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Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony to reunite for 'Q'Viva' gig performance

Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony to reunite for 'Q'Viva' gig performance

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have announced that they will perform together for the first time since their separation.

The former couple are to share the stage at Las Vegas's Mandalay Bay Events Centre on May 26 for the Q'Viva! The Chosen live concert, which features talent from their reality series of the same name.

Anthony has told The AP that he looks at the concert duet as a chance to show there's no bad blood between himself and Lopez.

"I know it's shocking to people [that we work together] and I hear that a lot. It's more shocking to me that it's shocking to people," he joked.

The stars conceived of the reality series Q'Viva! The Chosen while still married, but carried on hosting the series even after Lopez filed for divorce last July.

Q'Viva! The Chosen has not proved to be a ratings hit for Fox in the US, having been recently bumped to a late-night timeslot by the network.

The series sees Lopez and Anthony scaling the globe to find the top Latin talent to headline their upcoming Las Vegas concert.

NBC fires 'Today' producer over Trayvon Martin 911 call edit

NBC fires 'Today' producer over Trayvon Martin 911 call edit

NBC has reportedly fired a Today show producer for controversially editing a 911 call made by George Zimmerman.

The edited portion of Zimmerman's 911 call made it sound as if he was racially profiling 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, whom he later shot and killed after a confrontation.

The producer is said to be Miami-based, but NBC has not disclosed their name or details, reports the New York Times.

Neighbourhood watch member Zimmerman killed Martin in what he described as self-defence, meaning he has not been arrested for the incident, which has since sparked huge debate and controversy in the US.

The edited clip went largely unnoticed until it was highlighted on various websites and blogs, with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity later broadcasting the clip.

20th Century Fox recently announced that it will be abandoning its marketing drive for upcoming comedy Neighbourhood Watch due to the tragedy.

'Britain's Got Talent': Mr Zip woos crowd with 'Lost My Keys' rap

'Britain's Got Talent': Mr Zip woos crowd with 'Lost My Keys' rap

The Britain's Got Talent judges and audience react positively to a catchy dance routine by Mancunian rapper Mr Zip in tonight's (April 7) edition.

The 49-year-old wooed the audience with an impression of Prince Charles before launching into his self-written 'Lost My Keys, Lost My Phone'.

Zipparah Tafari said to the panel: "It's going to be massive. It's not a case of if but when it will be number one. You can't keep Mr Zip in the house. Mr Zip is global."

Bounding around the stage, he shook each judge by the hand during his song before playfully slapping Ant McPartlin as it reached its conclusion.

Simon Cowell, who had been originally sceptical, admitted: "When you started I thought you were annoying, then you got more annoying, and then I liked you."

Alesha Dixon added: "You have been the highlight of my day so far," while Amanda Holden predicted the rap will reach number one in the UK singles chart.

Britain's Got Talent airs at 8pm on ITV1, with Britain's Got More Talent following afterwards at 9.15pm.

'The Voice' UK closes ratings gap on 'Britain's Got Talent'

'The Voice' UK closes ratings gap on 'Britain's Got Talent'

The Voice UK continued to attract big ratings for BBC One last night (Saturday), the latest overnight data reveals.

BBC One's talent show giant attracted four million more (10m/40.3%) than Britain's Got Talent (6m/24.2%) when the pair went head-to-head between 8pm and 8.20pm.

Overall, the third blind audition averaged 9.54m (41.1%) from 7pm, peaking with a colossal 10.55m (44.9%) at 7.45pm.

The Voice has soared 500k week-on-week and found over a million new viewers since its launch a fortnight ago.

Got Talent pulled in an average of 9.43m (38.7%) for ITV1 from 8pm, peaking with 10.26m (42.1%) at 8.45pm.

However, despite being down a hefty 850k on last week's episode, the Simon Cowell talent show still scored more viewers than The Voice with +1 numbers included, as Got Talent managed 532k (2.3%) on +1.

Britain's Got More Talent followed the main programme on ITV2 with 759k (3.4%) at 9.15pm (+1: 203k/1.1%).

Meanwhile, Take Me Out took 4.06m (18.6%) on ITV1 and 235k (1.1%) on timeshift, then 546k (3.6%) watched Take Me Out: The Gossip on ITV2 from 10.30pm (+1: 116k/1.4%).

Keith Lemon's Jim'll Fix It-style vehicle LemonAid opened with a modest 3.28m (17.1%) on ITV1 at 6.15pm (+1: 135k/0.6%), after which You've Been Framed and Harry Hill's Best of TV Burp amused 3.3m (15%) at 8pm (+1: 144k/0.6%) and 3.18m (13.8%) at 8.30pm (+1: 288k/1.2%).

Back on BBC One, Shrek appealed to 3.56m (20.1%) before The Voice, while In It To Win It (4.39m/18.2%) and Casualty (4.8m/20.9%) held solid audiences later on.

BBC Three's screening of Shrek 2 at 9.10pm drew a decent 925k (4.2%), meaning it was the day's best multichannel broadcast.

Elsewhere yesterday, Masters Golf mustered 1.26m (6.8%) for BBC Two between 8.30pm and 12am, The Million Pound Drop fell to 1.16m (5.2%) for Channel 4 at 9.15pm (+1: 155k/0.9%), and CSI: NY rallied to 1.62m (7.9%) at 10pm (+1: 115k/0.8%) on Channel 5.

Across primetime, BBC One reigned victorious again with 26.9% versus ITV1's 23.5% (+1: 1.3%). BBC Two claimed 6.7% in third place, ahead of Channel 5's 4.7% (+1: 0.2%), and Channel 4's 3.7% (+1: 0.5%).

One Direction 'Saturday Night Live' debut

One Direction 'Saturday Night Live' debut

One Direction made their Saturday Night Live debut last night.

The boyband, who recently secured their place in US chart history by becoming the first British group to enter at the top of the Billboard 200 with their debut album, performed two tracks on the show, which was hosted by Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara.

"Thank you so much to @nbcsnl for having us. That was a lot of fun and we'll never forget it," Harry Styles wrote on Twitter following their appearance.

Styles, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson began by singing their first single 'What Makes You Beautiful'.

"SNL tonight was amazing..thanks to @nbcsnl for having us..much appreciated!" Niall Horan added after the show.

One Direction, who are working on material with Justin Bieber, recently sold out their headline gig at Madison Square Garden in New York City in one hour.

'Castle' creator Andrew W Marlowe teases season finale

'Castle' creator Andrew W Marlowe teases season finale

Andrew W Marlowe has teased the upcoming season finale of Castle.

