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Coming up in Primetime Television.

There is a lot set to take place in Primetime television during the week of November 12, as well as a few scoops for before and after. This week’s Primetime Dish column highlights episode teasers, casting scoops, cancellations, a special “Harry Potter” marathon, and one actor who dropped out of a leading pilot role…

90210:
Carmen Electra (“Scary Movie” films) and singer Nelly Furtado guest star in the CW’s November 12 8:00 PM episode titled “Hate 2 Love.” Monday Episode Teasers: Adrianna confides in Annie about Dixon. Riley doesn’t think Colin is who he appears to be. Someone finds out Alex installed a GPD app on Naomi’s cell. Navid becomes suspicious of Silver and Liam, and Lindsey and Liam’s animosity gives way to passion.

Arrow:
In the CW’s Wednesday November 14 8:00 PM episode titled “Legacies” an off-duty police officer is seriously wounded during a bank robbery. Diggle gives Oliver a warning. Things get awkward between Tommy and Thea, and Moira confronts Oliver about his recent disappearances.

Beauty And The Beast:
In Thursday’s November 15 CW 9:00 PM episode titled “Worth” Catherine has an idea as to why Vincent stood her up and later finds herself torn between two men.

Bones:
Soaps.com sat in during a conference call with the FOX series’ Executive Producers Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan. When asked about plans for Angela, Hanson responded, “We have no plans to move Michaela [Conlin] off the show. Angela, this is her season to start to think that her life was meant to be bigger than just recreating crimes and living in a life of murder. She’s feeling antsy, but I’m very speedy to say we have no plans to diminish Michaela’s involvement in the show.”

If you’re wondering how they’re going to keep the tension between Booth and Brennan going, now that they’re back together and have a baby, Nathan stated, “I think what we’ve done this season, hopefully, is kind of give them stories that are overwhelming emotionally so we see how they react as a couple, so that we see how their relationship is tested. We’re doing that by keeping Pelant alive, by adding somebody to their household, which will happen soon, and also really putting themselves in situations that neither of them ever expected themselves to be in.”

Burn Notice:
Renewal! The USA Network has picked up its longest running original series for another season. Look for the second half of season six to return on Thursday November 8 at 9:00 PM – with season seven to follow in 2013.

Dallas:
Until season two, which premieres on January 28, 2013, read highlights from the original series’ seasons past in our Dallas News Room, especially since a few vets will be returning to Southfork.

Dragons: Gift Of The Night:
Holiday special! On Monday December 17 at 8:00 PM FOX will air the holiday special based on the DreamWorks Animation film franchise “How To Train Your Dragon.”

Emily Owens, M.D:
It’s all about asking for what you want in the CW’s November 13 9:00 PM episode titled “Emily And… The Predator.” Tuesday Episode Teasers: Emily and Micah discover their patient needs an immediate kidney transplant. However, the woman refuses to accept the kidney, and Cassandra doesn’t mind playing dirty in order to get what she wants. Watch a preview below.

Fairly Legal:
Cancellation. The USA Network has decided not to bring its series back for a third season. Though improvements were made to better the show during the first and season seasons the network didn’t feel they were enough to carry the series further.

Fringe:
The FOX series will air its fifth and final season on Friday January 18 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM, which will also mark its 100th episode. Of the show’s run Co-Creator and Executive Producer J.J. Abrams stated, “It has been an absolute honor to have been a part of the weird and wonderful world of ‘Fringe’. I will always owe the cast and crew for pouring their hearts and souls into every dimension of this series. Creating the show with Bob Orci and Alex Kurtzman was a joy, but watching it evolve over the years into such an imaginative, insane and heartbreaking ride is nothing less than a thrill. I am grateful to our blessed fans, and to Kevin Reilly and Peter Rice and everyone at the glorious Fox network for allowing ‘Fringe’ to reach its bittersweet conclusion.”

Glee:
As a reminder, Soaps.com covers the goings on at McKinley High. Tune in each Thursday and read our Glee Weekly Recaps, which are posted right after the show airs.