The True Blood stud will appear in the sixth season finale of the Fox procedural as “a flashy, arrogant man obsessed with bowling,” says TV Guide Magazine. Yep, bowling is the name of the game when Booth and Bones go undercover to solve the brutal murder of a league member, and Alejandro’s character is a suspect.
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• ABC Daytime boss Brian Frons may be in a bit of behind-the-scenes trouble after axing both All My Children and One Life to Live late last week, a source tells Page Six. A rep for ABC, though, tells the gossip column there has been no fallout over his serial sudser slashing, stating: “Frons is not leaving the network.”
• Glee‘s Chris Colfer has sold to the Disney Channel a pilot based on the children’s book, The Little Leftover Witch, says Deadline.
• Speaking of Colfer: Time Magazine has released its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and the Glee fave made the cut. Other TV types on the estimable list: Parks and Recreation‘s Amy Poehler; Gossip Girl‘s Blake Lively (?!), Mad Men creator Matt Weiner, and author George R.R. Martin, whose Game of Thrones begot an instantly renewed HBO series.
• Sarah Shahi fans, rejoice! While it’s not officially official, AdWeek is reporting that USA’s Fairly Legal has been picked up for a second season. Expect confirmation on Monday, May 2 at the cabler’s upfront presentation.
• NBC has renewed Late Night with Jimmy Fallon for a third season, EW.com reports.
• A&E has set a premiere date for the second season of The Glades: Sunday, June 5 at 10/9c.
• Things are burning up in Mystic Falls, and TVGuide.com has that picture to prove it. Take a look at this sneak peek from The Vampire Diaries‘ season finale and tell us what you think is really going on with Damon and Elena.
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