TLC Postpones Funeral-Themed Show: Last week in TV Tidbits, we told you about TLC’s upcoming special Best Funeral Ever—a show in which the Dallas-based Golden Gate Funeral Home where a staff is ready to organize the most unique and extravagant funerals ceremonies. However in light of Friday’s tragedy, the network has decided to delay the one-hour special until Sunday, Jan. 6 after Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’s Halloween special. [The Hollywood Reporter]
The People Spoke, Discovery Listened: Soon after Friday’s elementary school shooting in Connecticut, outraged citizens began posting angry messages on the Facebook page for Discovery Channel’s docu-series, American Guns. On Monday it was announced that American Guns will not be receiving a third season and the pro-gun series has been cancelled. [Deadline]
9021-Oh!: Looks like Jennifer Love Hewitt is getting a handsome new vistor when Lifetime’s The Client List returns next year. 90210’s Trevor Donovan is temporarily leaving his posh Beverly Hills show and headed over to The Rub—the secret prostitution massage parlor where Hewitt’s character, Riley Parks, works. Donovan will guest star in an upcoming episode as an NFL quarterback who has an odd dessert-driven fetish. Yum. [Zap2it]
Jack Black Starts New Web Project: According to a press release on Monday, Jack Black’s newest web comedy series is set to debut in Spring 2012. “Ghost Ghirls follows the comedic antics of two young female ghostbusters, played by Amanda Lund and Maria Blasucci–a pair of investigators attempting to solve the mysteries behind paranormal phenomena.” Jake Johnson, Molly Shannon, Jason Schwartzman and many others will gues star in the upcoming scripted paranormal procedural produced by Shine America and Black’s Electric Dynamite Productions.
Nashville Casts a New Face: Actress Ming-Na, known for her sporadic TV roles on E.R., Two and a Half Men, and Eureka, has been tapped to guest star on an upcoming episode of Nashville. Ming-Na will appear on the ABC drama’s 11 episode as Calista Reeves, a successful L.A. music label executive who is determined to lure Reyna (Connie Britton) away from Edgehill Records. [TV Line]
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