Jorja Fox is finally full-time (again).
After four seasons as a recurring guest star, Fox will return to CSI this fall as a series regular. She started out as a series regular for seven seasons, so this shouldn't feel too different -- but it will be good to have her back.
Absolutely everyone everywhere is suing one another today. American Idol creator Simon Fuller is suing Fox for millions in X Factor money. CBS is suing the writer-producer of the new fall series of The Firm because he took the show to NBC after it was apparently developed for CBS, and Glee producer Michael Novick is suing Glee co-creator Ian Brennan for betraying him or something dramatic like that. Good job, all!
Game of Thrones has cast Camelot's Liam Cunningham as Davos Seaworth. Cunningham is apparently filling the last major role of Season 2. So that's a wrap on GoT casting for the time being...now how long 'til Season 2 begins?
The Comic-Con Bones panel has been cancelled after Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz pulled out for "personal reasons." In case you're of the naive persuasion, that means they wanted more money. Nice one, you two.
No surprise here, since the show barely made it to air in the first place -- NBC has officially cancelled Love Bites. The network will air the final episode this week.
WEtv has given Shannen Doherty her own wedding reality show. Maybe that's what A was trying to tell us on Pretty Little Liars last night when she wrote "The Bitch is Back"?
The Discovery Channel has ordered Weed Wars, a new docu-series set at the country's largest medicinal marijuana facility, Oakland's Harborside Health Center. So stoners, set your DVRs.
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