TVLine Items: Conviction Headed to Sundays, Mom Guest Stars and More

Conviction Spoilers

Beginning Jan. 1, ABC’s Conviction will move to Sundays at 10/9c for the remainder of its first (and only?) season, per The Futon Critic.

As reported earlier this month, the Alphabet network has opted not to order additional installments of the ratings-challenged drama beyond its initial 13-episode order.

Quantico will replace the Hayley Atwell-starring series on Mondays at 10 pm as of Jan. 23.

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

* Wendie Malick (Hot in Cleveland) and David James Elliott (JAG) are slated to guest-star in separate episodes of Mom, TV Insider reports. Malick will play Adam’s ex-wife, while Elliott will portray a sober restaurateur whom Bonnie finds herself drawn to.

* Chris Noth (The Good Wife) will star in the 12-episode procedural drama Gone, which has received a series order from NBCUniversal International Studios. Based on Chelsea Cain’s novel One Kick, the show follows the survivor of a famous child abduction case and the FBI agent (Noth) who rescued her and later recruits her to a special task force.

* Jamie Foxx is executive-producing a limited series about musical icon Marvin Gaye, per The Hollywood Reporter. The project is the first to be authorized by the late singer’s family.