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Coming up in Primetime Television.

There is a lot going on in Primetime television during the week of January 28, as well as a few scoops for the weeks to come. This week’s Primetime Dish column highlights episode teasers, big casting scoops, a few much anticipated Lifetime premiere dates, whether or not a “Fringe” actor took a memento from the set, and an accident that landed an actress and a stuntman in the hospital…

90210:
In the CW’s Monday January 28 9:00 PM episode titled “We’re Not Not In Kansas Anymore” Annie has a clear vision of what her life would have been like had she not left Kansas, including being engaged to her high school sweetheart. She envisions Dixon as a successful hip hop artist, who no longer talks to his family. Adrianna appears as a washed-up Hollywood actress and bad girl. Naomi is now a real estate agent, and Teddy keeps his true sexual orientation a secret. In casting news… Robin Givens (“Suburgatory”) will appear in a guest role as Cheryl, the mother of new characters Elizabeth (Keke Palmer, “Winx Club”) and Jordan (Robbie Jones, “Hellcats”).

American Horror Story:
“Asylum” alums Evan Peters (Kit Walker/Tate Langdon) and Sarah Paulson (Lana Winters/Billie Dean Howard) have signed on for season three of the FX series. Look for thirteen episodes to premiere in the fall.

Army Wives:
Lifetime’s hit series will return with season seven on Sunday March 10 at 9:00 PM.

Arrow:
In the CW’s Wednesday January 30 8:00 PM episode titled “Vertigo” Thea is caught using a drug called Vertigo and finds herself in trouble with the law. Oliver goes in search of the Vertigo dealer and turns to his old flame, who happens to be a Vice cop, for help. While Laurel defends Thea, Felicity gives Oliver disturbing news.

Banshee:
In Cinemax’s Friday February 1 10:00 PM episode titled “Half Deaf Is Better Than All Dead” as Lucas, Carrie and Job renew their partnership, a botched museum heist has unintended consequences. Proctor is arrested for Hanson’s murder, and Kendall is roughed up.

Beauty And The Beast:
In the CW’s Thursday January 31 9:00 PM episode titled “On Thin Ice” Vincent struggles with his new feelings for Cat and his old memories with Alex. J.T. must figure out how to stop Evan, who is planning to propose a task force to catch the beast. Tess investigates a mysterious death surrounding a billionaire adventurer’s wife, and Cat continues to recover from her gunshot wound.

Body Of Proof:
Though the ABC series was set to return with season three on February 5, due to President Obama’s State Of The Union address on February 12, it will now premiere at 10:00 PM on February 19.

Castle:
Last Friday, January 18, an accident on the set of the ABC series sent two to a local hospital. Guest star Karen David (“Touch”) was treated and released after she and a stuntman, who suffered a head injury, fell from a moving van. In casting news… James Brolin (“Blackout”) will appear during February Sweeps as Richard Castle’s (Nathan Fillion) father on February 18 and 25.

Cougar Town:
Ali Wentworth (“Head Case”) guest stars in TBS’ January 29 10:00 PM episode titled “I Should Have Known.” Tuesday Episode Teasers: The girls decide to investigate Tom’s new girlfriend (Wentworth). Bobby tries to improve Ellie’s table manners by going on a fake date with him, and Andy and Grayson rebel after getting fed up with the girls’ rules.

Dallas:
Battle lines are drawn when the series premieres on Monday January 28, and Soaps.com will again be writing recaps from each episode. Until then find out what’s set to happen this season in our Dallas Spoilers.

Emily Owens, M.D.:
Someone takes charge in the CW’s January 29 9:00 PM episode titled “Emily And… The Perfect Storm.” Tuesday Episode Teasers: During a winter storm, the hospital is flooded with bus crash victims, and Emily has to decide who gets treatment first. A Marine suddenly collapses and has to undergo an emergency skull procedure. Tyra and her father perform an emergency c-section together. Cassandra questions Will’s feelings for Emily, and Micah makes a brave decision in regards to his personal life. Watch a preview below.

Enlightened:
In HBO’s Saturday February 2 10:35 PM episode titled “Follow Me” Amy, wanting to use social media to spread her message of change, attends a gathering of liberal intellectuals, and Dougie has second thoughts about reporting who hacked into Abaddonn’s system to HR.

Franklin & Bash:
Heather Locklear (“Hot In Cleveland,” “Melrose Place”) will appear as a new partner in the law firm named Rachel King. Look for her to stick around during TNT’s upcoming season three as a regular player.

Fringe:
Interview! Soaps.com sat in on a conference call with Josh Jackson (“Dawson’s Creek”) who played Peter Bishop on the FOX series, which ended its run on January 18. When asked if he took anything from the set to remember the series Bishop stated, “People ask me that all the time and I don’t know; maybe I’m just not very imaginative, but it didn’t even cross my mind while I was there. So the answer sadly is no.”

Girls:
Renewed! HBO has renewed its hit series for another season. Until then… In Saturday’s February 2 10:05 PM episode titled “It’s A Shame About Ray” Hannah’s friends’ behavior doesn’t mesh with her celebratory dinner party. Marnie and Audrey get into it. Shoshanna realizes things have gone to the next level with Ray, and Jessa meets Thomas-John’s parents.

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. Read our Glee Spoilers: Naked for a look into Thursday’s January 31 episode.

Grey’s Anatomy:
Read our Grey’s Anatomy Weekly Recap Thursdays after the show airs. Spoilers and videos can also be found in our Grey’s Anatomy News.

Happy Endings:
Writer Andy Richter (“Hot In Cleveland”) will appear as Penny’s (Casey Wilson) father in the spring. The series airs Tuesdays at 9:00 PM on ABC.