Pretty boys do have all the luck, as Cheyenne Jackson joins Glee and the Old Spice ad guy gets a role on Chuck. I guess the same goes for not-so-pretty boys, as Billy Baldwin is also in today's news...
Parenthood's Lauren Graham will be getting a new love interest as Billy Baldwin joins the NBC show, also playing Adam's (Peter Krause) boss. Seriously, no one could think of a better person to cast than the lesser Baldwin brother? Your decision, NBC.
After missing his chance to star on Glee in the first season due to a bad case of the flu when filming started, Broadway star and 30 Rock's Cheyenne Jackson will finally have his role on the show. He'll become the new coach of Vocal Adrenaline on Glee. We wonder if he'll show up to set in his incredibly tiny Xanadu shorts.
More American Idol judge rumors have been swirling, including the possibility of Jessica Simpson being considered. This search for replacement judges is a very new direction for Idol, considering that the rumored names actually have had singing careers (beyond the '80s, Paula).
CBS has revealed that the cast of Survivor: Nicaragua will be divided by age, with tribes of people under 30 and over 40. "Agism!" cries out 67-year-old contestant Jimmy Johnson, as he's placed in his own "Way Over the Hill" tribe.
Family Ties' Justine Bateman will guest-star on ABC's Private Practice as the mother of an autistic child. We'll see if she can make people as excited to actually watch Private Practice as she made the employees of the Bluth company when she appeared on Arrested Development.
To respond to its failing grade on the GLAAD report, CBS will be adding more gay characters to its shows, including $#*! My Dad Says. The interaction between William Shatner's character and the new gay character has the potential to be as funny as Karen Walker's playful berating of Will Truman.
Stemming from his recently signed NBC talent deal, the Old Spice ad guy, Isaiah Mustafa, will appear on Chuck. When the Geico cavemen show up as sex traffickers on Law and Order: SVU, then we'll start worrying.
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