The Castle creator revealed that Judith Scott will return as the late Captain Montgomery's wife Evelyn, reports TV Line.

"Events force us to wonder whether the case we're working on might be linked to the Beckett mother murder case," Marlowe said. "We'll be picking at that scab again."

Tahmoh Penikett of Battlestar Galactica fame has also joined the cast for the season finale.

Castle star Stana Katic previously spoke of her desire for a romantic storyline between her character Kate Beckett and Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion).

Castle's season finale will air on May 7 at 10/9pm ET on ABC.

An Open Letter to Once Upon a Time: Let Snow and Charming Be Together Already!

An Open Letter to Once Upon a Time: Let Snow and Charming Be Together Already!

Dear Once Upon a Time,

Please stop toying with our emotions! Every few episodes you bring Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) together — or their Storybrooke counterparts, Mary and David —only to tear them apart again.

The continued heartbreak is killing us.

Castle and Bones skirt the Moonlighting curse season after season, and Snow and Charming's continued obstacles have begun to get wearing. First, it was David's memory loss, then the introduction of his Storybrooke wife, Kathryn (Anastasia Griffith), which snowballed into her disappearance and Mary becoming the prime suspect.

It all, of course, ties back to the curse that will always keep them apart until it's broken.

Even the actors are feeling the frustration! "Of course I am," Dallas says. "I would want nothing more for them to get together and live happily ever after, but that's the nature of this curse. It's a strong one."

"It's the crux of the whole show," Goodwin says. "The curse was inflicted by the Evil Queen [Lana Parrilla], ultimately, to punish Snow White and to keep her from her favorite part of life, which was her true love, so it is going to continue."

We are grateful, however, to hear balance is coming.

"The fans were also clamoring for Sam and Diane to get together on Cheers and for Maddie and David to get together on Moonlighting," writer and consulting producer Jane Espenson says. "You [put them together] and it takes a lot of the air out of it. You've got to work very hard to keep the show going. So finding the right balance between what feels right and what the fans are asking for is the eternal tension."

"I think people will ultimately be satisfied with where Charming and Snow are headed," she says. "The relationship will mean more because of the obstacles that they overcome."

The real question is how much longer we'll have to wait to see Snow and Charming's happy ending.... Please, give us some happiness soon.

CSI: Miami Finale: Will Horatio Lose One of His Own?

CSI: Miami Finale: Will Horatio Lose One of His Own?

Call it the curse of being on the bubble: After 10 roller-coaster years, CSI: Miami will end its season without a major cliff-hanger.

"We've gone more internal. It's a more emotional story that goes to the soul of these characters," executive producer Barry O'Brien tells "It is a far more personal ending. You're left with this feeling that the team is a family."

But the foundation of that family will buckle a little. Sunday's finale (10/9c, CBS) opens with Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo) bloodied and unconscious in a strange place. When he comes to, he sees the dead body of Assistant State's Attorney Joshua Avery (Ryan McPartlin) and instantly becomes Suspect No. 1. "We find quickly that Ryan is exonerated... but as we dig deeper into the evidence and what transpired, another one of our own falls under suspicion," O'Brien teases. "Horatio & Co. follow this evidence, regardless of where it leads — even if it's a painful place. There's a chance one of our own has crossed the uncrossable line."

Yet O'Brien insists that Horatio (David Caruso) and his team will persevere. "There is a certain amount of betrayal and heartbreak in the finale," he says. "But there is also a sense that going through this is a galvanizing force. The team that remains is stronger than ever before. In telling this story, the bond between our characters is very much reaffirmed."

In other family-related news, Calleigh (Emily Procter) will finalize her plans to adopt. But thanks to Delko (Adam Rodriguez), Calleigh may not be a single mother. "Calleigh is a single woman who has a challenging, demanding and often dangerous job," O'Brien says. "Light is shed on all of that in the adoption process, and it's not until a very impactful show of support comes from Eric Delko that she is granted custody of these two young children. There's been sort of an up-and-down trajectory for them for a number of seasons now, but you get a sense of a really strong future for these two characters."

Does that mean if the show earns a Season 11 that Calleigh and Delko will be a couple? "This is a personal expression of support and admiration and a promise of a presence in Calleigh's life and the lives of these children," O'Brien says. "It does set the table for a deepening personal connection. I feel like we finally earned the right to progress their relationship fundamentally in this way."

While O'Brien waits to hear about the show's fate, he is actively planning a Season 11 that continues the thematic exploration that began this season when Horatio was repeatedly bested by the powerful Navarro family.

"We're seeing Horatio on a very uncertain landscape, where it's not always so clearly black and white, right and wrong," O'Brien says. "Horatio can't always see the opposition in front of him, and can't quite measure who's for him and who's against him. We want to keep that story going ... and make Horatio face certain compromises in his quest for justice that we haven't seen in previous seasons. We want to go deeper with Horatio and get a chance to see clearly the man behind the dark glasses."

But if another season isn't in the cards, O'Brien says he's happy with where Season 10 leaves the characters. "We have a lot more story to tell," he says. "But if that's the way it plays out, I am incredibly proud of this finale. If this is the parting shot, I feel really good about it. "

CSI: Miami's Season 10 finale airs Sunday at 10/9c on CBS.

'Benidorm' 2012 ends with 5.9 million for ITV

'Benidorm' 2012 ends with 5.9 million for ITV

Benidorm closed its doors for 2012 with 5.9m viewers last night (Friday), overnight data reveals.

Derren Litten's series five conclusion, which featured Doctor Who legend Kate O'Mara, attracted 5.57m (24.4%) for ITV1 at 9pm and 349k (1.9%) on timeshift.

The Steve Pemberton sitcom's last episode is up on the 2011 finale, but overall this series is 440k down on last year.

A Lionel Ritchie special at 10pm, replacing News at Ten, fetched 2.52m (13.8%) and 151k (1.4%) on timeshift.

BBC One had an extremely disappointing night, logging only 2.44m (10.2%) for Len Goodman's Titanic documentary at 8.30pm, and 2.7m (11.8%) for Land of the Lost Wolves at 10pm.

Over on BBC Two, Hugh Bonneville's Twenty Twelve held all of last week's audience, amusing 972k (4.9%) at 10pm.

Mastermind (1.82m/7.9%) and Gardeners' World (1.93m/8.1%) were consistent in the 8pm hour, after which factual series Brick By Brick: Rebuilding Our Past drew 1.38m (6.1%) from 9pm.

