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scott cohen gi Gilmore guy flies the Pan Am skies; Chuck star has a date with Teenage DaughterLots of casting news, including bits on “Glee,” “Happy Endings” and “Pan Am,” makes up this edition of TV snacks. Eat up:

- Former “Gilmore Girls” guy Scott Cohen will take to the air in a guest arc on ABC’s new drama “Pan Am.” Cohen, lately of USA’s “Necessary Roughness,” will appear in three episodes as a vice president of the airline. He’ll first appear in… Continue reading 'Gilmore' guy flies the 'Pan Am' skies; 'Chuck' star has a date with 'Teenage Daughter'

carrie anne moss gi Chuck enters the matrix with Carrie Anne Moss“Chuck” has cast a love interest for Adam Baldwin’s character, and she should be more than up to the task of keeping pace with John Casey.

“The Matrix” star Carrie-Anne Moss has signed on for a multi-episode run on the NBC series’ final season, EW reports. She’s the second big guest star to join Season 5 of the show; it was announced at Comic-Con that Mark… Continue reading 'Chuck' enters the matrix with Carrie-Anne Moss

buffy season 9 comic book Comic Con 2011: Saturday brings Joss Whedon, Vampire Diaries, Chuck and more

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With the Thursday (July 21) and Friday (July 22) schedules already locked in, Comic-Con has released the list of events for Saturday (July 23). And if you weren’t overwhelmed before, you probably are now.

But in the best way possible, of course. Saturday includes television panels and screenings for “Chuck,”

“We were drunk when we compiled this schedule.”—NBC

The Peacock has bared its plumage for the fall season, unveiling its 2011-2012 premiere schedule today—the last of the major networks to do so. It’ll be another rebuilding year for NBC as the network struggles to regain its one-time glory after a string of embarrassing years; the new schedule will rely heavily on the network’s newly-branded Music Mondays, which have… Continue reading NBC's Premiere Schedule Gives Chuck a Late Start

Chuck Lorre’s latest vanity card slams an actor as an erratic junkie on his sitcom set who was “impossible to work with.” And the performer was… a monkey? This just aired after The Big Bang Theory on the East Coast. You be the judge: Dear Concerned Viewers, Thanks to the magic of computer graphics, the  Chuck Lorre’s latest vanity card knocks erratic, junkie performer

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