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TV Extensions, Renewals and Cancellations (10/21)

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Here’s an update on the shows you will and won’t be seeing in the months to come:

EXTENSIONS

  • American Dad (FOX) – 8 more episodes ordered
  • Brothers & Sisters (ABC) - 4 more episodes ordered
  • Chase (NBC) – Full season order
  • Chuck (NBC) – Full season order
  • The Event (NBC) – Full season order
  • Law & Order: Los Angeles (NBC) – Full season order

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This Week on TV (10/11-10/17)


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MONDAY (10/11)
  • 90210 (CW, 8 p.m.):  “Debbie applies for a job as an assistant to a very pregnant Jen.” She’ll do whatever it takes to stay on the show provide for her family.
  • House (FOX, 8 p.m.):  “A patient who can’t stop vomiting is also hiding secrets.” A few more trips to the toilet, and he’ll be ready to cough them up.
  • Castle (ABC, 10 p.m.):  “Castle posits time travel as a possible element in the murder of a mathematician shot by a 200-year-old bullet.” Having seen Timecop, I fully support this theory.

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Wednesday Ratings: Defenders Defending Its Time Slot

The battle for Wednesday night’s 10:00 hour is proving to be an interesting one. Last week, the debut of Law & Order: Los Angeles bested The Defenders in both the viewers and the demos. This week, Defenders took the viewers, while NBC’s program won the demos. What will happen in Week 3? Place your bets now.

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Wednesday Ratings: Solid Debut for New L&O

Another Wednesday night meant another double-win for CBS. The network, with help from Criminal Minds and Survivor, took both the viewers and the demos. CBS did see a loss, though, in the 10:00 hour. That’s when Law & Order: Los Angeles defeated The Defenders in the time slot.

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This Week on TV (9/27-10/3)


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MONDAY (9/27)
  • House (FOX, 8 p.m.):  “House and Cuddy confront the workplace ramifications of their relationship.” If the show tanks after this pairing, it’s all on them.
  • Hoarders (A&E, 10 p.m.):  “A teacher takes her hoarding lifestyle into the classroom.” Some call that hoarding, others call that an oversized class.
  • Weeds (Showtime, 10 p.m.):  “To retrieve her kidnapped son, Nancy has a showdown with Cesar in a Skee-Ball museum.” The one with the most Chuck E. Cheese tickets in the end wins.

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TV Talk: High Interest in Law & Order: LA, Low Numbers for HBO

Law & Order: Los Angeles-Which new shows are you looking forward to checking out? According to a TiVo poll, Law & Order: Los Angeles and Hawaii Five-0 are the most-anticipated programs of the upcoming season.

-When is an Oscar nominee not considered “famous enough”? When her name is Carey Mulligan. The Wall Street 2 star says she would love to be in Glee, but she’s apparently not recognizable enough for a cameo.

-Has HBO lost some of its appeal? Despite shows like True Blood, Entourage and Hung, the cable channel’s second quarter audience numbers were the lowest in four years. New series Boardwalk Empire begins this Sunday.

-Sunday Night Football, though, is doing just fine for NBC. This weekend’s game between the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins scored the best overnight ratings for any opener—on a Sunday or Monday—in 13 years.


Oscar Nominee Terrence Howard Joins Law & Order: Los Angeles

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Daytime, Prime Time, NBC,

Terrence HowardTerrence Howard may have lost his role in Iron Man 2, but he has a new chance now to bring bad guys down.

NBC just announced that the Oscar nominee will be joining their new series, , on a part-time basis. The Hustle & Flow actor will share the installment’s district attorney role with Spider-Man 2‘s Alfred Molina.

As L&O fans know, this job-sharing arrangement is similar to how Law & Order: Criminal Intent handled its detective duties.

The Peacock also revealed today that Corey Stoll (Salt) has been added to the cast as Detective T.J. Jaruszalski. Stoll serve as partner to the previously-announced Skeet Ulrich.

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Casting Corner: Law & Order: Los Angeles, SVU and More

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Law & Order: Los Angeles: Although he understandably won’t be included in the latest Scream film, Skeet Ulrich is not hurting for work. The actor has just been cast in the latest L&O series. This time around Ulrich, as one of the lead detectives, will be helping to hunt down serial killers.

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