A Will & Grace alum is heading to Smash and no, Will is not the one joining the scarf-loving version of Grace.
It's a Will & Grace reunion on Smash as Sean Hayes joins Season 2 as a comedic television star (uh, that sounds vaguely familiar...) making his Broadway debut.
Kristin Chenoweth is leaving her role on The Good Wife after sustaining injuries on the set earlier this month. The actress will appear in the series premiere. Best of luck, Kristin -- we hope that there's no more falling lighting equipment in your TV future.
NeNe Leakes, who inexplicably became the best part of Glee during her stint as loud-mouth Coach Roz -- also known as "Black Sue" to... well, Sue -- will host The Glee Project Live Reunion, a web special that will stream tomorrow at 8 PM PST/11 PM EST and will feature the five semi-finalists reuniting with some of their less-successful Project contestants. After all of the talk swearing that this season finale won't end with more than one winner, we only can now assume that the online special will bring the announcement that the entire cast has scored a role on Glee -- very sneaky, Ryan Murphy...
Out of the island and into Ohio -- Lost alum Alan Dale has joined the cast of Hot in Cleveland as an actor who romances Wendie Malick's Victoria Chase.
Castle and Beckett shippers are going to be pissed... Jodi Lyn O'Keefe of Prison Break will guest star on the new season of Castle as a reporter who has eyes for the author.
The latest Sherlock-centric TV show Elementary has cast Craig Bierko as the CEO of a top Wall Street financial firm who becomes entangled in a murder investigation. Bierko's guest star turn will occur in the show's fourth episode.
Now that Joss Whedon is developing a Marvel-themed superhero show, it's about time that we saw the other side of the superpowered world. Alexandra Cunningham is developing a super villain drama for NBC called Hench, about a man who works as a temp for some dastardly bad guys.
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