TVLine Items: Desperate Housewife Bedded By AMC Vet, 'Support Community' PSA and More!
All My Children alum Cameron Mathison has landed a guest spot on the final season of Desperate Housewives, playing Bree’s next lover.
“[Marcia Cross and I] have a couple of fun scenes,” he tells ABC Soaps In Depth. “I really loved working with her.”
Mathison’s episode is slated to air in late January.
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• The Save Community movement just kicked things into high gear, thanks to a little help from the folks at College Humor. Take a peek at the below “PSA,” which features the entire cast (hilariously) pleading with people to give
their show Greendale a chance. (You see, due to “a teensy little attendance problem,” the college is going to have to close its doors “for a few months” — but they’ll be back!) And always remember… Pop, pop!
• “It looks like a beast-fest.” So says TVLine’s own Michael Slezak of ABC’s latest promo for the new season of The Bachelor. See for yourselves by checking out said preview at EW.com. (Warning: There is actual nudity in the clip!)
• The Secret Circle‘s Chris Zylka has been promoted to series regular, EW.com reports. The actor joined the CW series in October as witch-hunter Jake.
• J.J. Abrams and One Tree Hill showrunner Mark Schwahn have teamed up on a drama project for The CW, Deadline reports. The potential series will revolve around the lives of staff members and guests at a Maine inn.
• Funny lady Kathy Griffin has landed a guest spot on NBC’s Whitney, TV Guide Magazine reports. The My Life on the D List star will play a co-worker of Whit’s pal Roxanne.
• Lifetime has given the green light to Sworn to Silence, a two-hour movie/backdoor pilot starring and co-executive produced by Neve Campbell (Scream). Per Deadline, the potential series (based on the novel by the same name) centers on a former Amish woman (Campbell) who returns to her farming community as its Chief of Police.
• Robin Givens (Head of the Class) will play a longtime rival of Cheryl Hines’ Dallas on a March episode of ABC’s Suburgatory, EW.com reports.
• The first of three Ab Fab specials, The Absolutely Fabulous 20th Anniversary Special, is set to premiere Sunday, Jan. 8 at 10/9c on Logo and BBC America, per TVGuide.com.
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