TVLine Items: Heather Morris Returns for Glee's 100th, Southland Vet Cops Beast-ly Gig and More!
Executive producer Ryan Murphy took to Twitter Wednesday to announce that “ALL The Glee Originals” received invites to return for the Fox dramedy’s upcoming landmark installment, and Heather Morris — who exited the series in Season 4 — is among those who has RSVP’d yes.
OG New Directions members Mark Salling, Amber Riley and Harry Shum are also on board for the hour, Murphy revealed — and so is one pint-sized, Emmy-winning powerhouse.
“Kristin Chenoweth is IN for Glee‘s 100th!,” he shared excitedly. “Love her!”
Glee‘s major milestone airs March 18 at 8/7c.
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• Southland alum Tom Everett Scott has landed a recurring role in Beauty and the Beast‘s second season, EW.com reports, playing a “charming” but “manic” archaeologist who has been in isolation for years. The actor is slated to make his debut on the CW drama in Episode 12.
• Alan Ruck (Spin City) and Byron Mann (Arrow) will co-star opposite Pretty Little Liars‘ Shane Coffey in USA’s drama pilot The Novice, per our sister site Deadline. From Hell On Wheels creators Joe and Tony Gayton, the project follows a highly intelligent recent college graduate (Coffey) who, after moving back home, lands a position with a Korean crime organization.
• E! has given a series order to Botched, a new docu-series in which reality-TV staples Drs. Terry Dubrow (Real Housewives of Orange County) and Paul Nassif (Real Housewives of Beverly Hills) attempt to fix extreme plastic surgeries gone wrong.
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