Davina McCall's Million Pound Drop anchored Channel 4's schedule with 1.51m (6.8%) between 9pm and 10.30pm (+1: 172k/1%), either side of which Come Dine with Me (8pm) climbed to 1.04m (4.4%) and 257k (1.1%) an hour later, while Rude Tube slipped to 762k (5%) from 10.30pm (+1: 151k/0.8%).

Elsewhere, Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers took 1.25m (5.3%) for Channel 5 at 8pm, then 1.48m (6.5%) tuned in for The Mentalist.

Overall, ITV breezed to victory in primetime with 23.7% (+1: 0.6%), far ahead of BBC One's 15.2%, BBC Two's 6.4%, Channel 4's 4.9%, and Channel 5's 4.7%.

BBC Four's Queen night earned the digital channel 1.06m (5.7%) in the 10pm hour for concert Days of Our Lives.

'Downton Abbey' producer: 'Maggie Smith is a handful'

'Downton Abbey' producer: 'Maggie Smith is a handful'

Downton Abbey producer Rebecca Eaton has revealed that Dame Maggie Smith can be "a handful" on set.

The veteran actress plays The Right Honourable Violet Crawley, Countess of Grantham in the ITV1 drama, and Eaton explained that she can just be just as fearsome as her character.

"Maggie Smith is a handful, it's true," she said at a recent US screening. "She's very difficult. She knows her worth, and she's tricky on the set, but she delivers when the time comes."

Eaton added that she agreed to join the series when she heard about Smith's casting.

"I heard that Maggie Smith had been cast to be in it and I thought, 'We have to do it'. Because she, like Judi Dench, like Eileen Atkins - there are a few British actors, if they're in, I want it because I just think they're going to be good."

Smith and Dan Stevens have reportedly caused "panic" for Downton Abbey producers by not signing up for a new series.

Eaton recently revealed that a major character will die in the period drama's third series.

Downton Abbey is expected to air its third run in September on ITV1.

Lena Dunham: 'Girls is vastly different to Sex and the City'

Lena Dunham: 'Girls is vastly different to Sex and the City'

Lena Dunham has revealed more details about her upcoming HBO series Girls.

The Tiny Furniture star and director suggested that the show will offer "a different take on female friendship" than previous HBO hit Sex and the City, to which it has already been compared.

Speaking to Hitfix alongside co-producer Jenni Konner, Dunham said: "I think once you watch the show that the tone is so vastly different [from Sex and the City].

"That was always my hope, was that people watch it and the connections sort of fade away because it's such a clearly different tone... It's a little bit of a different take on female friendship, I think."

Dunham admitted that she has fallen back on the comparison herself, saying: "I'm lazy. Sometimes people ask what the show is and if I'm very tired, I'm like, it's kind of like Sex and the City."

Konner interjected: "But with really bad sex, or really awkward sex scenes."

Dunham added: "And weird parts of the city."

HBO has ordered a full season of the New York-set comedy, which will centre on the experiences of a group of girls in their early 20s. Dunham and Tiny Furniture actress Jemima Kirke will star, alongside Allison Williams and Zosia Mamet (Mad Men). Judd Apatow is producing the series.

Girls premieres on HBO next Sunday, April 15.

'The Voice' UK: Joelle Moses woos all four coaches with Adele cover

'The Voice' UK: Joelle Moses woos all four coaches with Adele cover

Joelle Moses has received a standing ovation from the coaches and crowd alike in tonight's The Voice UK.

Moses, from London, gave a stirring rendition of Adele's 'Rolling in the Deep', attracting the attention of Sir Tom Jones, Jessie J, and Danny O'Donoghue.

Speaking backstage, the 21-year-old revealed that she has in the past been a backing singer for the likes of Gabriella Cilmi and Rihanna.

Summing up the thoughts of the panel, O'Donoghue commented: "I think you did a fantastic job - you really made that song your own. I think your control is incredible, your breathing is incredible."

While deliberating, Moses said: "I'm so humbled by you guys for turning around for me. I honestly don't have a clue who to choose."

In the end, Moses opted for, who had promised her: "I know I don't sing like Jessie or yourself or Adele, but I know how to work with good singers and produce them. I know how to take an artist from here to there."

Moses reached the Boot Camp stage of Simon Cowell's X Factor in 2008.

'Dancing with the Stars' Brendan Fevola: 'I want fans to see real me'

'Dancing with the Stars' Brendan Fevola: 'I want fans to see real me'

Dancing with the Stars Australia contestant Brendan Fevola has revealed that he can't wait to show people the "real" him.

The former Australian Football League player, who has been involved in various controversies due to his drink and gambling problems and his affair with model Lara Bingle, said that he has made mistakes but is a good person.

Fevola told the Herald Sun: "You get perceived a lot from the indiscretions that happened when I played football, and I've made a few mistakes, and a lot of people write stuff which isn't true.

"But you've got no real right of reply so you just cop it. That's not the real me so I think this show's a great opportunity to come out and be yourself. That's what people will either be drawn to or they won't like, and I'll find out pretty quick."

Fevola said that his children with estranged wife Alex are looking forward to watching him and Dancing with the Stars partner Jessica Raffa when the competition starts later this month, but admitted that they are "all voting for Johnny Ruffo" instead of him.

Other celebrities taking part in this year's Dancing with the Stars include breakfast TV host Kerri-Anne Kennerley, Brian McFadden's new fiancée Vogue Williams, Packed to the Rafters actress Zoe Cramond, Russell Crowe's musician wife Danielle Spencer and former Neighbours star Erin McNaught.

The Voice UK coach Jessie J has admitted that she gives her team tough love.

Jessie J: 'I like being a tough coach on The Voice UK'

The Voice UK coach Jessie J has admitted that she gives her team tough love.

The 'Domino' star, who has already confessed to making some contestants cry, claimed that the singers will thank her in the long run.

Responding to claims that she is the "evil" coach, she told The Mirror: "That's good. The contestants have to realise they need to raise their game.

"I'm not saying it's easy - I know how it feels to step out on a stage in front of millions of people I don't know. When I performed on The X Factor last year, I was shaking like a leaf. But it's got to be done and they need to embrace it.

"I feel if I'd auditioned for one of these shows I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing today. You have to go through life's experiences - good or bad - to learn from them."

She also criticised the press for constantly comparing her to other female artists.

"[I'm compared to] Cheryl [Cole], Tulisa [Contostavlos], Nicole Scherzinger, but I'm so bored by it all," she said.

"When Tulisa and I get together we don't talk about X Factor or The Voice, or ratings or tactics. We talk about being young, fake tan and make-up!"

