— CBS has decided bring back 2 Broke Girls earlier than planned. The Kat Dennings/Beth Behrs comedy series, which was set to return in midseason, will now premiere its fifth season on Thursday, November 12 at 9:30 p.m, in the timeslot that was originally intended for the Jane Lynch sitcom Angel From Hell. No word yet how this will impact City’s fall schedule as The Mindy Project is expected to debut in that time period on November 4, after having been premiering online at Citytv.com a day following its premiere on Hulu.
— The CW has cancelled America’s Next Top Model and will air its series finale as Cycle 22 concludes on December 4. ANTM premiered on UPN in 2003 and crossed over to The CW when UPN and The WB merged in 2006, making Supernatural the last UPN/The WB era show left.
— The CW also recently announced that Beauty and the Beast would wrap up after its fourth season in 2016. The Toronto shot series has aired on Showcase in Canada.
— Parks & Rec fav Nick Offerman will guest star on Brooklyn Nine-Nine this November as the ex-boyfriend of Andre Braugher‘s character. Offerman currently recurs on Fargo and guest starred on last week’s episode of The Muppets.
— Younger will premiere its second season on January 12 with a one-hour outing on TV Land in the U.S. No word yet when it will debut on M3 in Canada.
— Kingdom will premiere its second season on Bravo in Canada on Wednesday, November 9 at 10 p.m.