Lorelai would never do Billy Baldwin, Changes at The Hour, Jessi heads for The Hills and more


William Baldwin is set to join Parenthood next season as a love interest for Lauren Graham’s Sarah. You know this is something Lorelai would totally make fun of. Anyway, Baldwin will play Adam’s (Peter Krause) boss, so consider it a Dirty Sexy Money mini-reunion.

— Turns out that an earthquake won’t be the only thing that the West Bev crew will have to worry about during 90210’s season premiere, Kim and Khloe Kardashian will be guest starring. Khloe wrote on her blog that she and her sister will play “exaggerated” versions of themselves.

— Not only will 30 Rock’s Cheyenne Jackson be guest starring on the new season of Curb Your Enthusiasm , but the actor has also signed up to play the new rival coach of Vocal Adrenaline on the upcoming second season of Glee.

— In other Glee news, the cast will appear in an episode of The Simpsons later this year. Also signed up for the 22nd season are Hugh Lourie, Paul Rudd, Halle Berry, Cheech and Chong, Jon Hamm, Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg and even Wallace and Gromit.

— Looks like George StroumboulopoulosThe Hour might be getting a name change when it returns this fall, but could the change mean that The Hour  is scaling down to a 30 minute show?

Rachel Bilson will return to How I Met Your Mother this upcoming season as Cindy, the mother’s roommate.

— While Desperate Housewives might end after its ninth season, here are some details on Wisteria Lane’s newest residents. Vanessa Williams is set to play Renee Perry, Lynette’s frenemy, who moves to the cul-de-sac after going through a rough patch with her rich athlete husband. Meanwhile, Brian Austin Green will play a contractor whom Bree hires and falls for. FYI, Greg Vaughan (ex-Lucky, General Hospital) tested for the contractor role before it was given to BAG.

Eric Christian Olsen has been upped to regular status on NCIS: LA.

— Not only is James Marsters playing a villain on the new Hawaii Five-O, but he’ll also be returning to Smallville as Brainiac.

The After Show’s Jessi Cruickshank is moving to Los Angeles for a secret gig. The hostess promises not to go blonde or get ten surgeries in one day.


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