Jessie J recently turned down Simon Cowell's offer to join The X Factor.

The Voice UK continues tonight (April 7) at 7pm on BBC One.

Louis CK: 'Louie is my passion project

Louis CK: 'Louie is my passion project

Louis CK has described his critically acclaimed series Louie as a passion project.

The comedian writes, directs and stars in the FX series as a troubled stand-up comic whose life often descends into surrealistic adventures.

In an interview with The Wrap, Louis CK said that he values having creative control over the low-budget series much more highly than starring in a network sitcom.

"For my scale, how I grew up and live my life, I'm making plenty of money. I've been paid more, so it's a voluntary downtick in money for an enormous amount of fulfilment," he explained.

"It's well worth it. It only gets more worth it. It would be very hard to go the other way and take a bunch of money for something I don't want to do."

Louis CK has agreed to give up some control for Louie's third season by turning over the editing to Susan Morse, who worked with Woody Allen on films like Hannah and her Sisters and Radio Days.

"I only was willing to give up editing if I could get the best editor in the world, and I think that's what she is. I wasn't looking for any editor, I was looking for Susan Morse," the comic declared.

Louie premiers its third season on June 28 on FX.

Keith Olbermann countersued by Current TV

Keith Olbermann countersued by Current TV

Keith Olbermann has reportedly been countersued by Current TV.

The broadcaster sued the US network for $50m earlier this week, after hitting out at 'shoddy equipment' and poor leadership.

Current TV has now claimed that the former Countdown host failed to show up to work on several occasions, reports TMZ.

The lawsuit filed at LA County Superior Court claims that Olbermann only turned up for 19 of his 41 work days in January and February in an attempt to "sabotage" the network.

It also alleges that the presenter once smashed a glass mug on the set.

Current TV fired Olbermann on March 30 and replaced his programme with a new show hosted by former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer.

The network is also facing issues in the UK after it was dropped from the pay-TV lineup of part-Rupert Murdoch-owned satellite broadcaster Sky.

Amy Winehouse helped 'The Voice' UK audition, says Tyler James

Amy Winehouse helped 'The Voice' UK audition, says Tyler James

Tyler James has revealed that best friend Amy Winehouse inspired him to audition for The Voice UK.

The singer, who discovered Winehouse's body last year, admits on tonight's (April 7) show that he still feels her presence, The Mirror reports.

"When I was a teenager my best friend was Amy Winehouse. We became friends when we were like 12, 13. We both went to the same school - we've been best friends since then," James said.

"We were like two peas in a pod, we were like two halves of the same person. Last summer it was the worst day of my life. Amy died and my whole life changed. Now she's here with me, I know that.

"It's about me finding my own feet and the only way for me that I'm ever going to find that is through music. This competition is about me building up my confidence. There's a lot riding on this."

James was previously signed to Island Records and reached number 16 with single 'Foolish' in 2005 before being dropped.

He sent demos of Winehouse's tracks to management companies back in 2001, leading to her being signed to Simon Fuller's 19 Entertainment.

James performs Otis Redding's '(Sittin' On) The Dock of The Bay' on The Voice UK, which airs tonight (April 7) on BBC One from 7pm.

Development Update: the 8th of April

Development Update: the 8th of April

HANNIBAL (NBC) - Hugh Dancy ("The Big C") has been tapped as Will Graham in the Peacock's contemporary take on Thomas Harris's novel "Red Dragon." Said hour, which has been ordered directly to series, will track the early relationship between FBI agent Graham ("a handsome, haunted man with a naive focus") and serial killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter. William Petersen and Brian Cox originated the roles in the 1986 feature (titled "Manhunter") with Edward Norton and Anthony Hopkins taking over for the 2002 remake. Bryan Fuller is behind the project, which comes from The Gaumont Film Company. (

MISTRESSES (ABC) - Alyssa Milano ("Romantically Challenged") has been tapped as the remaining lead on the upcoming drama, about the lives of four female friends and their involvement in an array of illicit and complex relationships. She'll play Savi (short for Savannah), a married lawyer who struggles to stay connected to her husband. Jes Macallan also stars as her sister Josslyn with Rochelle Aytes and Yunjin Kim as pals April and Katie. Cherie Nowlan is directing the pilot to the ABC Studios-based hour, from writer K.J. Steinberg. (

REBOUNDING (FOX) - Amanda Walsh ("Sons & Daughters") has joined the cast of the comedy pilot, about Danny Markle (Will Forte), a man recovering from the death of his fiance with help from friends on his pick-up basketball team (Hayes MacArthur, Malcolm Barrett and Matt L. Jones). She's take over for Aly Michalka as Taryn, the girlfriend of MacArthur's character. Andrea Savage also stars in the 20th Century Fox Television-based half-hour, from co-creators Joe Port and Joe Wiseman. Jason Winer is directing. (

THE WIDOW DETECTIVE (CBS) - Jennifer Beals ("The Chicago Code") and Paula Marshall ("Gary Unmarried") have booked the remaining principal roles on the drama pilot, about Denny Brennan (John Corbett), a decorated detective who has lost three partners in the line of duty and serves as the male figure in the lives of his fallen partners' families. They'll play two of said widows: Lainey Vargas Becker ("a strong blue-collar sexiness"), owner of a valley hair salon; and Jill Jaworski ("a beauty with fiery eyes"), a mother of three daughters; respectively. Elyes Gabel plays Lainey's son Troy, who partners with Denny on the job, while Conor Leslie is on board as Amanda, Jill's eldest, who's engaged to a detective. Davis Guggenheim is directing the CBS Television Studios-based hour, from writer David Hubbard. Eriq La Salle, Michael Irby and Natalie Martinez also star. (

THE AMERICANS (FX) - Noah Emmerich ("White Collar") is the latest addition to the drama pilot, about the complex marriage of two KGB spies (Matthew Rhys, Keri Russell) posing as Americans in suburban Washington DC in the early 1980's. He'll play their new neighbor, "a Counter Intelligence FBI agent who grows suspicious of the couple next door." Director Gavin O'Connor and writer Joe Weisberg are behind the project, to be produced by DreamWorks Television, Fox Television Studios and FX Productions (

ANIMAL KINGDOM (NBC) - Kym Whitley ("Let's Stay Together") has booked a role on the comedy pilot, about George Coleman (Justin Kirk), a veterinarian who loves animals but usually hates their owners. She'll presumably play Juanita, a nurse at Rutledge Animal Hospital. Amy Huberman, Bobby Lee and Tyler Labine co-star in the Universal Television-based half-hour, which comes from co-creators Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka. Anthony and Joe Russo are directing. Whitley is also guest starring on fellow NBC pilot "Bad Girls" as Celisa, a correctional officer. (

