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Coming up in Primetime Television.

There is a lot going on in Primetime television during the week of January 14, as well as a few scoops for the weeks to come. This week’s Primetime Dish column highlights episode teasers, big casting scoops, new winter return episodes, an interview with a “New Girl” actor, and a few video previews of who and what’s to come…

Anger Management:
Fans of the FX series will be happy to know for the next two years you’ll be able to view forty-five new episodes per year, starting on Thursday January 17 at 9:00 PM.

Arrested Development:
The former FOX series will premiere fourteen new episodes on Netflix sometime in May. Stay tuned for an exact date and the cast lineup.

Arrow:
On January 16 at 8:00 PM the CW will return with a new episode titled “Burned.” Wednesday Episode Teasers: After being beaten by the Dark Archer, Oliver’s confidence is shaken, leading him to take a break from being Arrow. Laurel calls Arrow for help and his hesitance almost costs him his life. Tommy throws a benefit, and Thea tries to bring Moira back from the depths of depression.

Bates Motel:
The new A&E series will premiere on Monday March 18 at 10:00 PM. Tune in for what’s described as a contemporary prequel to the popular film “Psycho.”

Beauty And The Beast:
On Friday January 18 at 9:00 PM the CW will air a repeat of its December 13, 2012 episode titled “Bridesmaid Up.”

Blue Bloods:
Sources say Jennifer Esposito, who left back in October on a medical leave of absence, will not be returning to the CBS series as Jackie Curatola. At this time there’s no word on a recast. The drama airs Fridays at 10:00 PM.

Bones:
Renewed! FOX made a lot of fans happy on Tuesday when they announced at the Television Critics Association Press Tour that they’d be renewing their series for a ninth season. Tune in for the two-hour winter premiere on Monday January 14 at 8:00 PM.

Castle:
Dylan Walsh (“Unforgettable”) will appear during February Sweeps as Agent Harris, in what’s described as a pivotal role. The series airs Mondays on ABC at 10:00 PM.

Cold Justice:
TNT has green-lighted the new drama with plans to integrate it into their 2013 late summer line-up. The series centers around two first-class female investigators who analyze cold cases.

Cougar Town:
In Tuesday’s January 15 TBS 10:00 PM episode titled “I Need To Know” Jules becomes crazed when Travis, who was released from mandatory family night, stays away too long. Ellie realizes that by training Andy like a dog she can get him to do anything she wants, and the guys want to be cool like Tom Selleck by growing mustaches.

Dallas:
After the series premieres on January 28 Soaps.com will again be writing recaps from each Sunday episode. Until then read highlights from the first season in our Dallas Year In Review.

Dexter:
In the upcoming eighth, and what’s said to be the final season, the Showtime series is casting for the recurring roles of a neuropsychiatrist named Dr. Evelyn Vogel and an ex-cop named Jacob Elroy. No premiere date for 2013 has been released as of yet.

Do No Harm:
James Cromwell (“American Horror Story”) has been cast in a multi-episode arc as a mentor in NBC’s new series, which premieres on Thursday January 31 at 10:00 PM.

Enlightened:
In Sunday’s January 20 HBO 9:30 PM episode titled “Revenge Play” Jeff admits to Amy and Tyler that he’s already been working on a story about Abaddonn. Amy gets lost in her fantasies. Tyler scrambles to keep investigators off him and Amy’s trail. Dougie plans to find those responsible for foul play, and Krista experiences a pregnancy complication.

Family Tree:
HBO will be bringing viewers a new series on BBC Two this spring starring Chris O’Dowd (“Girls”) as Tom Chadwick, who recently lost his job, his girlfriend and isn’t quite sure of his own identity anymore. Of the series Co-Creator Christopher Guest explained why he cast O’Dowd. “I was looking for an actor who was funny, smart and appealing. The audience must be able to relate to him. That’s Chris.”

Girls:
In HBO’s Sunday January 20 9:00 PM episode titled “I Get Ideas” Hannah gets unwanted attention from Adam and hurtful opinions from Sandy. Elijah mulls over his sexuality. Marnie’s dreams are crushed, which lead to a career compromise. Jessa celebrates married life, and two people harbor a secret.

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 after the show airs. New episodes return Thursday January 24 at 9:00 PM on FOX.

Grey’s Anatomy:
Read our Grey’s Anatomy Weekly Recap Thursdays after the show airs. All new episodes return Thursday January 10 at 9:00 PM on ABC.

Hawaii Five-0:
Terry O’Quinn (“Lost”), who played Gavin Doran on ABC’s recently canceled “666 Park Avenue,” returns to the CBS series sometime this season as Joe White. Until then tune in Mondays at 10:00 PM.

How I Met Your Mother:
There are numerous Canadian actors set to guest star on the NBC series, which airs Mondays at 8:00 PM. Find out who through the video below.

Modern Family:
Wendi McLendon-Covey (“Rules Of Engagement”) will return to the ABC series as Pam sometime this season. The series airs Wednesdays at 9:00 PM.

Necessary Roughness:
The USA Network plans to bring fans of the series ten new episodes – for its third season! Until then look for season two to recommence at 10:00 PM on Wednesday January 23.

New Girl:
Soaps.com sat in on a conference call with Max Greenfield, who plays Schmidt. When asked how long it takes for the actor to put on the fat suit he was required to wear Greenfield stated, “It’s about two hours in total. But the makeup artists that do it—this guy, Matthew Mungle, and then sometimes Clinton, his partner, they’re just the best. And it’s kind of nice. I just enjoy kind of hanging out with them. It’s like going to dinner or having coffee with a friend every couple weeks. Like, Mungle … up, and I’ll be like, ‘Hey, Matthew. How’ve you been, man?’ And they’re always working on some cool movie. Like they just did this Lee Daniels movie—I think in Atlanta. I’m always, ‘So tell me about it. How’s Forrest Whitaker?’ It’s just fun.” Tune in to FOX Tuesdays at 9:00 PM.