Vanderpump Rule #215: When Dancing with the Stars calls, you say yes.
ABC has revealed its latest batch of Dancing with the Stars
victims contestants. Gymnast Aly Raisman, Bravo-owned star Lisa Vanderpump, comic and human train wreck Andy Dick and country crooner Wynonna Judd. The twist? In the first episode, it's revealed that they'll have to tap dance off the high dive in a special crossover with the network's celebrity diving show, Splash.
A day after emceeing a divisive Oscars, Seth MacFarlane is swearing that he won't be delivering a repeat performance next year. Screw Argo: that's the biggest victory to emerge out of this year's telecast.
Podcasting superstar Pete Holmes has been awarded his own televised comedy series, courtesy of TBS. His still-untitled show will have a four-week trial run following Conan in the fall.
Brittany Snow is headed back to television as the star of the based-on-a-blog (yes, that's a thing now) Fox comedy, To My Future Assistant. She'll play a legal assistant hoping to make the leap to associate lawyer at her firm. In other Fox casting news, Tom Mison will play a contemporary Ichabod Crane in the network's planned Sleepy Hollow series. Now the question is, which actor will willingly sacrifice his or her noggin to land the coveted Headless Horseman role?
Sons of Anarchy scribe Kurt Sutter is teaming up with exiled Hell on Wheels showrunner John Shiban to develop a new FX series called Lucas Stand about a time-tripping Special Ops soldier. We can't wait to see which body part he'll bite off.
After reviving Barney's Playbook on last night's episode, How I Met Your Mother will also recycle his former flame Quinn in an April episode. Just when Becki Newton thought she was out, they brought her back in.
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