Tommy Lee Jones is pretty busy this summer, you know, fighting aliens and all with Will Smith. I'm surprised he has time for this.
The Men In Black III star is in negotiations with AMC to direct The Real All Americans, about the Carlisle Indian Industrial School's football team. But, more importantly, the show caused Jones to go through a mid-lifer and grow a goatee -- do you see that thing? Whoa there.
So You Think You Can Dance, Hell's Kitchen , and Gordon Ramsay's new show Hotel Hell are all set to air in Fox's summer lineup starting in May. I like the fact that Fox is replacing the Ryans (Murphy and Seacrest) with lots of feisty Brits. I'll take the over/under that the ratings skyrocket.
Sara Canning will be returning to the Vampire Diaries one last time reprising her role as Aunt Jenna for the Season 3 finale. She's part of the shows characters classified under "Dead, but Not an Annoying Gilbert Kid."
Nestor "Guyliner" Carbonell has joined ABC's comedy The Smart One produced by Ellen DeGeneres and starring Portia De Rossi... so what does this mean for Ringer?
Stevie Nicks is set to guest appear on an episode of Up All Night. My TV might blow up from Maya Rudolph, Christina Applegate and Nicks being on screen at the same time.
The Office's Meredith Palmer (Kate Flannery) will host Standup In Stilettos, a new comedy series on TV Guide Network. The shows premise is "for, by and about women." So, to review, they're putting the whole Oxygen network in one show, and making it fun. Cue the Cosmos!
FX picked up a new late-night comedy series executive produced by Chris Rock and starring W. Kamau Bell. Bell will discuss politics, pop culture, race, religion, the media and sex from a comedic standpoint. So it's The Chris Rock Show, kind of starring Chris Rock screaming about things Chris Rock likes to scream about. I get it now.
Lifetime is airing 7 Days Of Sex on April 26. The show challenges couples to have sex for one week straight in the hopes of saving their failing marriages. The series has a spin off -- 7 Days Of Plan B.
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