TV Tidbits: Lindsay Lohan Bails on Barbara Walters, Matthew Perry Will Return to ‘Good Wife’

ALTMatthew Perry to Further Torment Chris Noth: Well, on The Good Wife, anyway. Despite a demanding filming schedule in Los Angeles for his new hit sitcom Go On, Perry has found a way to reprise his role as Mike Kresteva, an attorney who is running for the governorship against Noth’s character, Peter. [Deadline]

Gossip Girl Will Show Her Face: Though we highly doubt that she will be THE Gossip Girl, we’re as excited as Kristen Bell was when she saw that sloth to learn that she’ll most likely be making a guest appearance on the show’s Dec. 17 finale. [TVLine]

Haven Gets a Fourth: Haven, the SyFy drama based on Stephen King’s novella The Colorado Kid, just received a 13-episode order for a fourth season. It will debut in 2013, with Gabrielle Stanton of Moonlight stepping to the plate to run the series, along with current exec producer Matt McGinnis. [Deadline]

Lohan Bails: Well, at least no one has to PAY her bail. But Lindsay did bail on her highly anticipated 20/20 interview with Barbara Walters, which was set to air Nov. 16. She was going to promote her upcoming Lifetime movie Liz & Dick, but Deadline’s sources claim that her people were dissatisfied with direction of the interview. [Deadline]

Brickleberry Lands a Second Season: Looks like Daniel Tosh has a reason to celebrate: Brickleberry, the animated park ranger comedy he exec produces, just landed a 13-episode second season order from Comedy Central. The show does well in the male young adult demo which is, um, not surprising. [Deadline]

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