So many new shows today! I use the term "new" quite loosely, but what do you expect? As for casting, we say goodbye to one resident of The Hills, and hello again to a familiar face on House. Oh, and Paula is still around.
It's finally happening. Paula Abdul is going to have her own show in Vegas, and it looks like it will most likely be a talk show. When TV Guide asked what The Paula Abdul Show would be like, she gave a standard description of basically every talk show in history, adding, "I'd be Paula." No way, really?!
Michael Weston will be returning to House as detective Lucas Douglas. We're not sure yet what exactly brings him back to Princeton-Plainsboro, but anything to distract from the Foreteen romance is sure to keep you House fans happy, so rejoice!
The L Word will return to Showtime...as a reality series. The Real L Word: Los Angeles is said to be "a lesbian answer to Bravo's Real Housewives franchise." What, Caroline Manzo not butch enough for everyone?
Speaking of "new" shows, the creators of Home Improvement are working on a family comedy about a psychologist who works from home and has to take care of his kids. We liked this show just fine when it was called Growing Pains, but whatever.
Audrina is leaving The Hills! She recently announced that once she finishes up taping the last few episodes, she'll be moving on to her own reality show. It's probably not the best way to pursue that serious acting career she's so set on (you know, because Sorority Row looks like such a hit), but anything that doesn't include Justin Bobby is a step in the right direction.
ABC picked up a new series about a female family and divorce attorney who refuses to marry. There's no telling whether or not it'll be any good, but it has Ali Adler (Chuck) on writing duties and Josh Schwartz (Chuck, Gossip Girl) as executive producer, so we have high hopes.
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