TV is kicking off the year with a bang through big casting headlines involving Liza Minnelli, Kim Kardashian and Megan Mullaly. Read on to find out more.
Move over Betty White, there's a new "living legend" on Hot in Cleveland!
Oscar winner Liza Minnelli, who made such a splash as Lucille 2 on Arrested Development
and recently as Lily Wells on Drop Dead Diva
, will once again return to the small screen. According to TV Line
, she will guest star as the agent of Victoria Chase (Wendie Malick) in at least one episode of TV Land's comedy series.
Kim Kardashian to appear on Last Man Standing:
The newly single reality TV star has booked an episode of the Tim Allen comedy series. TV Line
reports that Kardashian, who will be appearing as herself, will bump into Mandy, the reality-obsessed daughter of Allen's Mike.
Erica Durance is Wonder Woman!?
actress who played Lois Lane for 10 years will suit up as the superheroine when she plays a somewhat mentally challenged woman who thinks she truly is Wonder Woman in the January 11 episode of Harry's Law.
"What ends up happening is that my character, Annie Billson, has gone one step too far, or some would say many steps too far, and taken this psychosis, this vigilantism a little far in the opinion of society and she's hurt one too many people, and so she's actually been charged with a crime. She goes to see Adam [Nate Corddry], whom she has a history with and has gone to high school with. He knows her, so she seeks his representation," Durance tells TV Guide
Comings and Goings on Breaking In:
Fox's Breaking In
returns for its second season on March 6 but don't expect everyone to be back. Michael Rosenbaum, who played Dutch in season 1, isn't expected to return due to preexisting commitments while House
actress Odette Annable, who plays Melanie won't be back as series regular. She will, however, still appear in a few installments. Rest assured, Christian Slater, Bret Harrison and Alphonso McAuley will reprise their roles as Oz, Cameron and Cash respectively. Additionally, TV Line
reports that Will & Grace
actress Megan Mullally has been cast as Oz's boss for the new season.
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