BABY BIG SHOT (CBS) - Stephanie March ("Law & Order: Special Victims Unit") is the latest to be cast in the drama pilot, about Martina Garretti (Janet Montgomery), a working-class woman who uses her street smarts to compete with her more polished colleagues at a Manhattan law firm. She's on board as Natalie Minka ("Spence-educated Manhattan royalty with legs up to her neck"), a high-ranking associate at said firm. Erin Cummings, Felix Solis, Kyle MacLachlan, Pablo Schreiber and Toni Trucks also star in the Sony Pictures Television-based hour, from writer Dana Calvo. (

DAKOTA (The CW) - Erich Bergen and Brooklyn Sudano have both landed roles on the drama pilot, about Maya Beaumont (Amber Stevens), a documentarian who travels back in time to 1990 where she meets and falls in love with the rock star subject of her film, Joey Dakota (Craig Horner), only to return to present day where she must find her way back and prevent his untimely death. They'll presumably play Nicky ("a welldressed, handsome guy with a fun demeanor") and Holly ("pretty in an earthy way"), Joey's manager and his wife - who also happen to be Maya's parents. Leah Renee and Scott Wolf also star the CBS Television Studios-based hour, from writer Bert V. Royal. (

DOWNWARDLY MOBILE (NBC) - Greg Cromer and Salli Richardson-Whitfield have both been cast in the comedy pilot, about Rose Davis (Roseanne Barr), the proprietor of a mobile home park and surrogate mother to all of the unique people who live there in a challenging economy. They'll play Mr. and Mrs. Denby, a well-to-do attractive couple making a fresh start after losing everything in a Ponzi scheme. John Goodman, Mary Birdsong and Romy Rosemont also star in the 20th Century Fox Television-based half-hour, to be directed by Gail Mancuso. (

THE FAMILY TRAP (ABC) - James Pumphrey and Ravi Patel are the latest to board the comedy pilot, about newlyweds (Mandy Moore, Nelson Franklin) who get the opportunity of a lifetime to run a hip, new restaurant in her hometown but at the cost of bringing her closer to her needy and high maintenance parents (Stockard Channing, Kurt Fuller). The latter will play Bobby, their internet millionaire pal who hires them, with Pumphrey as Zach, Annie's (Moore) younger brother. Erinn Hayes and Majandra Delfino co-star in the 20th Century Fox Television-based half-hour, from co-creators Bob Fisher and Stacy Traub. Shawn Levy is directing. (

MOCKINGBIRD LANE (NBC) - Eddie Izzard ("The Riches") is in final negotiations to star in the drama pilot, an imaginative reinvention of "The Munsters" as a visually spectacular one-hour drama. He's on track to play Grandpa (Al Lewis on the original series), the 580-year-old patriarch of the clan "with a rosy twinkle in his milky eyes." The actor will also receive a producing credit on the project, from writer Bryan Fuller, director Bryan Singer and producer Universal Television. (

NED FOX IS MY MANNY (FOX) - Abby Elliott has departed the comedy pilot, about Kate, an uptight single mom whose aimless brother Ned (Nat Faxon) moves in to help her raise her five-year-old daughter, Maddie (Maggie Jones). The actress had been attached to play Kate however was released following yesterday's table read. Casting is underway for a replacement. Writer Dana Fox and director Jake Kasdan are behind the 20th Century Fox Television-based half-hour, which also stars Echo Kellum and Lucy Punch. (

OVER AND OUT (CBS) - P.J. Byrne ("The Game") has joined the cast of the comedy pilot, about Ray Barker (Martin Lawrence), a widowed father of two teenagers who, after losing his job in construction, decides to go to the police academy and become a cop at the age of 46. He's on board as Kip Dennis, the station's "fey, self-important busybody." Mike Lisbe and Nate Reger are behind the CBS Television Studios-based half-hour, to be directed by Fred Savage. (

SUPER FUN NIGHT (CBS) - Alan Ritchson ("Blue Mountain State") has joined the cast of the comedy pilot, about three nerdy female friends - Kimmie, Helen-Alice and Marika - on their "funcomfortable" quest to have "super fun" every Friday night. He'll play Jason ("a tanned hunk-a-licious buffoon"), the boyfriend of Kimmie's younger, prettier sister Jazmine. Kevin Bishop also stars in the Rebel Wilson-penned half-hour, from the Warner Bros. Television-based Conaco Productions. (

1600 PENN (NBC) - Jenna Elfman ("Accidentally on Purpose") has been cast in the comedy pilot, about a dysfunctional First Family where the out-of-control oldest son Skip (Josh Gad) returns home and becomes not only it's biggest liability but also the glue holding everyone together. She'll play First Lady Emily Nash Gilchrist ("street-smart and honest to a fault; working-class roots; eager to win over her step kids") in the 20th Century Fox Television-based half-hour, from director Jason Winer and co-creators Jon Lovett and Josh Gad. Amara Miller, Andre Holland, Bill Pullman and Brittany Snow co-star. (

THE ASSET (FOX) - Hamish Linkalter ("The New Adventures of Old Christine") is in final talks to star in the drama pilot, about Anna King (Ali Larter), a globe-trotting CIA agent whose cover is that of a renowned photojournalist. He'll play her handler, CIA analyst Asher Wallach, in the 20th Century Fox Television-based hour, from writer Josh Friedman and director Neil Burger. Bradley Whitford and Jamie Chung also star. (

BABY BIG SHOT (CBS) - Erin Cummings ("Pan Am") has scored a role on the drama pilot, about Martina Garretti (Janet Montgomery), a working-class woman who uses her street smarts to compete with her more polished colleagues at a Manhattan law firm. She's on board as her sister Bonnie ("auburn-haired beauty"), a manicurist with "a rockin' bod and not a care in the world." Felix Solis, Janet Montgomery, Kyle MacLachlan and Toni Trucks co-star in the Sony Pictures Television-based hour, from creator Dana Calvo. (

BAD GIRLS (NBC) - Tracee Ellis Ross ("Reed Between the Lines") has landed a role on the drama pilot, which follows the ins and outs of a group of unlikely women at a federal correctional institute. She'll play one of them, Rachel ("type-A; brainy; driven"), once a high-powered business woman. John Dahl is directing the Warner Bros. Television-based hour from a script by Nancy Pimental. Amy Smart, Jurnee Smollett, Karolina Wydra, Rick Gonzalez and Zoe Boyle also star. (

