Caffeine – October 16th Edition

Happy Sunday! The new season’s pickups and cancellations are in full swing now…

Hooray! Haven and Boardwalk Empire have both been renewed for third seasons.

Picked up for full seasons: Revenge, Suburgatory, The Secret Circle, Ringer, Hart of Dixie.

A good sign for Happy Endings: more scripts have been ordered. Same for Prime Suspect and Harry’s Law.

Cancelled: Charlie’s Angels, Memphis Beat.

Syfy’s Being Human will return on January 16. Lost Girl will premiere the same night, and the Eureka, Haven, and Warehouse 13 Christmas episodes are scheduled for December 6.

A few FOX scheduling notes: Terra Nova‘s season finale will be on December 19, and New Girl will be back on November 1.

Apartment 23 is back to a version of its original titleDon’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23.

Shonda Rhimes has yet another show in the works, and this is her first not for ABC. Ryan Murphy has another one too, so really, at this rate within three years all TV will be made by one of them, Kevin Williamson, or Josh Schwartz.

You wouldn’t think that the next step after a failed CW drama would be the chance to star on an ABC comedy, but Ashley Tisdale is proving you (well, me) wrong.

Guest stars!
Castle: Eric Ladin
Community: Taran Killam
CSI: Miami: Susie Abromeit
Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt 23: Kevin Sorbo, Dean Cain
Hart of Dixie: Megan Stevenson, Meredith Monroe
Law & Order: SVU: Carrie Preston, Natasha Lyonne, Timothy Busfield, Izabella Miko, Andre Braugher, Sofia Vassilieva
Mike & Molly: Holly Robinson Peete
New Girl: Rachael Harris
Once Upon a Time: Emma Caulfield
Pan Am: Gaius Charles
Perception: Jimmy Bennett
Person of Interest: Alan Dale
The Secret Circle: Arlen Escarpeta

Community: Malcolm-Jamal Warner
The Good Wife: Anika Noni Rose
Justified: Raymond J. Barry
NCIS: Meredith Eaton

90210: Niall Matter
Damages: Ryan Phillippe
Falling Skies: Brandon Jay McLaren
Game of Thrones: Rose Leslie
Justified: Neal McDonough, Mykelti Williamson
Once Upon a Time: Eion Bailey
Parenthood: Rafi Gavron
Scent of the Missing: Tricia Helfer, Gerald McRaney

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