renewed: Shake It Up.

Cancelled: King.

Dallas and Falling Skies will have weekly web shows. (Wil Wheaton is involved!)

FX bought a new comedy, Legit.

It looks like NBC will be taking that Charlize Theron Hatfields and McCoys series.

In development:
MTV is working on a Scream series – without Kevin Williamson.
E! has a series based on a publicist.
ABC is close to picking up Super Fun Night, a comedy pilot CBS passed on.
This potential remake of a French mafia drama might be interesting.

Promoted to series regular: Jon Wellner on CSI; Kristen Hager on Being Human; Josh Malina on Scandal.

Leaving Body of Proof: John Carroll Lynch, Nicholas Bishop, and Sonja Sohn. And leaving Scandal: Henry Ian Cusick.

Officially in for new seasons: Eric Szmanda on CSI; Rocky Carroll on NCIS.

Guest stars!
Alphas: Allie MacDonald
Baby Daddy: Greg Grunberg
Burn Notice: Brian White
Californication: Jorge Garcia
Haven: Allie MacDonald
Homeland: Valerie Cruz
Leverage: Willa Ford
Men at Work: Alexandra Breckenridge
Sullivan & Son: Billy Gardell
White Collar: Victor Webster

Parenthood: Jason Ritter

Being Human: Amy Aquino
Californication: Meghan Falcone
Cedar Cove: Dylan Neal
Da Vinci’s Demons: Lara Pulver
Dexter: Matt Gerald
Do No Harm: John Carroll Lynch
Goodwin Games: T.J. Miller (replacing Jake Lacy)
Hannibal: Mads Mikkelsen
Mockingbird Lane: Jerry O’Connell, MAYBE Mariana Klaveno, depending
Red Widow: Clifton Collins, Jr.
Sons of Anarchy: Billy Brown

(Image courtesy of Starz.)

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