The Olympic gymnast will guest star as a friend of McKaley Miller's Rose in an upcoming episode of the CW Network series.
The actor will play double duty as Johnny Crowder in 10 episodes of Justified, while recurring as Sgt. Strausser on NBC's Revolution.
Joel and Ethan Coen will executive produce, with Noah Hawley providing the pilot script for this series loosely based on the 1996 classic.
Ted co-writers Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild will executive produce this upcoming sitcom about two grown men living with their fathers.
Alfonso Cuaron will co-write and direct this pilot about a young girl with great powers, and the former prisoner sworn to protect her.
Esai Morales, Sherilyn Fenn, and Jamie Harris will also guest star in new episodes of this Starz program, debuting in 2013.
The Reno 911! creator will work from a Peter Tolan screenplay on Paramount's adaptation of the long-running syndicated series.
Kevin Smith and his Secret Stash employees return with a 16-episode season of this AMC reality series.
The filmmaker is teaming up with Southland writer Sara Gran on this series about a 1950s housewife obsessed with solving heinous crimes.
The series will center a young woman who takes the law into her own hands to fight crime and corruption in her city.
Weeds creator Jenji Kohan is behind this new Netflix series about a woman sent to prison because of her relationship with a drug runner.
Carla Gugino will play Schmidt's boss, while Jamie Lee Curtis and Rob Reiner are portraying Jess' parents in the Fox comedy's new season.
Vera Farmiga is playing the maniacal mother Norma Louise Bates in A&E's 10-episode series from Lost producer Carlton Cuse.
The upcoming book series by Jon S. Baird will first be adapted as an animated TV series and then as a live-action movie franchise.
Production is currently under way on the new season, debuting exclusively on Netflix in early 2013.
The British actor will portray Captain Flint in the new Starz original series, produced by Michael Bay.
The Breaking Bad star will play the father of Adam Scott's Ben Wyatt, with Glenne Headly portraying Ben's mother.
Showrunner Ryan Murphy shared the news with all of his followers on Twitter earlier today.
The former Beverly Hills, 90210 stars are currently pitching an untitled multi-camera comedy to networks.
Steve Long created and stars in this sitcom about a New York attorney who moves back home to Pennsylvania and buys his parents' bar.