TVLine Items: Chuck Woos Bo Derek, Body of Proof Hosts China Beach Reunion and More!
Perfect 10 beauty Bo Derek will guest star as herself on the NBC series, per The Hollywood Reporter.
The onetime pin-up’s arrival in Episode 10 will lead to the reveal of “stunning secrets” and a forbidden romance with one of the characters.
Derek joins an impressive roster of guest stars for Chuck‘s farewell run, which includes Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix), Mark Hamill (Star Wars), Tim DeKay (White Collar), Cheryl Ladd (Charlie’s Angels), Rebecca Romijn (X-Men), Justin Hartley (Smallville) and Jeff Fahey (Lost).
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• Dana Delany will reunite with her former China Beach costar Robert Picardo in a Season 2 episode of Body of Proof, TVLine has confirmed. The actress tweeted a picture of herself and Picardo, who will play an Italian-American restaurant owner, on the set with the message, “Me and Bob Picardo, together again! So happy.”
• Hiroyuki Sanada, who played Lost‘s temple master Dogen, has landed a recurring role on ABC’s Revenge as a business man with ties to Emily, per EW.com.
• Sarah Silverman and Jeff Goldblum will guest-star on the Thanksgiving episode of FX’s The League, EW.com reports.
• HBO’s True Blood is casting a new series regular role: Nora, who is described as “a beautiful and intelligent … double agent within the Vampire Authority.” She also shares an interesting history with Eric, reports EW.com.
• Syfy has ordered six episodes of School Spirits, a new unscripted series about haunted schools from executive producers Mark Burnett (Survivor) and Seth Jarrett (Celebrity Ghost Stories).
• Cee Lo Green has joined Kanye West and Maroon 5 as part of the musical line-up for this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, airing Nov. 29 on CBS.
• Fox is in talks with Sony Pictures Television to turn the big-screen horror comedy Zombieland into a half-hour show, according to Vulture.
• Today news anchor Natalie Morales has joined NBC’s new primetime newsmagazine Rock Center With Brian Williams, per Deadline.
• MTV has renewed Rob Dyrdek’s viral video show Ridiculousness for a second season.
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