TVLine Items: Roseanne Drops By The Office, Dallas Returns to a Series Low and More

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TVLine Items: Roseanne Drops By The Office, Dallas Returns to a Series Low and More
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TVLine Items: Roseanne Drops By The Office, Dallas Returns to a Series Low and More

Roseanne Barr is coming to The Office to help make Andy’s wildest dreams come true.

TVLine has confirmed that the comedienne will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the departing NBC comedy as Carla, a big-time talent agent who offers to help an increasingly aloof (and currently MIA) Andy break into showbiz. (The Associated Press first reported the news.)

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Production on Barr’s installment begins this week.

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• Fresh off of CBS’ ill-fated Partners, Michael Urie has nabbed a guest spot on Hot in Cleveland, airing this July. Per EW.com, the Ugly Betty alum will play an in-demand wedding planner whose work catches Victoria’s eye.

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• TNT’s Dallas ran into a case of the winter blahs on Monday night, as its Season 2 premiere drew a series-low 3 million total viewers, down sharply from both its summertime series launch (6.9 million) and its freshman finale (4.3 mil). Amongst the coveted 18-49 demo, Dallas returned to just over a million viewers, down 27 percent from its Season 1 average.

• Elsewhere in Ratingsland, USA Network’s WWE Monday Night Raw this week grappled with its best demo numbers since July 23, 2012 — including a total audience of 5 million viewers.

• Star Wars vet Mark Hamill will play a co-worker of Star Trek‘s George Takei in an upcoming episode of The Neighbors, per TVGuide.com.

• In today’s “Why?!” news: MTV has given the green light to Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life, a new docu-series that follows the recording artist.

• ABC has opted to air Canadian import Motive this summer. The drama centers on why a crime was committed, rather than who committed it. The cast includes Kristin Lehman (The Killing), Louis Ferreira (SGU Stargate Universe), Lauren Holly (NCIS) and Roger Cross (24).

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