by Amy K. Bredemeyer
Renewals, Cancellations, & Scheduling:
BBCAmerica's Being Human will return for a fifth season of six episodes.
FOX's Q'Viva: The Chosen is being shortened from two hours to ninety minutes... and it's moving to 11pm instead of 8pm on Saturday nights. Cops and Bones will fill the gap.
The CW's The LA Complex (which doesn't premiere in the US until April 24th) will expand its first season from six episodes to nineteen. The new episodes will air over the summer.
FOX has renewed Bones for an eighth season.
Animal Planet has renewed Pit Boss, My Cat from Hell, and Pit Bulls & Parolees.
MTV renewed The Challenge for a 23rd season and The Real World for a 28th season.
Nickelodeon will present Dora's Easter Adventure for the first time this Wednesday, April 4th at 10am ET/PT.
TLC has yet another reality competition show in the world. Craft Wars will being its 10-episode run on June 26th, hosted by Tori Spelling.
Cast & Plot Updates:
Jason Alexander will have a role on an upcoming episode of Two and a Half Men.
Lindsay Lohan and Whoopi Goldberg will both guest on Glee this season.
Shows in Development & Other Fun Stuff:
Netflix has decided to pass on Terra Nova after all, so consider it gone for good.
FX is looking at potentially making Fargo into a television show.
You may have known that you can watch the pilot for Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 early on ABC's website and on Hulu, but the second episode will also be available on April 2nd, a full nine days before the official debut.
NatGeo's Bid & Destroy will "give viewers an unprecedented look into the cutthroat, rough and demanding world of demolition." Twelve episodes are expected later this year.
Way back in October, Scott Baio was cast as the lead in Daddy's Home, an original show for Nick at Nite, but the network has ordered 20 episodes, to start filming later this year.
FX will have six installments of the untitled late show with Chris Rock & W. Kamau Bell, premiering this summer.
NBC is launching "NBC Kids" on Saturday, July 7th. This three-hour block will help meet the development needs of 2-5 year-olds.
Disney finally beat Nickelodeon in "average number of total daily viewers." If took them nearly 17 years to do so.