Come on get happy: Happy Endings‘ recently pulled episodes have found a home.
Last week’s two installments of the cult comedy — which were delayed in some markets due to ongoing coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings — have been rescheduled for this Friday, April 26, beginning at 8/7c.
Because of the change, Happy Endings‘ final pair of Season 3 installments are now slated to air Friday, May 3.
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• Anyone craving another bowl of Soup? E! is developing a spin-off if its long-running, clip-show comedy. Titled The Soup Investigates, the project is described as a spoof of the investigative TV genre, with Joel McHale and a team of reporters delving into various pop culture-themed mysteries. The cabler on Monday also gave the green light to Total Divas, a docu-series that follows the female WWE Superstars. On the scripted side, E! has put into development drama pilots from Gossip Girl‘s Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, One Tree Hill‘s Mark Schwann, House of Cards’ Kevin Spacey and many more.
• Adam Goldberg (NYC 22) will guest-star in Franklin & Bash‘s upcoming third season, EW.com reports, playing twin-brother magicians harboring bitter feelings toward each other. Jane Seymour (Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman) is also slated to return as Bash’s mom.
• Jessica Tuck (True Blood) and Robin Givens (90210) have booked recurring roles on Twisted, ABC Family’s newest series (bowing June 11). The project is a Dexter-eqsue drama about an alleged teenage sociopath. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Tuck will play the mother of a deceased student, with Givens joining as the outgoing mother of Kylie Bunbury’s Lacey.
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