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by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 13th 2009 12:30PM
Melissa George parts ways with Seattle Grace, Fox pulls the plug on 'Prison Break' and more ...

'Prison Break' can't seem to catch a break. Today, Fox announced the network is pulling the plug on the break-out series after just four seasons. The final four episodes are scheduled to air beginning Apr. 17 at 8PM.

Meanwhile, Melissa George is saying goodbye to 'Grey's Anatomy.' The actress, who plays Dr. Sadie Harris, says she's leaving 'Grey's' to do other things, but insists the decision was amicable. Hard to believe, given the show's history. But we'll take her word for it.

See more of today's TV headlines, casting scoops and premiere dates after the jump.

Top TV Headlines

    Heigl Returning to 'Grey's Anatomy'

    Katherine Heigl is sticking with 'Grey's Anatomy,' says the Hollywood Reporter. Sources claim that Heigl's option has been picked up, although ABC has yet to confirm anything. Memo to the writers: Whatever you do, don't bring Izzie back as a ghost. (Jun. 19)


    'NCIS: LA' Is on the Hunt

    Linda Hunt is joining 'NCIS: LA.' The Oscar winner will play a new character on the series, reports the Hollywood Reporter, whose backroom support staff is in charge of supplying Callen's (Chris O'Donnell) team with various cars and gadgets. Hunt replaces Louise Lombard, who co-starred in the backdoor pilot earlier this year. (Jun. 19)

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    Speidi Books 'Celebrity' Finale

    Heidi and Spencer Pratt are coming back to 'I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me out of Here!' The infamous 'Hills' couple, who have tried to quit the show more times than we can count, will appear with the entire cast on the Jun. 25 finale, according to US Mag. We'll believe it when we see it. (Jun. 19)


    Bissett Moves In to 'Melrose Place'

    Josie Bissett is returning to her 'Melrose Place' roots. Sources say Bissett, who played Jane Andrews Mancini on the original Fox series, will reprise her role for at least one episode, according to PEOPLE. And if she's smart, she'll stay away from Michael this time. (Jun. 19)

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    'Real Housewives' Goes Out With a Bang

    Tuesday's season finale of 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey' was the franchise's highest-rated finale ever, says the Live Feed. 3.5 million viewers turned in to see an hour's worth of yelling, name-calling and table-flipping -- or, you know, just another day in Jersey. (Jun. 19)


    MacFarlane to 'Flash Forward'
    'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane is joining the cast of 'Flash Forward.' According to the Live Feed, MacFarlane has been cast as a recurring FBI agent after he reportedly fell in love with the script. 'Flash Forward' premieres Thu., Sept. 24, 8PM on ABC. (Jun. 19)

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    Rycroft Joins 'Good Morning America'

    Melissa Rycroft has just booked a new gig with 'Good Morning America.' Sources claim the ex-'Bachelor' and 'Dancing With the Stars' contestant will be featured as a special contributor, working on 8 to 10 pieces during the summer. The new job is said to "start soon," reports Access Hollywood. Looks like getting dumped was the best thing that could have happened to her. (Jun. 18)


    Knight Leaving Grey's Anatomy

    T. R. Knight is checking out of 'Grey's Anatomy' for good. Knight, whose character flatlined during the season finale, has been released from his contract, scoops the Ausiello Files, officially ending his five-season run on the series. Surely this isn't a good sign for Katherine Heigl's Iizzie. Get the full story at PopEater.


    Emmys Change Date

    The Emmy Awards are on the move ... again, says the Hollywood Reporter. The ceremony will now air on Sun., Sept. 20, not Sept. 13, in an attempt to avoid a scheduling conflict with the MTV Music Video Awards. Because we all know how much the teens love Emmys. (Jun. 18)

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    Green Lands Big 'Smallville' Role

    Brian Austin Green will appear on the 9th season of 'Smallville,' says TV Guide. Green, who was previously in talks for Robert Buckley's role on 'One Tree Hill,' will play the villainous Metallo in at least two episodes, beginning with the season premiere on Fri., Sept. 25. We wonder which '90210' alum the CW will snag next. (Jun. 18)

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