'Dancing With the Stars' Ratings Hit Season High; Comedy Central Renews 'Key & Peele'
Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars hit a season high in terms of Monday night ratings. The finale performances show earned 16 million viewers and a 2.6 rating in the ad-coveted 18-49 demo. Though this has been the biggest night for this season thus far, it's still down 26 percent from last fall’s final performance episode. [EW]
Comedy Central's Key & Peele has been renewed for a third season. Another 13-episode cycle of the Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele series has been ordered and is set to premiere next fall. [Deadline]
Meanwhile, USA's Unnecessary Roughness will also be seeing a third season. The one-hour drama, which stars Golden Globe nominee Callie Thorne, is in the final stages of a 10-episode renewal, which is down from 12 for Season 1 and 16 from Season 2. [Deadline]
Once Upon a Time actor David Anders has been cast on Arrow, appearing in The CW superhero series' 13th episode. Anders will play Cyrus Vanch, a man fresh off a prison sentence looking to become the leader of Starling City's unsavory characters. [TV Line]
Disney's newest princess is getting her own regular series. Hot on the heels of top-rated Sofia the First TV movie, Disney Channel has announced the date for the property's series premiere. The show, which centers around a girl as she adjusts to life as an overnight princess, will debut Jan. 11, 2013. [TV Guide]
Get ready for more Kim Zolciak. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star has been granted a second season of her spin-off series. Following Don't Be Tardy to the Wedding, which centered around her journey down the aisle with Kroy Biermann, the second season will focus on Zolciak's growing family and her search for her dream home. Don't Be Tardy... is the current working title.
In addition, Bravo has also order two addition new reality series focusing on life in Atlanta. Married to Medicine will center around a group of educated and successful women in the world of medicine as they try to juggle work and family time, while Taking Atlanta tracks the city’s next-generation movers and shakers as they make their mark in the fashion, music, hospitality and real estate scene. [Bravo]