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OCT
21
4 MINS

'Shameless' Adds Singer-Actress for Season 5

'Shameless' Adds Singer-Actress for Season 5

Shameless is ramping up for season five.

Singer-actress Annie Little, one-half of indie duo Little & Ashley, has boarded the Showtime series in a multiepisode arc.

Little will play Elizabeth, sister to Bianca (Bojana Novacovic), who is a bit of square and uptight. She will appear in at least two episodes.

Little is repped by Hervey/Grimes and McKeon Myones. Her past credits include roles in Argo, Dexter, Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23, Southland and 90210.

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OCT
21
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CBS Developing Venice Medical Drama From 'Under the Dome' Team

CBS Developing Venice Medical Drama From 'Under the Dome' Team

CBS is looking to Under the Dome for new projects.

The network has made a script deal for a medical drama project from Under the Dome producers Alexandra McNally and Neal Baer, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Windward Clinic, from CBS Television Studios, is an unflinching look at the deeply personal and raw stories on the dedicated health care workers who come together at a clinic in Venice, Calif., that serves as a crossroads for the haves and have-nots.

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OCT
21
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'Walking Dead' Actor Boards 'Law & Order: SVU' for Guest Gig

'Walking Dead' Actor Boards 'Law & Order: SVU' for Guest Gig

Law & Order: SVU is adding two to the guest cast.

The Walking Dead actor Chad Coleman, who plays Tyreese Williams on AMC's zombie drama, and Meagan Good have boarded NBC's long-running police procedural, it was announced Tuesday.

They will both appear in the Nov. 19 episode, "Spousal Privilege," playing a couple in an abusive relationship.

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OCT
21
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Syfy Renews Zombie Drama 'Z Nation'

Syfy Renews Zombie Drama 'Z Nation'

Syfy is staying put in Z Nation. The cable network has announced a second season of the zombie drama, set for a 2015 return.

The news comes just halfway through the series' freshman season. Its proven to be especially competitive on Friday nights, averaging just under 1.5 million viewers and a 0.5 rating among adults 18-49 in live-plus-same day showings.

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OCT
21
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'The Flash,' 'Jane the Virgin' Get Full-Season Orders at CW

'The Flash,' 'Jane the Virgin' Get Full-Season Orders at CW

The CW is two-for-two so far with its rookie class.

The network's breakout freshman hit The Flash and critically lauded Jane the Virgin have sprinted to early full-season pickups just two episodes into their runs, it was announced Tuesday. The Arrow spinoff has been picked up for an additional 10 episodes, bringing its first season count to 23 episodes, while Jane the Virgin has been picked up for a back-nine, bringing it to 22.

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OCT
21
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FX Cancels 'The Bridge' After Two Seasons

FX Cancels 'The Bridge' After Two Seasons

FX is burning The Bridge. The cable network announced Tuesday that it has canceled the Diane Kruger-Demián Bichir drama after two seasons.

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OCT
21
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MTV's 'Faking It' Gets 10-Episode Pickup

MTV's 'Faking It' Gets 10-Episode Pickup

MTV is reinvesting in Faking It.

The network is doubling down on the second-year comedy from showrunner Carter Covington, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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OCT
21
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Watch the Action-Packed Trailer for VH1's 'Drumline' Sequel (Exclusive)

After two teasers, VH1 has released the official full-length trailer for its Drumline sequel.

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OCT
21
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IFC Promotes Christine Lubrano, Adds Development Execs

IFC Promotes Christine Lubrano, Adds Development Execs

A little over half a year as the head of IFC's programmingPeter Aronson has put together his team.

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OCT
21
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A&E Sets 'Growing Up Gotti' Reunion Special

A&E is staging a Gotti family reunion.

To mark the 10th anniversary of its early docuseries Growing Up Gotti, the network is reuniting the family to talk about their time before the cameras. The nostalgia play, which will air as a one-night special, will premiere Nov. 10 at 9 pm.  

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OCT
21
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Roma Downey to Host Religious Reality Series at TLC

Roma Downey to Host Religious Reality Series at TLC

Roma Downey and Mark Burnett are expanding their TV empire to TLC — and one of them is stepping back in front of the camera.

The cable network announced Tuesday that Downey will host a new religious unscripted project that focuses on individuals who claim their prayers have literally been answered. Not yet titled, it will run in six installments.

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OCT
21
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Christian Slater to Topline USA's Hacker Drama 'Mr. Robot'

Christian Slater to Topline USA's Hacker Drama 'Mr. Robot'

USA Network has found its Mr. Robot.

Christian Slater has been tapped to topline the cable network's hacker drama pilot, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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OCT
21
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TV Ratings: 'The Millers' Moves to New Night, 'The Voice' and 'The Blacklist' Drop

TV Ratings: 'The Millers' Moves to New Night, 'The Voice' and 'The Blacklist' Drop

CBS enjoyed one final Monday of The Big Bang Theory last night. Before broadcast's top show moves back to its Thursday time slot next week, it opened the night and offered a lead-in to The Millers. Big Bang, steady with a 4.4 rating among adults 18-49 in its live-plus-same-day showing, saw its lead-out shed half of that score — pulling a 2.2 in the key demo.

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OCT
21
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'Scandal' Taps 'Battlestar Galactica' Favorite as Abby's Ex-Husband

'Scandal' Taps 'Battlestar Galactica' Favorite as Abby's Ex-Husband

ABC's Scandal is going to shed some light on Abby's backstory.

Battlestar Galactica favorite Michael Trucco has been cast to play the ex-husband of Darby Stanchfield's White House press secretary, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Trucco will play Charles Putney, the youngest son of former Virginia governor James Putney — and the man she divorced after he physically assaulted her in a drunken rage.

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