VH1's 'Single Ladies' Renewed for Season 3; Kristen Bell Still Up for 'Veronica Mars' Movie
Listen up Veronica Mars fans! Kristen Bell, who played the titular character still wants to bring our favorite private investigator to the theaters. In an interview for her new movie, Hit and Run, she said “Oh, yeah. I would love to. Everyone involved wants to do it, but Warner Bros. is a real stinker. It's a real monster of a legal system there.” We think Veronica may need to get on the case and get a kickstarter going? The actress also said she wouldn’t be opposed to popping up in Gossip Girl’s last season. Bell has provided the voice of gossip girl since the show’s premiere. [Vulture]
Which cable show was renewed for a third season?
VH1’s Single Ladies is coming back for another season. The end of this season will feature major love decisions for Keisha (LisaRaye McCoy) and Raquel (Denise Vasi) in choosing the right man for themselves. Divorcee April (Charity Shea) also thinks she has found Mr. Right but will be thrown for a loop when his family drops a major bomb. The Season 2 finale of Single Ladies airs Monday, August 27 at 9pm with season 3 set for 2013. [VH1]
HBO’s Treme has a Season 3 premiere date -- Sept. 23 at 10 PM. The New Orleans set drama centers on the resurrection of the city after the devastation of Katrina. On the upcoming season, we’ll see a fight against the corrupt police department as well as the challenge to keep the culture of the city intact. [HBO]
Though no official comment has been made, it’s being reported that Bravo’s Work of Art is not coming back for a second season. The art-themed competition reality show in which artists were competing for a solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum was from Sarah Jessica Parker’s production company, Pretty Matches. [LA Times]
The First Lady is coming back to the Late Show With David Letterman. For her third visit on the show, Michelle Obama will discuss her back-to-school program featuring tips for preparing kids for the return and making healthy changes to school lunch programs. Obama will hit the late night talker next Wednesday. [TVGuide.com]