BANSHEE (Cinemax) - Ivana Milicevic, Ulrich Thomsen and Hoon Lee are the latest to board the upcoming drama, about Lucas Hood (Antony Starr), an ex-convict and master thief who assumes the identity of the sheriff of Banshee, PA, where he continues his criminal activities even as he's being hunted by the shadowy gangsters he had betrayed years earlier. She's set as Carrie Hopewell, "once a notorious jewel thief who now lives in Banshee under an assumed identity, with a husband and children who know nothing of her criminal past." Thomsen then is set as Proctor, "an intimidating, wealthy local businessman who believes he is above the law"; with Lee as "a dangerous transvestite computer hacker who assists Lucas in his criminal enterprises." David Schickler and Jonathan Tropper are behind the Alan Ball-produced hour, to be directed by Greg Yaitanes. Daniel Ross, Demetrius Grosse, Frankie Faison, Matt Servitto and Trieste Dunn also star. (,

THE CARRIE DIARIES (The CW) - Chloe Bridges ("90210") has been tapped to star in the drama pilot, which stars AnnaSophia Robb as a teenage Carrie Bradshaw in the 1980s. She'll play her nemesis Donna LaDonna ("very pretty with a sexy laugh and an insane amount of confidence in her star power"), who dresses like Madonna and can actually pull it off. Warner Bros. Television is behind the hour, which also stars Austin Butler, Brendan Dooling, Ellen Wong, Freema Agyeman, Katie Findlay, Matt Letscher and Stefania Owen. Miguel Arteta is directing from a script by Amy B. Harris based on the book of the same name by Candice Bushnell. (

DAKOTA (The CW) - Scott Wolf ("V") has scored a role on the drama pilot, about Maya Beaumont (Amber Stevens), a documentarian who travels back in time to 1990 where she meets and falls in love with the rock star subject of her film (Craig Horner) only to return to present day where she must find her way back and prevent his untimely death. He's on board as Franklin Morgan ("looks like a geek - but still kinda cute - in a geeky way"), a mysterious yet affable man who may have the answers to Maya's time travel foibles. Leah Renee also stars in the CBS Television Studios-based hour, from writer Bert V. Royal. (

GO ON (NBC) - Laura Benanti ("The Playboy Club") has snagged the female lead on the comedy pilot, about Ryan King (Matthew Perry), an irreverent yet charming sportscaster, who after his wife dies, finds surprising solace from the members of his support group. She'll play Lauren Schneider ("wound tightly but manages to keep her cool, usually"), said group's leader. Allison Miller, Julie White, Khary Payton and Suzy Nakamura also star in the Universal Television-based half-hour, from director Todd Holland and writer Scott Silveri. (

GOLDEN BOY (CBS) - Bonnie Somerville ("Cashmere Mafia") is the latest addition to the drama pilot, which tracks one man's (Theo James) meteoric rise from uniform cop at age 26 to police commissioner at 34. She's set as Deborah McKenzie ("Long Island girl with the map of Ireland on her face"), a third generation cop from his homicide days. The Nick Wootton-penned hour also stars Chi McBride, Kevin Alejandro and Stella Maeve. Warner Bros. Television-based Berlanti Television is producing with Richard Shepard set to direct. (

L.A. NOIR (TNT) - Simon Pegg ("Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol") is in talks to guest star in the pilot, about the epic battle between Los Angeles Police Chief William Parker (Neal McDonough) and mobster Mickey Cohen (yet to be cast) in the 1950s. He'll play a top-secret role in the hour, from writer/director Frank Darabont. Alexa Davalos, Jeremy Strong, Jon Bernthal and Milo Ventimiglia also star. (

REVOLUTION (NBC) - Zak Orth, Andrea Roth and J.D. Pardo have all booked roles on the pilot, a drama set in the near future where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist. Roth will play Rachel Matheson - Danny (Graham Rogers) and Charlie's (Tracy Spiradakos) mother and Ben's (Tim Guinee) wife - as seen in flashback. Orth then is set as Aaron ("lovably neurotic"), the village's resident teacher who hates nature and nature hates him; with Pardo as Nate Walker ("rough-around-the-edges handsome"), a skilled archer who befriends Charlie. (,

TATTOO RESCUE (Spike TV, New!) - The cable channel has commissioned a pilot for a potential reality series in which renowned tattoo expert Joey Germinario - also known as "Joey Tattoo" - and his team of experts as they travel the country transforming failing tattoo studios into profitable businesses. The hour-long project comes from Original Media and Sweatshop Media with the latter's Vem Miller, who created the series, executive producing. (

UNTITLED KARYN USHER PROJECT (FOX) - Rick Schroder ("24") has landed a role on the drama pilot, about Jane Forsythe (Saxon Sharbino), the orphaned 14-year-old daughter of a CIA agent who is recruited to become an operative herself. He'll play her late father Charlie, in the 20th Century Fox Television-based project, which Brett Ratner is attached to direct. Angela Bassett, Julian McMahon and Louise Lombard also star. (

THE ASSET (FOX) - Jamie Chung ("Samurai Girl") is the latest addition to the drama pilot, about Anna King (Ali Larter), a globe-trotting CIA agent whose cover is that of a renowned photojournalist. She's set as May Kent, a polygraph expert with the CIA. Bradley Whitford also stars in the 20th Century Fox Television-based hour, which Neil Burger is directing from a script by Josh Friedman. (

BABY BIG SHOT (CBS) - Janet Montgomery ("Human Target") has booked the lead role on the drama pilot, about a working-class woman who uses her street smarts to compete with her more polished colleagues at a Manhattan law firm. She's set as said woman, Martina Garretti ("sexy, mischievous and 27"), in the hour, which comes from Sony Pictures Television and creator Dana Calvo. (

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (ABC) - Oscar-winner F. Murray Abraham ("Amadeus") has joined the cast of the pilot, a drama set in a mythical city where its princess is tasked with quelling a rebellion. He's on board as Cyril, the palace's Chamberlain, "a wise and trusted but duplicitous man of state." Chris Egan and Darius Campbell also star in the ABC Studios-based hour, from writer Jonathan E. Steinberg and director Yves Simoneau. (

