Soaps.com has two new CW series premieres for the week of July 14, as well as a special Hawaiian ceremony for a CBS show, a pregnancy announcement, episode teasers, a BBC renewal, casting and more in our latest Primetime Dish column…
24: Live Another Day:
Series finale! In FOX's Monday July 14 9:00 PM finale episode titled "10:00 PM to 11:00 PM," Jack Bauer's most heroic day ticks down to the final seconds, as he and his team reunite one last time to prevent an international crisis. And lives are threatened, as Jack is faced with an unimaginable decision.
66th Annual Primetime Emmy Nominations:
Live event! Watch the live streaming Primetime Emmy nominations event, which started at 8:00 AM this morning (Thursday July 10), to hear who will be nominated for a Primetime Emmy this year. The ceremony will air on NBC at 8:00 PM on August 25 live from the NOKIA Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
On Tuesday July 15 at 8:00 PM the CW will air a repeat of its January 15 episode titled "Blind Radius." Then on Wednesday July 16 a repeat of its January 22 episode titled "Blind Spot" will air.
In casting news… Devon Aoki ("2 Fast 2 Furious") will appear as a martial arts expert named Tatsu Yamashiro sometime during season three, which returns to the CW at 8:00 PM on Wednesday October 8. Also, look for Karl Yune ("Real Steel") to play the husband of Aoki's Tatsu. Maseo Yamashiro will first appear in flashbacks, and Peter Stormare ("Prison Break") will appear as Werner Zytle, the new Count.
Series premiere! In the CW's Monday July 14 8:30 PM premiere episode titled "It's Like, 'Ow You Say, The Crazy Love," best friends Ryan (Noah Reid) and Brandon (Dillon Casey) struggle with life decisions as they race across Europe looking for Ryan's missing bride-to-be.
Hart Of Dixie:
Ian Anthony Dale ("Murder In The First," "Hawaii Five-0") has landed the recurring role of a doctor named Henry Dalton in the CW series' upcoming season four.
Production for season five began Tuesday in Honolulu/Waikiki. The show was welcomed with a traditional Hawaiian blessing to honor Hawaiian culture with show actors Alex O'Loughlin, Daniel Dae Kim, Jorge Garcia, Taylor Wiley, Dennis Chun and Al Harrington, as well as the producers and crew in attendance. Stay tuned for season five, which will return to CBS on Friday September 26 at 9:00 PM.
In ABC's Monday July 14 10:01 PM episode titled "Why Do Fools Fall In Love," April confronts Daniel and expects him to come clean. The fact that Scott is a plastic surgeon causes trust issues for him and Joss. Dom suggests he and Savi meet with Zack after catching her in a lie, and Jacob wants to push forward with Karen but must deal with something else first.
Once Upon A Time:
Scott Michael Foster ("Chasing Life") will appear as Kristoff and newcomer Elizabeth Lail will play Anna when season four returns to ABC Sundays at 8:00 PM this fall. Also turning up will be Georgina Haig ("Reckless") as Queen Elsa.
Renewed! BBC America has green-lighted its series for a third season, which will contain ten episodes. Look for new storylines to come in 2015.
Pretty Little Liars:
Read Soaps.com's Pretty Little Liars Spoilers to learn who is working extra hard to find answers to the current state in Rosewood in ABC Family's Tuesday July 15 episode titled "Run, Ali, Run."
On Friday July 18 at 9:00 PM the CW will air a repeat of its April 17 episode titled "No Exit."
Series premiere! The new CW series that surrounds how one man's past sperm donations end up coming back to haunt him premieres on Monday July 14 at 9:30 PM. Watch a preview, starring Adam Korson as Harry.
Sons Of Anarchy:
Courtney Love, widow of the late Kurt Cobain, will play the multi-episode role of a pre-school teacher named Ms. Harrison during season seven. Look for Love in episode four after the FX series returns for its final season in September.
In other news… Kristen Renton, who plays "SOA's" Ima and previously Morgan Hollingsworth on "Days Of Our Lives," recently took part in a popular podcast surrounding a hot topic. On the eve of New York becoming the 23rd state to legalize medicinal marijuana, Renton spoke with Dr. F.G. D'Ambrosio (aka Doctor 420) on "Elevate The Conversation With Doctor 420" to discuss everything from pop culture to headline news, as well as shared updates on her current projects. Listen in to Kristen Renton on Elevate The Conversation With Doctor 420 for that and more!
