NEWS ROUNDUP: Olympic Torch On EASTENDERS, Justin Deeley Out At 90210, Liane Balaban Joins SUPERNATURAL

EASTENDERS star Perry Fenwick nervous over Olympics role
Viewers will see the actor's hapless alter-ego Billy Mitchell hold the Olympic torch live in a special episode of the BBC1 soap later this month.

Fenwick, 50, told the Radio Times: "I come in of a morning and do a few laps of Albert Square. I basically want to find every pothole so the crew can fill them in. I've started thinking, 'God, it's not far away now'. I've been having these bizarre actor/athlete dreams where I've got no trousers on or I'm tripping up. It's a weird blurring of fiction and reality."

Some Shows Need Commercials. Ad Age Nominates HBO's THE NEWSROOM
"This may be the video equivalent of having 10 bowls of Total -- without milk."

Archie, pals to find 'Glee' in crossover
Now, Archie, Betty, Veronica and resident boy genius Dilton Doiley will match wits — and maybe a vocal or two — with the likes of Finn Hudson, Kurt Hummel and Rachel Berry in the pages of Archie Comics, said Jon Goldwater, the co-chief executive officer.

SUPERNATURAL Casts Sam's New Love Interest
The CW series has cast Liane Balaban in the recurring role of Amelia, who is described as “a tragedy-damaged soul” that “soon reveals herself to be a brave, sweet, smart, sarcastic woman.”

Sara Ramirez Gets Married
The Grey's Anatomy star, 36, said "I do" to Ryan Debolt during an intimate ceremony in New York on Wednesday.

SONS OF ANARCHY Season 5 Teaser


Justin Deeley Poised to Exit 90210
According to sources, the actor — who first joined 90210 last year as Austin, a California cowboy with a thing for AnnaLynne McCord’s Naomi — will be written out in the season premiere (airing Monday, Oct. 8 at 8/7c). However, a rep for the show maintains that the “door is still open for him to reappear in future episodes.”

ONCE UPON A TIME wants Jorge Garcia
The drama's creators (and former LOST producers) Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis revealed they are hoping to find a part for Garcia now that his ALCATRAZ has been canceled.

Is Binge-Watching TV Bad?
"I’m not saying that you must watch a show when it originally airs in order to fully enjoy it. Catching up on shows after they’ve aired is the only way anyone could keep pace with all the good TV out there these days. But there’s a proper way to do so, one that maintains the integrity of the art form."

Wayne Brady: 'I'll Gladly Slap The Sh*t Out Of Bill Maher' Over Obama Remark
In an interview on Aisha Tyler's podcast, "Girl on Guy," Brady takes issue with fellow comedian Bill Maher for repeatedly referring to President Obama as "your Wayne Brady," then slams Maher for his reputed preference in black women.

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