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    Thursday, February 13 2014


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    Coming up in Primetime Television.

    Soaps.com has a new CW series premiere for the week of February 17, as well as episode teasers, casting, a cover shoot with 'an original', a big CBS return, former soap stars heading to late-night and more in our latest Primetime Dish column…

    Army Wives: A Final Salute:
    On Sunday March 16 at 9:00 PM Lifetime will premiere the two-hour special to honor the last seven seasons of the show. Viewers will join in for a look back at the series and get to see the cast and production team come together for a final goodbye. The network canceled the series last September 2013.

    Arrow:
    Renewed! The series has been renewed for season three. Though a new episode will not be seen this week the CW will air a repeat of its December 11, 2013 episode titled "Three Ghosts" on Wednesday February 19 at 8:00 PM.

    Banshee:
    In Cinemax's Friday February 21 10:00 PM episode titled "Ways To Bury A Man," Lucas angrily looks for trees to shake in an attempt to bring down Proctor and roughs up a junkyard skinhead for information on the ecstasy operation. Carrie, Deva and Gordon are brought together by a family crisis. An explosive side of Job is revealed, and Alex faces a vote of no-confidence at the tribal council.

    Cougar Town:
    In TBS' February 18 10:00 PM episode titled "Time To Move On," Andy and the guys make a video for Bro-Day. Travis graduates with an art degree, but Jules worries about his job prospects, and in order to get Stan in a new school Ellie and Laurie pose as a couple.

    Dallas:
    Season three returns to TNT on Monday February 24 at 9:00 PM. Starting on Sunday February 23 at 8:00 PM viewers can caught up with replays of seasons one and two leading up to the series' premiere. Also read Soaps.com's Dallas Spoilers to find out how John Ross starts off season three by putting his marriage at risk and more!

    Drop Dead Diva:
    Canceled. Lifetime has canceled its series with plans to have the upcoming season six be the last. Just last October the series was renewed for season six, which will air sometime this year.

    Girls:
    In HBO's Sunday February 23 10:00 PM episode titled "Incidentals," Patti warns Hannah that Adam's new career path may cause unforeseen problems during a GQ interview. An old acquaintance surprises Jessa at work, and the group gives Desi good news.

    Graceland:
    Though season two of the USA Network series won't return until next summer "General Hospital" fans can look forward to seeing (ex-Trey) Erik Valdez on Graceland.

    Hart Of Dixie:
    Barry Watson ("7th Heaven") has landed the recurring role of Davis Polk. Look for the actor to appear sometime in April.

    Looking:
    In HBO's Sunday February 23 10:30 PM episode titled "Looking In The Mirror," Patrick is nervous about Richie meeting his friends for the first time. Lynn introduces Dom to potential investors, leading him to insist he and Lynn are just friends, and Agustín crosses paths with Frank after inviting CJ to the birthday picnic.

    Mistresses:
    TVLine is reporting that Joseph May ("Episodes") will play the recurring role of April's gay, childhood friend Mickey. Also keep an eye out for two former "General Hospital" actors as Jason Gerhardt and Rebeka Montoyaid have joined Mistresses. Season two returns to ABC this summer.

    NCIS: New Orleans:
    Lucas Black ("Fast & Furious 7," "Tokyo Drift") will play Agent Lasalle in the upcoming CBS spin-off series.

    Pretty Little Liars:
    Read Soaps.com's Pretty Little Liars Spoilers to find out why the girls might not trust Spencer in ABC Family's Tuesday February 18 episode titled "Free Fall."


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    Reign:
    Renewed! The series has been renewed for season two. On Thursday February 20 at 9:00 PM the CW will air a repeat of its December 12, 2013 episode titled "Fated."

    Scandal:
    Dylan Minnette ("Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.") and Madeline Carroll ("R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour") have landed the roles of Fitz and Mellie's kids Jerry and Karen. The ABC series returns with new episodes on Thursday February 27. Keep an eye out for the newcomers soon thereafter.

    Star-Crossed:
    Series premiere! On February 17 at 8:00 PM the CW will premiere the pilot for its new series. Monday episode teasers: Six year old Emery Whitehill witnessed an alien spacecraft crash-landing in her small town and met a six year old Atrian boy named Roman, who she hid before authorities took him away. After ten years Emery and Roman are reunited as the first group of Atrian teens is about to enroll in high school in a widely scrutinized social experiment. Can humans and Atrians live in peace? This episode will air again on Tuesday February 18 at 9:00 PM.

    Supernatural:
    Renewed! The CW series has been renewed for season ten.

    The Good Wife:
    Michael J. Fox will return to the CBS series as Louis Canning for numerous episodes during the end of the season, which resumes on Sunday March 9 at 9:00 PM. Fox was last seen in January 2013.

    The Lottery:
    Lifetime has ordered its pilot to series and a former "The Young And The Restless" actor will be seen in upcoming episodes. Find out more about the show and (ex-Daniel) Michael Graziadei on The Lottery.

    The Millers:
    Roseanne Barr ("Roseanne") will appear in an upcoming guest spot as Doug's (Andy Richter) mother Darla. The CBS series airs Thursdays at 8:30 PM.

    The Originals:
    Renewed! The series has been renewed for season two. The show will not be seen on Tuesday February 18. However, the CW will air a repeat of its January 28 episode titled "Dance Back From The Grave" on Thursday February 20 at 8:00 PM. Then on Friday February 21 at 9:00 PM the network will air a repeat of the show's February 4 episode titled "Crescent City." Keep an eye on our The Original Spoilers for more upcoming show details.

    In other news… Check out Joseph Morgan's (Klaus) cover shoot with Maniac Magazine where he talks about his best maniac moments and states, "Probably the most recent maniac moment I had is having to explain to my chiropractor how I locked up the entire right side of my body during a werewolf transition." Watch the video below for more.



    The Tomorrow People:
    Though a new episode will not air this week the CW will play a repeat of its December 11, 2013 episode titled "Death's Door" on Wednesday February 19 at 9:00 PM.

    The Vampire Diaries:
    Renewed! The series has been renewed for season six. The CW series will not be seen on Thursday February 20. However, on Tuesday February 18 a repeat of its January 23 episode titled "500 Years Of Solitude" will air. Bookmark our The Vampire Diaries Spoilers for updates on what's ahead.

    Tony Awards:
    Hugh Jackman ("X-Men") will return to host The 68th Annual Tony Awards. "We are thrilled to have Hugh Jackman return to host the Tony Awards," said Jack Sussman, Executive Vice President, Specials, Music and Live Events, CBS Entertainment. "Hugh is the ultimate performer – actor, singer and dancer – he does it all, second to none. He is a consummate entertainer and the one you want out there hosting your live television event." Tune in to CBS for the live broadcast from the Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sunday June 8 at 8:00 PM.

    True Detective:
    In HBO's Sunday February 23 9:00 PM episode titled "Haunted Houses," Maggie looks back to 2002 when Cohle's relationship with Hart was fractured, which led to him quitting the force.

    Under The Dome:
    Eddie Cahill ("CSI: NY") will appear as a series regular as an EMT named Sam, who also happens to be Dean's brother-in-law. Tune in to CBS for season two's premiere at 10:00 PM on Monday June 30.




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