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Once Upon a Time just got a little more magical! ABC’s fairy tale drama just promoted Emilie de Ravin to a series regular, so get ready to see more Belle in the second season. The Lost vet is a welcome addition to an already really great cast that features Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Lana Parrilla, and Robert Carlyle. This is the second such promotion in recent weeks as the show upgraded Meghan Ory to a series regular. Ory portrays Ruby aka Little Red Riding Hood.

Burn Notice just got a little more awesome as John C. McGinley is joining the show for five episodes (maybe more?). You should remember McGinley from his scene stealing roles in Scrubs and Point Break. In Burn Notice he’ll be taking on the role of Tom Card, a CIA training offer who taught Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) everything he knows and was a mentor/father-figure of sorts. Michael turns to him to help get Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) out of prison. Tune in to Burn Notice tonight at 9p on USA to see how McGinley fits into the mix.

I guess Unforgettable might not be as forgettable as CBS thought it was as the network is in talks to revive the show, only weeks after not renewing it. The procedural starred Poppy Montgomery as a detective with an uncanny memory- they took the idea of a photographic memory to a cartoon like place by having her remember every piece of everything she ever sees tot he extent that she can even walk through the memories. It plays out more like a super power rather than a grounded detective show. The series co-stars Nip/Tuck‘s Dylan Walsh. We will have to wait and see if CBS ends up ordering more episodes and what impact it will have on the show’s budget and cast.

Nip Tuck's Final Season Starts Now

Tonight at 10pm on FX, the final season of Nip/Tuck begins.  Yeah, it has only been 3 weeks since the last season ended, but I think this is a good time for the series to go to bed. And I’m really happy that they have had the proper time to end it their way. As the new season opens, Christian and Sean are heading back to Miami to accept an award from their alma mater, and what better time would the show have to take us back to the way beginning and show us more of their college years.

Nip/Tuck used to be one of those shows that I had to watch.  Through season three I never missed an episode, than sadly the show began going to a very bad place. None of the characters were likable and I just couldn’t care for the stories anymore. I’m hoping that the final season surprises me. I hope that I can just jump in (like the final season of Monk) and enjoy the hell out of it. We’ll see.

Also on tonight?


  • ABC: The Middle (Comedies)
  • CBS: I Get That a Lot (Pranks)
  • NBC: Mercy (Medical Drama)


  • ABC: Modern Family/Cugar Town (Comedies)
  • A&E: Dog the Bounty Hunter (Reality)
  • CBS: People’s Choice Awards (Awards Show)
  • NBC: Law & Order: SVU (Crime Drama)
  • TBS: Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns (Comedy)
  • SYFY: Ghost Hunters International (Reality)


  • ABC: Ugly Betty (Dramedy)
  • A&E: Steven Seagal Lawman (Reality)
  • NBC: Jay Leno Show (Talk Sketch Comedy)
  • TBS: Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns (Comedy)

FX Shows, It's Always Sunny, Nip Tuck

One of the most innovative channels on television, the FX Network, has revealed their fall start dates for their comedies Sons of Anarchy and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and the twisted medical drama Nip/Tuck.

Anarchy, which stars Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, and complete badass Ron Perlman, will begin airing new episodes on September 8th (a Tuesday) at 10pm. The series focuses on the lives of a Northern Californian motorcycle club. This will be the comedy’s second season.

Sunny is easily one of my favorite shows on TV. It is consistently funny while crossing way over the line.  It returns to it’s Thursday  10pm time slot (although I prefer to Tivo it and watch it on Sundays with my coffee and breakfast). It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia was created by and stars the team of Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, and Charlie Day.  The series co-stars comedy legend Danny DeVito, and Kaitlin Olson. It focuses on a crude group of friends that own a bar in Philly.

The final season of Nip/Tuck will not start airing until October and will only consist of 10 episodes that will wrap up the lives of plastic surgeons Dr. Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) and Dr. Christian Troy (Julian McMahon). Sadly, I fell out of touch with the show in its forth season (the show is entering its sixth season). The storylines were outrageous from the beginning, but by the forth season, none of the characters were remotely likable. With no one left to root for, what is the point? I’m going to give the new season a chance and I really hope they they can recapture some of the energy and balance that the first two seasons had.

Are you excited for new episodes of any of FX’s fall lineup?