THE CARRIE DIARIES (The CW) - AnnaSophia Robb ("Soul Surfer") has booked the title role while Katie Findlay and Ellen Wong have also been cast in the drama pilot, a "Sex and the City" prequel based on Candice Bushnell's recent book about the high school years of Carrie Bradshaw. Robb will play the titular role ("quirky, beautiful in an interesting way") with Findlay and Wong as pals Jill "The Mouse" Thompson ("intense, extremely bright and loyal") and Maggie Landres ("overtly sexy and working it"). Amy B. Harris penned the Warner Bros. Television-based hour, which Miguel Arteta is attached to direct. (,

CHICAGO FIRE (NBC) - David Eigenberg ("Sex and the City") has been cast in the pilot, an ensemble drama about the men and women of the Chicago Fire Department. He'll play one of them, Christopher Herrmann ("a tall, salt-of-the-earth family man"), who just lost his home to foreclosure and is now forced to move in with his in-laws. Eamonn Walker, Monica Raymund and Taylor Kinney also star in the Universal Television-based hour, which Jeffrey Nachmanoff will direct from a script by Derek Haas and Michael Brandt. (

COUNTER CULTURE (ABC) - Emmy-winner Doris Roberts ("Everybody Loves Raymond") is the first to be cast in the comedy pilot, about three aging sisters running their family diner together in West Texas who find that sibling dynamics are always getting in the way of getting the job done. She'll play their Aunt Lee ("88, a meticulously coiffed belle with a doomsday attitude"), who works as the cashier. Stephnie Weir is behind the project, from ABC Studios and Sony Pictures Television. Ted Wass is directing. (

ELEMENTARY (CBS) - Lucy Liu ("Southland") has landed the female lead on the pilot, a drama which envisions Sherlock Holmes in the present day as a former Scotland Yard consultant who solves crimes for the NYPD. She'll play Joan Watson, a former surgeon who's hired by Holmes's brother to be his personal recovery assistant. CBS Television Studios is behind the hour, to be directed by Michael Cuesta from a script by Robert Doherty. (

THE GOODWIN GAMES (FOX) - Jake Lacy ("Better With You") has snagged the remaining lead role on the comedy pilot, about three siblings who must heed to the idiosyncratic terms of their father's will to inherit his fortune. He'll play the youngest sibling Jimmy ("all heart, zero impulse control"), a scruffy petty thief who is has just gotten out of jail - yet again. Becki Newton, Felisha Terrell and Scott Foley also star in the 20th Century Fox Television-based half-hour, from director Peyton Reed and co-creators Carter Bays, Chris Harris and Craig Thomas. (

GUILTY (FOX) - Cuba Gooding Jr., Julian Morris and Eva Amurri Martino have booked three of the principal roles on the drama pilot, about a brilliant, morally questionable defense attorney who, after being falsely convicted of fraud and stripped of his legal license, uses his unorthodox methods to solve the cases he's been prohibited from handling and to ultimately exact revenge on the men who set him up. Gooding will play said man William "Billy" Remz ("brilliant, charismatic -- Steve Jobs with a law degree") with Morris as Alex Sitterson ("he's physically, 25; intellectually, 60; emotionally, 6"), an eager young attorney whom Billy recruits to use as a proxy in the courtoom. Martino then is set as Lily Agostoni ("definitely pretty; Donna Karan pantsuit; multiple piercings; nose ring"), a lawyer at Billy's firm who embraces his brazen style. McG is helming the Warner Bros. Television-based hour from a script by Marc Guggenheim. (,,

LAST RESORT (ABC) - Robert Patrick ("The Unit") has scored a role on the drama pilot, about the crew of a nuclear submarine, who, after disobeying a suspicious order become fugitives and declare themselves an independent nuclear nation. He'll presumably play Master Chief Joseph Prosser, "the rusty nail that holds the boat together; in charge of all the enlisted men; principled; believes in duty, honor, and the chain of command." Also starring in the ensemble are Andre Braugher, Autumn Reeser, Camille de Pazzis, Daisy Betts, Daniel Lissing, Dichen Lachman, Sahr Ngaujah and Scott Speedman. (@ShawnRyanTV)

MASTERS OF SEX (Showtime) - Caitlin Fitzgerald ("Gossip Girl") has scored a role on the drama pilot, which chronicles the lives and the intriguing, unusual relationship between William Masters (Michael Sheen) and Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan), the pioneers into the science of human sexuality, whose research touched off the sexual revolution. She'll play Masters's wife Libby in the project, which also stars Nick D'Agosto and Teddy Sears. Michelle Ashford penned the hour for Sony Pictures Television, to be directed by John Madden. (

- Comedian Dustin Ybarra has scored a role on the pilot, a multi-camera comedy about two streetwise brothers and their aging grandfather as they concoct outrageous, morally questionable get-rich-quick schemes in their quest to become millionaires. He'll play one of the brothers, Rodney Trotter ("23, tall and dorky"), joining the previously cast John Leguizamo. Brian Bradley and Steven Cragg are behind the ABC Studios-based project, to be directed by Ted Wass. (

PRAIRIE DOGS (ABC) - Dayo Okeniyi and Charlotte Newhouse have both been cast in the comedy pilot, about Neil (Kal Penn), an uncool cubicle worker at one of the coolest companies in the world, who becomes the victim of identity theft and engages the charismatic conman to help him change his life. They'll play his co-workers Mazi ("an earnest and cheerful African immigrant with an accent") and Charlotte ("has bad hair, bad clothes, but a lot of attitude"), joining the previously cast Dan Fogler and Michaela Watkins. Luke Greenfield is directing the ABC Studios-based half-hour from a script by Jackie and Jeff Filgo. (,

REVOLUTION (NBC) - Giancarlo Esposito ("Breaking Bad") has joined the cast of the pilot, a drama about a group of people struggling to survive and reunite with loved ones in a world where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist. He's set as Captain Neville, "a hard-as-steel military man with a genteel southern manner who may not always be what he seems." Writer Eric Kripke and director Jon Favreau are behind the Warner Bros. Television-based hour, which also stars Anna Lise Phillips, Graham Rogers and Tracy Spiradakos. (

THE SELECTION (The CW) - Ethan Peck ("10 Things I Hate About You") has snagged a role on the pilot, a drama set 300 years in the future about a poor woman (Aimee Teegarden) who is chosen by lottery to compete to become the next queen of a war-torn nation. He'll play Prince Maxon ("25, handsome, and regal"), the fellow whom one young lady from each of its 35 provinces is chosen to come to the Palace and vie for his hand. Mark Piznarski is directing the Warner Bros. Television-based hour from a script by Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain. (

