One of Juliette Barnes’ former leading men is returning for an encore.
Specific details about Hough’s comeback are being kept under wraps; considering Noah was M.I.A. for the biopic’s big premiere, we’re curious to see what will bring him back into the fold.
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* Rick Eid, who worked as a co-executive producer on Law & Order and a supervising producer on Law & Order: Trial By Jury, has been tapped to succeed Warren Leight as the new showrunner of Law & Order: SVU for its upcoming 18th season, per The Hollywood Reporter.
* American Idol Season 6 winner Jordin Sparks has been cast in Kevin Williamson’s ABC pilot Time After Time, our sister site Deadline reports. Based on the 1979 Karl Alexander novel, the series follows a young H.G. Wells (played by UnREAL‘s Freddie Stroma) in New York City. Sparks will play Jesse Givens, a fashion designer and roommate of Wells’ love interest.
* WGN America has renewed Outsiders for a second season.