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BUT STILL NOT BETTER THAN DUDES ON MOTORCYCLES NEWS

... Last night's American Horror Story:Coven finale drew the eyeballs of 4.2 million total viewers in its first airing (the number jumps to 5.8 million once you add encores), making it the most-watched AHS finale to date. Coven also happens to be the most-watched season of AHS to date. Perhaps this isn't all that surprising given the caliber of the Season 3 cast; Jessica Lange and Frances Conroy are legendary actresses, sure, but the addition of Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett definitely helped to raise the bar. Once Live+7 numbers are in, the episode could end up being the series highest-rated hour ever. [FX via press release]


BUSINESS TIME

... Matthew McConaughey and Amy Adams will both appear on Inside the Actors Studio in February. Adams' episode airs Wednesday, February 19 at 8pm, and McConaughey's will follow on Thursday, February 20 at 8pm. I really hope James Lipton asks the tough questions of McConaughey, like "Do you still love high school girls?" and "What was it like to work with Jennifer Lopez?" [Bravo via press release]

... Ian Ziering and Tara Reid recently pooled their money together and realized they only have enough for a forty of Colt 45 and a Snickers, so it looks like both of them will return to Syfy for Sharknado 2: The Second One. Negotiations were said to be "tense," but Ziering finally agreed to let Reid buy the 12-pack of Busch Light and now they're cool again. [NY Daily News]

... Jerry Seinfeld has confirmed that he's filmed something relating to or about Seinfeld, but won't say much else on the topic. Is it a reunion? Is it a dream sequence in Veep in which Selina is convinced she's Elaine (please, oh please let it be this)? Of course, what actually counts as a reunion is highly debatable, at least according to TV.com's resident Reunion Export Tim Surette, so I'll reserve judgement until we know more about the project. [CBS New York]

... This just in: David Tennant's American accent is said to be "fantastic," according to Broadchurch/Gracepoint creator Chris Chibnall. Chibnall then exclaimed, "Allons-y, we've got work to do!" before running off and screaming "Geronimo!" at the top of his lungs. [RadioTimes]

... WGN America, which will soon be home of Hobo Shane West, will also soon be home to the less hobo-ish Sherlock Holmes. The network has acquired the exclusive off-network rights to CBS's hit drama Elementary. Maybe it's actually time to figure out where that WGN America station is in your cable package, friends. [CBS via press release]

... Nominations for the 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards were announced today, and the nominees include Orphan BlackPretty Little LiarsOrange Is the New Black, and Supernatural. I don't want to appear biased, but #TeamFelix. [TV Line]

... MTV has ordered to series Finding Carter, a new 12-episode drama from Lizzie McGuire creator Terri Minsky. Kathryn Prescott, who just landed a guest-starring role on The CW's Reign, will play the lead character of Carter Stevens, a girl who discovers that her fun-loving mom actually kidnapped her as a baby, and now she must return to her biological family. This could be successful, but I think it needs more hunky werewolves. [Variety]

...Earlier today we showed you the official trailer for Robert Rodriquez's From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series. Now we can tell you that it will also celebrate its world premiere at SXSW 2014. There's no official date or time yet, but if you're going to SXSW, maybe add it to your to-do list. [El Rey via press release]

.. TLC has ordered to series My Five Wives, which is exactly what is sounds like. Did we need another polygamy show? And furthermore, did TLC need another polygamy show? It debuts March 9. [TLC via press release]

... ABC has given pilot orders to both Selfie and Damaged Goods. The former is a comedy from Suburgatory's Emily Kapnek, and follows a 20-something woman who's obsessed with social media until she goes through a humiliating breakup and becomes a viral video sensation herself. That leads me right into Damaged Goods, which is from Awkward.'s Lauren Iungerich and explores the "sexual politics that have changed between men and women in this post-feminist era." Discuss. [EW]



CASTING NEWS

... Now that Jennifer Carpenter is free of Dexter's murderous (and bearded) clutches, she's landed a role in the new ABC pilot Sea of Fire, where she'll play an FBI agent. *insert clever ocean joke here* The premise is this: When three small-town teenagers featured in a porno turn up missing and/or dead, Carpenter's character Leah is called in to investigate. The project is based on yet another Dutch series called Vuurzee. I think I'd be a bit more intrigued if this wasn't on ABC. Whatchu guys think? It'd be cool on cable, right? [TV Line]

... Friday Night Light's Dora Madison Burge (formerly known as Madison Burge) has signed on for a pretty big role in The CW's new teen alien drama Star-Crossed. The part will reunite her with former FNL costars Aimee Teegarden and Grey Damon, though I don't remember Becky's path ever crossing with either Julie Taylor or Hastings Ruckle, so maybe it'll be super awkward on set. Hmmmm. ANYWAY, Burge will play Zoe, a member of the cool kids' club who might not be exactly what she seems. Kind of like Becky in a way, I guess. [Zap2It]

... Chef Robert Irvine, who generally frightens me and makes me never want to go on national TV for fear that he might track me down and tell me that taquitos are not an adequate source of nutrition, is guest-starring on Melissa and Joey on February 5 as celebrity chef Malcolm Sunderland. Unsurprisingly, he doesn't get along well with Joe and they butt heads over cooking styles. SEE WHAT I'M SAYING? [ABC Family via press release]


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