- Jeananne Goossen ("Alcatraz") has scored the female lead on the drama pilot, about Joe Carroll (James Purefoy), a diabolical serial killer who uses technology to create a cult of serial killers, and retired FBI profiler Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon), who finds himself in the middle of it. She's set as Jennifer Mason ("30's, attractive, all business"), the FBI agent who teams with Hardy. Shawn Ashmore and Valorie Curry co-star in the project, from Warner Bros. Television and director Marcos Siega. (

THE WIDOW DETECTIVE (CBS) - Elyes Gabel ("Game of Thrones") is the latest addition to the drama pilot, about Denny Brennan (yet to be cast), a decorated detective who has lost three partners in the line of duty and serves as the male figure in the lives of his fallen partners' families. He'll play Troy Vargas ("27, brooding good looks; no longer the kid Denny used to know"), the son of one of the widows who requests to be Denny's partner at the LAPD. CBS Television Studios is behind the hour, from writer David Hubbard and director Davis Guggenheim. (

ZERO HOUR (ABC) - Addison Timlin ("Californication") has scored a role on the drama pilot, about Hank (yet to be cast), a skeptical everyman who gets swept up in one of history's greatest conspiracies: a spectacular mystery surrounding the Twelve Apostles. She'll play Rachel ("22; the ballsy, intellectual queen of parkour & coffee shops"), one of Hank's employees at his magazine, Modern Skeptic. Scott Michael Foster also stars in the ABC Studios-based hour, from writer Paul Scheuring and Pierre Morel. (

TV Tonight 8th of April 2012

TV Tonight 8th of April 2012

The daily list in alphabetical order, of all the new episodes airing.

    Aida (PL) S01E06: "Season 1, Episode 6"
    Alaska y Mario S02E04: "Season 2, Episode 4"
    Antiques Roadshow S34E23: "Wimbledon (2)"
    Army Wives S06E07: "System Failure"
    Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes S02E02
    AX Men S05E13: "Where's Willy"
    Behzat Ç. S02E21: "Derin İlişkiler"
    Big Brother Sverige S08E43: "Del 43 (Veckofinal)"
    Big Rich Texas S02E08: "Miss Conception"
    Breakout Kings S02E06: "I Smell Emmy"
    Canada's Got Talent S01E11: "Live Performance Show Week 2"
    Cardfight!! Vanguard S02E01: "Gold Paladin"
    Chopped S11E08: "All Stars: Iron Chefs Do Battle"
    Country Tracks S03E37: "Episode 113"
    CSI: Miami S10E19: "Habeas Corpse (2)"
    Cupcake Wars S05E05: "Rock of Ages"
    Dateline NBC S21E37: "SU2129"
    Descending S01E08: "The Hunt for the Red Devil"
    Eastbound & Down S03E07: "Chapter 20"
    Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. S01E04
    Full Metal Jousting S01E09: "Charge On"
    Game of Thrones S02E02: "The Night Lands"
    GCB S01E07: "Sex is Divine"
    GCB S01E06: "Turn the Other Cheek"
    Harry's Law S02E16: "The Lying Game"
    Hiiro no Kakera S01E02: "Episode 2"
    Hunter X Hunter Remake S01E26: "Letter x From x Gon 2"
    I Survived S06E25: "Paul/Tressel/Melissa"
    Ice Loves Coco S02E07: "Baby Got Godparents"
    Inside Nature's Giants S04E02: "The Hippo"
    Iron Chef America S09E33: "Flay vs. Allegretti"
    Jerseylicious S04E08: "Catfight on the Catwalk"
    Khloe & Lamar S02E07: "Alone Star State of Mind"
    Kidou Senshi Gundam Age S01E26: "Earth, This is Eden"
    Loiter Squad S01E03: "Episode 3"
    Long Island Medium S02E06: "Spirit Al Dente"
    Long Island Medium S02E05: "Christmas Spirit"
    Mad Men S05E04: "Mystery Date"
    Masterpiece S42E09: "Great Expectations: (Episode 2)"
    Mirai Nikki S01E25: "Reset"
    Moretsu Uchuu Kaizoku S01E14: "Episode 14"
    My First Place S22E01: "Industrial Rezone"
    MythBusters S10E03: "Square Wheels"
    Nightmare Next Door S02E11: "Little Girl Lost"
    Nurse Jackie S04E01: "Kettle-kettle-black-black"
    One Piece (JP) S06E26: "Episode 26"
    Oprah's Next Chapter S01E15: "Bishop T.D. Jakes"
    Peking Express S06E02: "Season 6, Episode 2"
    Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle S02E01: "Orpheus Order"
    River Monsters S04E02: "Pack of Teeth"
    Shahs of Sunset S01E05: "The Shahs of Great Neck"
    Silent Witness S15E03: "And Then I Fell In Love (1)"
    Snapped S09E02: "Joanna Hayes"
    Stevie TV S01E06: "Season 1, Episode 6"
    Tangle S03E03: "Season 3, Episode 3"
    The Amazing Race S20E07
    The Apprentice (US) S12E08: "Ad Hawk"
    The Big C S03E01: "Thin Ice"
    The Borgias S02E01: "The Borgia Bull"
    The Client List S01E01: "The Rub of Sugarland"
    The Killing S02E03: "Numb"
    The Project S04E83: "Series 4, Episode 83"
    Titanic (2012) S01E03: "Episode 3"
    Tomtesterom S03E08: "Tijd om afscheid te nemen"
    Ultimate Dance Battle, The S02E06: "Dance Camp 4"
    Ultimate Spider-man S01E03: "Doomed"
    Unchained Reaction S01E04: "Take Flight"
    Unique Eats S04E14: "Italian"
    Unusual Suspects S03E06: "Left For Dead"
    Upotte!! S01E01: "Episode 1"
    Wicked Tuna S01E02: "Payback's a Fish"

'Britain's Got Talent' Ryan O'Shaughnessy to be axed?

'Britain's Got Talent' Ryan O'Shaughnessy to be axed?

Britain's Got Talent star Ryan O'Shaughnessy will be axed from the show, it has been claimed.

The singer, who performed 'No Name' on last week's show, originally took part in The Voice of Ireland but was sent home after his first night.

The teenager signed a deal with Universal Music, which includes touring commitments, when he appeared on The Voice, and is now locked into that contract.

A Britain's Got Talent source told The Sun: "Ryan can't take part in the live shows unless he is released from the contract."

Universal has said that O'Shaughnessy can continue with BGT but has refused to release him from the contract he signed.

O'Shaughnessy is now planning to hire a lawyer in a last-ditch attempt to get out of the contract in time for the Britain's Got Talent live shows.

The girl who inspired 'No Name' was recently revealed as his "best pal" Katie Lucia Keegan.