On Tuesday July 15 at 9:00 PM the CW will air a repeat of its January 28 episode titled "Sharp Teeth."
The CW will air a repeat of its April 9 episode on Wednesday July 16 at 9:00 PM titled "Murphy's Law."
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Taye Diggs ("Murder In The First," "Private Practice") has landed a multi-episode arc for the CBS series' upcoming season six. The actor will appear as Dean Levine-Wilkins, a meticulous and talented equity partner at Lockhart/Gardner, and will share scenes with Christine Baranski (Diane Lockhart), Julianna Margulies (Alicia) and Matt Czuchry (Cary) to name a few. "We couldn't be more excited to have Taye on the show," said Executive Producers/Showrunners Robert and Michelle King. "We've been huge fans for years and love his ability to play comedy and drama with equal ease." The new season premieres on Sunday September 21 at 9:00 PM.
Sean Hayes ("Sean Saves The World," "Will & Grace") has been cast as a series regular in the role of Kip Withers, Carol Miller's (Margo Martindale) best friend. "After years of being a fan and hearing from others how wonderful he is to work with, I couldn't be more excited about Sean Hayes joining 'The Millers'," said Greg Garcia, Series Creator and Executive Producer. "The thought of he and Margo Martindale as BFFs makes me smile every time I think about it. We're only just getting started and writing this season's stories has been a blast." Season two of the CBS series premieres on Thursday October 30 at 8:30 PM.
The CW will air a repeat of its November 26, 2013 episode titled "The River In Reverse" on Thursday July 17 at 9:00 PM.
The Vampire Diaries:
On Thursday July 17 at 8:00 PM the CW will air a repeat of its January 30 episode titled "The Devil Inside."
In HBO's Sunday July 20 9:00 PM episode titled "Lost Cause," Pam and Eric go to Dallas to attend a fundraiser. Sookie is the host of a mainstreaming party. Andy makes a huge decision. Jessica and James face the moment of truth, and Bill spirals down in remembrance of human days.
Under The Dome:
In CBS' Monday July 14 10:00 PM episode titled "Force Majeure," Big Jim takes a census to ensure the length of time Chester's Mill can survive under the dire conditions. Though a rainstorm is nicely welcomed, it turns to acid rain and threatens lives, and Lyle and Rebecca argue over the dome.
In CBS' Sunday July 20 10:00 PM episode titled "Cashing Out," Carrie is forced to admit her past illegal activities when she recognizes a murder suspect as a former poker component. Will she be allowed to go undercover to solve the case? Tune in!
Pregnancy news! Actress Poppy Montgomery, who plays Carrie Wells, shared with David Letterman that she's pregnant. During her appearance on "The Late Show" last night they discussed her news... "I'm expecting!" Montgomery told Letterman. "I'm far down the road of expecting." "How close?" Letterman asked. "Well, I'm six months pregnant," said Montgomery, "and I've been hiding it until this very moment. No, I've been filming my show, I've been doing all my stunts and running and leaping, but I haven't told anybody because I didn't want them to treat me differently, but I do. I want people to give me their seats. I want them to open doors." "I think that's right," Letterman said. "I want to be a proud, pregnant action star," Montgomery added. "You deserve everything that comes with motherhood, and God bless you, and this is number?" Letterman asked. "Three," Montgomery replied, referring to her two other children, Jackson, age 6, and Violet, 14 months. "Number three, oh my goodness," Letterman laughed. "…Do you have a team of high school kids who come in and help because this is crazy?" "It's crazy, and I'm doing the show," Montgomery said."We're still filming right now, so it's pretty wild. They're all going to be really surprised when they watch this show tonight. They're going to feel bad for making me hang off that roof like I was about to drop." "Don't do that, for God's sakes," Letterman said. "…Now I'm done. I also – I also don't think I can hide it much longer," Montgomery said.
Witches Of East End:
In Lifetime's Sunday July 13 9:00 PM episode titled "The Son Also Rises," Wendy remains suspicious of Fredrick's behavior, but Joanna couldn't be happier that he's back. Killian and Eva have a lot in common, and Dash has no choice but to deal with his blackmailer. Plus, get another look at what's to come this season through the video below:
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- Amy Mistretta