Tahmoh Penikett and Misha Collins
Phew! It looks like Castiel will somehow make it out of Supernatural's angel war (relatively) unscathed because Misha Collins will return next year as a series regular, TVGuide.com has learned.
Bravo has added three new dramas to their development slate, including an adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' Rules of Attraction, the network announced Friday.
Based on the book and film of the same name, Rules of Attraction follows the students and faculty at Camden College where children of the 1 percent-ers live as unhinged and wild adults. The high-concept murder mystery will jump through 12 different points of view. Roger Avary, who wrote and directed the film adaptation, will write the drama with Greg Shapiro serving as executive producer.
Jay Ryan, Kristin Kreuk
The CW has picked up four new series for next season, including Rob Thomas'iZombie and the Arrow spin-off The Flash, TVGuide.com has learned. The network also ordered Jane the Virgin and The Messengers.
Terry Crews is the new host of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, ABC announced Wednesday. The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star will begin his hosting tenure in the fall for the syndicated show's 13th season.
"I'm beyond thrilled to be joining Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and the Disney-ABC family," Crews said in a statement. "
Kristin Cavallari, Jay Cutler
Kristin Cavallari and her husband Jay Cutler welcomed their second child on Wednesday.
The reality star shared the good news on Instagram, where she announced her new son's name:
The Olympic Rings
NBC Universal has secured a new deal valued at $7.65 billion to keep the broadcast rights to the Olympic Games through 2032. The agreement, which covers rights for TV, internet and mobile, also includes an additional $100 million signing bonus to be used for promotion.
"This agreement is excellent news for the entire Olympic Movement as it helps to ensure its financial security in the long term, in particular future host cities of the Olympic Games, the athletes of the 204 National Olympic Committees and the International Sports Federations," said International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach, who led the negotiations.