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Syfy Renews 'Face Off,' 'Mad Men' and 'FNL' Faves Book TV Roles and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Mar 16th 2011 6:00PM
Face OffSyfy announced today that it's bringing back 'Face Off,' its reality competition to find Hollywood's best special effects makeup artists.

The show's first season averaged 1.4 million viewers, Deadline reports.

'Face Off' pits a combination of seasoned Hollywood pros and up-and-coming artists against each other in a series of timed challenges, TV Squad's own Mike Moody explained at the beginning of the season. The winner walked away with $1,000,000 and a year's worth of professional makeup supplies.

In other TV news ...

Disney has anointed the new heir to Miley Cyrus' crown: Debby Ryan. The 'Suite Life' starlet is the latest actress to get her own show on the channel. 'Jessie' follows a teenager from Texas who moves to New York and becomes an au pair for a wealthy family. [The Hollywood Reporter]

'Mad Men' still isn't officially coming back, but Rich Sommer has booked a guest role in the meantime. The man also known as Harry Crane will appear in an upcoming episode of 'Nikita' as an electrical engineer and CIA consultant who helps Nikita break into Division. [TV Line]

Recent 'Vampire Diaries' and 'Chuck' guest star Lauren Cohan has scored her own CW show. The actress will play a young female attorney who tackles cases with a former angel. '90210' star Ryan Eggold has also landed a lead role. Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' guest star Kevin Zegers will play one of the leads on Josh Schwartz's 'Georgetown' pilot. [Deadline]

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Lori Loughlin, Ryan Eggold Leaving '90210'

by Jean Bentley, posted Jan 26th 2011 1:37PM
Lori Loughlin, Ryan Eggold, 90210When the '90210' West Beverly High gang matriculates into college next season -- at California University, maybe? -- a couple of characters will be left behind.

According to TVLine, Lori Loughlin and Ryan Eggold will exit the show at the end of the season. Since the show's teenagers will be living the college life during season 4, it makes sense that Wilson mama Loughlin and West Bev teacher Eggold wouldn't stick around.

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'90210' Star Ryan Eggold Talks Season 3, Robotic Babies and 9/02/10 Day

by Kim Potts, posted Sep 13th 2010 4:00PM
Ryan Eggold'90210' fans have probably already heard that tonight's third season premiere (8PM, ET, The CW) will include an earthquake that takes out one character, and that, sometime in season 3, a West Beverly student will come out as gay,

Meanwhile, Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) will be dealing with the sexual assault she suffered in last season's finale and 'Entourage' star Adrian Grenier will be guest-starring on the ept. 20 episode show with his band, The Honey Brothers.

But students aside, one of the biggest storylines in season 3 will revolve around English teacher Ryan Matthews, who found out he was having a baby with Jen, a woman he doesn't particularly like, and who, in her snobby way, made it clear to him that she doesn't think someone with a school teacher's salary is worthy of babydaddying her baby.

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The first look at the official 90210 cast and other news about the spin-off

by Isabelle Carreau, posted May 15th 2008 11:45AM
Earlier this week, The CW released this promotional picture of the 90210 regular cast. From left to right: Dustin Milligan, AnnaLynne McCord, Jessica Walter, Shenae Grimes, Tristan Wilds, Lori Loughlin, Ryan Eggold, Jessica Stroup and Michael Steger.

If you've been keeping up with information about the spin-off, you know that there is someone missing from that picture. No, it's not Jennie Garth or Tori Spelling since they will be recurring/guest stars. But it's the actor who'll play the pivotal character of Harry Mills, a father who relocates his family in Beverly Hills to take care of his mother.

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Jessica Walter joins the 90210 cast

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Apr 29th 2008 3:27PM
Jessica WalterThe Beverly Hills 90210 spin off was looking for an actress in her 60's who could play an actress and alcoholic. Who better for the role than Arrested Development's Jessica Walter? After all, she is an actress and her AD role of Lucille Bluth required that she pretends to be drinking/drunk in a lot of episodes!

TV Guide and Entertainment Weekly confirmed earlier today that the actress was cast in the lead role of Tabitha Mills, an actress who had her career prime in the 70s and who is now best friends with a liquor bottle. Worried about his mother's well-being, her son Harry moves his family to Beverly Hills.

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