Soaps.com has plenty of Primetime scoops for our readers to look forward to during the week of July 23 and beyond. In our latest Primetime Dish you'll find episode teasers, casting scoops, encore episode alerts, and tons of goodies exposed at this year's San Diego Comic Con…
90210: Singer Carly Rae Jepsen will appear in a guest role during the CW premiere on Monday October 8 at 8:00 PM. Look for the episode to feature a song off her CD "Curiosity." Lori Loughlin will also return as Debbie Wilson. Do you enjoy repeats? Tune in on Monday July 23 at 8:00 PM when the CW reairs the November 1, 2011 episode titled "It’s The Great Masquerade, Naomi Clark."
Arrested Development: It's official! Netflix will air ten new episode for season four sometime in 2013.
Arrow: Kelly Hu ("The Vampire Diaries") will make a guest starring appearance. Further details are still unknown. Tune in for new episodes on the CW beginning at 8:00 PM on Wednesday October 10.
Dallas: Did you miss last night's new episode? Read Soaps.com's Dallas Weekly Recaps. While you're looking around our "Dallas" section be sure to vote in the weekly poll too.
Falling Skies: TNT has green-lighted its series for season three. Look for the ten-episode season to air sometime in 2013.
Game Of Thrones: During this past week's San Diego Comic Con HBO revealed new characters for their upcoming third season… Mackenzie Crook ("Cheerful Weather For The Wedding") will play a skinchanger named Orell, Clive Russell ("Casualty") will appear as a famous knight named Bryndon, Nathalie Emmanuel ("Hollyoaks") as a translator named Missandei, Kerry Ingram ("Les Misérables") as Shireen Baratheon, Paul Kaye ("Mongrels") as Thoros of Myr, Thomas Brodie-Sangster ("Phineas And Ferb") as Jojen Reed, Ellie Kendrick ("Being Human") as Meera Reed, Richard Dormer ("Hidden") as Beric Dondarrion, Kristofer Hivju ("The Thing") as Tormund Giantsbane, Philip McGinley ("The Gemma Factor") as Anguy, Tara Fitzgerald ("The Body Farm") as Selyse Baratheon, Tobias Menzies ("Eternal Law") as Edmure Tully, and Anton Lesser ("The Hour") as Qyburn.
Hart Of Dixie: On Tuesday July 24 at 8:00 PM the CW will air a repeat of its October 17, 2011 episode titled "In Havoc & In Heat."
Hawaii Five-0: Ed Asner ("Hot In Cleveland") will return to the series as August March. Look for him in episode two. The new season returns to CBS on September 24 at 10:00 PM.
NCIS: Great news! The deals are done and Michael Weatherly (Tony DiNozzo), Sean Murray (Timothy McGee) and Pauley Perrette (Abby Sciuto) have all signed new contracts to stay with the CBS series for two more years, which will lead them into seasons ten and eleven.
Pretty Little Liars: In the ABC Family Tuesday July 24 8:00 PM episode titled "Crazy" Hannah believes she's being framed by 'A' after having a conversation with a detective. Aria goes to Mona for help, and someone from Jason and Ali's past appears unexpectedly. If you ever miss an episode feel free to read Soap Opera Fan's Pretty Little Liars Recaps.
Revenge: Barry Sloane ("Hollyoaks") will appear in a recurring role as someone from Emily's past named Ethan. Stay tuned to the ABC series' new timeslot on Sundays at 9:00 PM.
Sons Of Anarchy: Joel McHale ("Community") will appear in a multi-episode arc in season five as Warren and have scenes with Katey Sagal, who plays Gemma Teller Morrow.
Spartacus: War Of The Damned: Christian Antidormi ("Home And Away") has been cast to appear as Tiberius in Starz' last and final season - set to return in January 2013. Watch the new season promo that was released at this year's San Diego Comic Con.
Supernatural: On Wednesday July 25 at 8:00 PM the CW will air a repeat of its December 2, 2011 episode titled "Death's Door." Then at 9:00 PM the network will reair the January 6, 2012 episode titled "Adventures In Babysitting."
The Good Wife: Amanda Peet ("Bent") will appear as a client of Lockhart & Gardner in a recurring role in season four.
The L.A. Complex: Krista Allen ("Love Bites") will guest star as Jennifer Bell in the July 24 CW episode titled "The Contract." 9:00 PM Tuesday Episode Teasers: Abby’s first day on "Saying Grace" doesn't go as planned. Connor gets an interesting offer from Jennifer Bell, and Beth and Simon struggle to make their own way in Los Angeles while trying to break into the business. This episode will also repeat on Thursday July 26 at 9:00 PM.
The Newsroom: In the Sunday July 22 HBO 10:00 PM episode The "News Night" crew finds out about a Wisconsin protest against Gov. Scott Walker’s bill - to balance the budget by cutting teachers’ jobs. Neal locates an Egyptian insider, and Maggie, Jim and Don work to get side-by-side views of the simultaneous uprisings on air.
The Vampire Diaries: On Thursday July 26 at 8:00 PM the CW will air a repeat of its January 12, 2012 episode titled "Our Town."
Treme: On Sunday September 23 at 10:00 PM HBO will premiere the series' third season, containing ten episodes.
True Blood: In HBO's Sunday July 22 9:00 PM episode titled "In The Beginning" Eric and Bill get a dominant taste of sacred blood. After a revelation, Sookie wonders what life would be like without faerie powers. Sam seeks out some shifter shooters. Hoyt finds friendship within a new group. Alcide prepares for his faceoff with J.D. Andy tries to reconnect with Bud. While searching for Jesus' body, Lafayette finds an unlikely ally. Tara receives a visit from Lettie Mae, and Arlene takes a sentimental journey.
Weeds: July 17 marked the celebration of the 100th Showtime episode. The network shared the photo above with Soaps.com of the cast and the celebratory cake!
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- Amy Mistretta