‘Hart of Dixie’s’ George Gets a New Love Interest; ‘Once Upon a Time’ Nabs ‘Lost’s’ Jorge Garcia
Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) is going to have some competition for George’s (Scott Porter) heart in the second season of The CW’s Hart of Dixie. Kelen Coleman (The Newsroom, The Office) has been cast as a love interest for the newly single gentleman. Coleman was also recently cast as the lead in TV Land’s comedy pilot Brothers-in-Law. [TVLine]
Which pair will have their very own special episode in the upcoming season of Grey’s Anatomy?
Besties Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) and Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) are getting their very own episode of Grey’s Anatomy. Creator Shonda Rhimes says the episode will be something completely different than anything they’ve done before on the show saying, “I don’t think we’ve ever told a story the way we’re telling a story in this episode.” [TVLine]
The Roloffs are going down under. The cast of TLC’s Little People, Big World are going on vacation to Australia. The family will have an emotional journey as Zach brings his girlfriend on the trip and Jeremy sees how things have changed since he went away to college. Little People, Big World: Down Under will airs on Sept. 3 at 8 PM. [TLC]
Showtime is starting Season 2 of Homeland off with a bang with a premiere party held on the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York City on Sept. 7. The museum is home to historic space shuttle Enterprise. You can be a part of it via livestream at 6:30 PM ET/3:30 PM ET through Now Live on the Homeland Facebook Page. Homeland premieres on Sunday Sept. 30 at 10 PM on Showtime. [Showtime]
Parks and Recreation showrunner Mike Schur is reprising his role on The Office. Once again, he’ll be playing a kooky relative of Dwight (Rainn Wilson) in the planted spinoff episode, “The Farm.” This episode of The Office will be all about Dwight, will serve as a possible pilot and feature his many relatives. [TVLine]
Thursday Morning, the entire Good Morning America family donned bright wristbands in support of their co-anchor Robin Roberts and her diagnosis of MDS. The wristbands — which are engraved with her initials and the words, “life, love, power, presence” — can be purchased at ShopBeTheMatch.org.
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is taking over television. The TLC series is on a role as for the second week in a row it was the No.1 ad-supported cable show. Honey Boo Boo was also the No. 1 show for women 18-34 amongst all other networks, both broadcast and cable. The dramatic “forklift foot” reveal gave the series its highest ratings yet.