Despite what you may have heard, Angela Lansbury will not be solving any murders in Westeros.
Thrones returns next summer after a lengthy hiatus due to a winter-imposed production delay.
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* NBC’s Hairspray Live! has cast Ephraim Sykes (Hamilton) and Shahadi Wright Joseph (Broadway’s The Lion King) as Seaweed and his sister, Little Inze, per Essence.com.
* ABC has renewed Bachelor in Paradise for Season 4.
* Dodgers utilityman Enrique Hernandez will appear on The Bold and the Beautiful‘s Sept. 12 episode to help a character tasked with singing the national anthem, CBS Sports reports.
* The 68th Emmy Awards’ second batch of announced presenters includes Laverne Cox (Orange is the New Black), Tracee Ellis Ross (black-ish), America Ferrera (Superstore), Kit Harington (Game of Thrones), Matt LeBlanc (Man With a Plan), Joel McHale (The Great Indoors), Mandy Moore (This Is Us), Keri Russell (The Americans), Jeffrey Tambor (Transparent), Kerry Washington (Scandal), Damon Wayans (Lethal Weapon), Constance Wu (Fresh Off the Boat) and comic Chris Rock. The telecast airs Sept. 18 on ABC.
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* Katey Sagal (Sons of Anarchy) has joined the cast of CBS’ retooled comedy pilot Superior Donuts, starring Jermaine Fowler and Judd Hirsch, our sister site Deadline reports. The actress will play a practical street cop in the project about the owner of a donut shop (Hirsch), his new employee (Fowler) and their patrons.
* Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks lives again! BBC America has ordered a new animation of the classic six-part series, whose negatives were destroyed in 1974, using the program’s original audio recordings, surviving photographs and film clips. Watch a preview for the animated adventure (airing Nov. 12 on BBC America):
* WGN America has released new key art for Season 3 of Salem, premiering Nov. 2 at 9 pm.