Happy Endings is officially done, new Game of Thrones prince, new podcast and more!

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— So this is like the worst news ever (this week — at least). Sony TV has ended their search for a new home for our beloved series, Happy Endings. It’s really really sad. TBS and even NBC were considered after talks between Sony and USA Network ended earlier this month. Ugh, sucks to you ABC. According to TV Line, the actors can now officially look for new jobs as their contracts with the show have ended.

— The first major casting announcement for Game of Thrones‘ fourth season: Chilean actor Pedro Pascal has joined the series as Prince Oberyn Martell aka the Red Viper. This guy’s sister was killed by the Lannisters when the Mad King was overthrown.

So many people are leaving Glee you guys and I’m not just talking about the four people who still watch the show. Original cast members Heather Morris (Brittany), Mark Salling (Puck), Amber Riley (Mercedes) and Harry Shum Jr. (Mike) are all out. Oh, say what? It’s not 2009 anymore? You don’t really care? Okay then.

— TPTB at Anger Management have given Brian Austin Green a full-time job.

David Bowie has been offered a role on NBC’s Hannibal. I say go for it, because it brings Bowie to Toronto (where the show films in case you didn’t know).

— Sony Pictures wants to make a Captain Planet movie.

— FX is looking to adapt Last of the Mohicans as a limited series.

— Yes! Ken Marino will return as Vinnie Van Lowe in the Veronica Mars movie…he’ll also have a recurring role in the final season of Eastbound & Down.

— Over at MSN.ca, we have a list of the best “shot in Canada” TV shows…check it out here.

General Hospital‘s Kelly Sullivan (Connie, once-upon-a-DID Kate) confirmed her exit from the show. She also took to soc-media to let fans know that her exit had nothing to do with her contract being up, she’s simply being written off the show.

— In this week’s We Have No Friends podcast, we discussed Under the Dome, Divergent, Big Brother 15, Mad Men and more. Check it out:

 

 

 

 

 

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