TV News – 2/04/2010

I’m late, I’m late, for a very important date! Sorry πŸ™‚ I admit I was at the beach today with my family and simply enjoyed myself too much outdoors to take a moment to plug into the net earlier, but I’m here now. So let’s talk about TV news.

Brit Morgan (The Middleman), has been cast as the crazy ex-girlfriend of Alcide (Joe Manganiello),Debbie Pelt, on True Blood. This is a fairly big role for season 3 of the HBO vampire hit, and I although I’m looking forward to the Alcide storyline I’m just hoping that the Debbie story doesn’t make it too hard for our favorites like Eric and Sookie to get screen time. Either way I’m looking forward to season 3 because like most I can’t wait to see what the hell that show will do next! πŸ˜€ Source
More after the jump.

Ausiello is spoiling us again this week with some insight into some of favorites like Glee, Brothers & Sisters and NCIS. As always do not click the link if you don’t want to be spoiled, everyone else away we GO!

Emily Rose (Brothers & Sisters) has been cast as the lead in the new Syfy series, Haven. Rose’s role will be “an FBI agent investigating a murder in a small town in Maine and soon discovers that the place is home to people with supernatural abilities.” It’s said that the show is going to be sort of based on the Stephen King book The Colorado Kid. I’m thinking this show might be one worth watching and I’ll keep you posted on premiere dates and other information. Source

Monk creator, Andy Breckman, is working on a TBS pilot titled, Uncle Nigel. The pilot focus on a Philadelphia homicide detective who is teamed up with his young, green nephew. The lead detective role has just been filled with Gary Cole (Entourage), meaning that show will go on as it was previously dependent on whether they got the casting done or not. I’m hoping that Breckman can create a show as great and enjoyable as Monk, but regardless I’ll tune in for a few episodes just to check it out. Source

That’s all for now, but I’ll be back tomorrow and I promise to make it earlier! If you haven’t watched already depending on your time zone, be sure to check out new episodes of Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice starting at 9 pm on ABC.

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