TVLine Items: The Sons Storm Conan, Devious Maid Visits Virgin and More

Sons of Anarchy Reunion Conan

The Sons of Anarchy are making a pit stop on their final ride.

Series creator Kurt Sutter and the show’s cast — including Charlie Hunnam, Tommy Flanagan, Jimmy Smits, Drea de Matteo andMark Boone Junior — will visit Conan on Nov. 11.

The reunion marks the FX ensemble’s first-ever joint late-night appearance.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Hulu has given a 10-episode straight-to-series order to Casual, a half-hour comedy produced by Jason Reitman (Up in the Air, Juno), who will also direct the pilot. It follows a bachelor brother and his newly divorced sister as they coach each other through the crazy world of dating and raising a teenager.

* HBO will air Hello Ladies: The Movie on Saturday, Nov. 22 at 10/9c, to wrap up the Stephen Merchant series.

* Judy Reyes (Devious Maids) will guest-star on Jane the Virgin as the headwriter of Rogelio’s telenovela, The Passions of Santos, ET Online reports.

* A new trailer for Syfy’s 12 Monkeys (premiering Friday, Jan. 16) offers up more of the growing bond between Aaron Stanford’s time traveler and Amanda Schull’s scientist, as well as their fight against Zeljko Ivanek’s baddie.


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  1. M3rc Nate says:

    I like talk shows evolving to being more fun, and one of the best ways is to get the entire cast of a movie/show on. I love it when Graham Norton has a chunk of the cast of a movie/show on his couch (Doctor Who, Superman, etc). Kimmel has done it with a few shows/movies, like Guardians of the Galaxy.

    It saddens me to watch shows like Graham Norton and Rove LA and see such amazing, hilarious, off the cuff interaction from celebs all sitting together on a couch the entire show, then watch American Talk shows and 99% of the time the first guest doesnt even stay out when the second guest comes on. Its one on one and blatantly planned (except Craig but hes leaving).

    Its a real shame one of the new shows like Conan or Kimmel or Seth Meyers didnt adopt that way of interviewing celebs. The 30 minutes+ of all the celebs on a couch together…its the best, go look up Rove LA episodes on Youtube and you will have a laugh riot and never look at American 1-on-1 interviews the same.

    • AnnieM says:

      I totally agree with you. Are you old enough to remember Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show? Everyone staying for the whole show was the standard, with few exceptions. I’m not sure who began the one guest at a time trend – it might have been Letterman back in ’82 with Late Night.

  2. Bwhit says:

    May be a pipe dream but I would like to see Maggie Siff, Ryan Hurst and Ron Perlman on the panel too. I know they were not in season 7 but they were huge part of SOA and if it’s the first time they have all been on a show together it would be so awesome for fans to include them!

  3. Joey Padron says:

    Trailer for 12 Monkeys looks good and have a good cast on the show.