TV Tidbits: ‘Happy Endings’ Star May Be the ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Mother

Is Casey Wilson the mother on How I Met Your Mother?

Will It Be a Happy Ending For How I Met Your Mother?: Given that Ted just told the world that he’d meet “the mother” in 45 days… we imagine that duel Happy Endings/How I Met Your Mother fans will be thrilled to learn that Penny herself, Casey Wilson, will be guest starring on the show’s May 13 finale. She’ll play one half of a couple eating dinner at the same place as Robin and Barney, but hey… you never know… [TVLine]

Death Comes to Royal Pains: Don’t worry — your favorite doctors are fine. But American Horror Story: Asylum‘s Angel of Death Frances Conroy will be stopping by for a multi-episode visit next season. Conroy will play Blythe Ballard, a Hamptons socialite who lives next door to Hank and Evan who is treated by the former. [TVLine]

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Continuum Will Continue…Um…: We are not above cheesy puns, here. SyFy’s freshman drama Continuum, which stars Rachel Nichols, has been picked up for a 13-episode second season. The show, which shoots in Canada, will premiere on Syfy June 7th at 10PM. [TVLine]

The Verdict Is: CBS has made the decision to end Judge Joe Brown after 15 years. The long-running syndicated court show will not return after finishing this season. “Judge Joe Brown will not be returning for another season. We would like to thank Joe for 15 great years, as well as executive producer John Terenzio and the entire staff for all their hard work and dedication to the show,” a CBS spokesperson said. [Deadline]

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Television Editor Shaunna Murphy was born and raised in the Philadelphia suburbs of New Jersey. Largely shunned by her peers, she struck up friendships with the likes of Buffy Summers and the X-Men in their stead. After graduating from NYU where she studied political journalism, she moved to Los Angeles when she realized that writing about reality TV is a much nobler pursuit. She now lives in New York, again, with her two cats — Arya Stark and Joffrey Baratheon.