Doesn’t matter which reality you live in — this is pretty great news.
Fringe got renewed for a fifth and final season this morning!
Meet the newest Rosewood resident. Vampire Diaries star Sterling Sulieman is set to play law student and vendetta seeker Nathan St. Germain (Maya’s cousin) on the next season of Pretty Little Liars.
Saturday Night Live is set to have alum Will Ferrell host the May 12 episode. Not sure that it will make it any funnier, but we’re expecting stale Anchorman quotes and lots of ’90s nostalgia.
Boardwalk Empire is making a big leap. The creators announced the third season will pick up 15 months after the second season left off.
The winner of this week’s “We’re Still Doing This?” news award is Happily Divorced. The show was picked up for 12 more episodes. I thought the stalest thing on TV Land these days was Betty White until I watched this show.
MTV announced that the second season of Teen Wolf is set to start June 3, while the new trainwreck spin-off Snooki and JWoww will take Jersey Shore‘s Thursday timeslot starting June 21, with our darling Awkward. premiering at 10:30 PM on June 28. But wait, future cancelled show lovers, there’s more! MTV also announced new scripted series like Catfish, Inbetweeners (did they learn nothing from Skins?), Underemployed, Wake Brothers and Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous.
Talk about a fight I’d actually pay to see: Chloe Sevigny and Jessica Lange might duke it out in the next season of American Horror Story. Sevigny is in negotiations to play Shelly the Nymphomaniac, a lady who doesn’t see eye-to-eye with Lange’s character.
And lastly, for the animation domination nerds out there, Futurama creators announced the show will be back on Comedy Central with a two-episode premiere on June 20.
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