Is there a doctor in the house? At least for one more season, as Peter Capaldi has announced via Twitter that the upcoming season of Doctor Who will be his last. For those who’ve followed the long-running series, it has become common for different actors to assume the role of the Doctor over the years. The new season will start on April 15.
There’s good news for The Good Place. The freshman NBC sitcom recently ended its first season with critical raves, and the peacock network has just signed off on a Season 2. The show stars Kristen Bell as a rather horrific person who mistakenly ends up in a heavenly afterlife community (or does she) designed by Ted Danson‘s character.
Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale has landed what could be her next TV gig. The CW has ordered a pilot for Life Sentence, which centers on a woman (Hale) who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. But after learning it was all a mix-up, she must decide how to live with the choices she made when she felt like she was going to die.
Empire is getting a desperate housewife! Eva Longoria will guest star on the hit FOX series playing Charlotte Frost, the director of the state gaming commission who has the power to make or break Lucious’ (Terrence Howard) dreams of expanding the Empire reach to Las Vegas. According to Deadline, Longoria’s guest spot will come this spring.
Speaking of guest turns, former Graceland star Serinda Swan will turn up in a recurring role on the third season of HBO’s Ballers. According to Deadline, Swan will play Chloe Day, a hotel management executive at one of the nicest resort hotels in Las Vegas. The role is expected to span the length of Season 3.