Biz Break: Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe Take a Bath Together
Over on the USA Network, they have recently announced the cancellations of both Sarah Shahi's "Fairly Legal" and Michael Ealy's "Common Law." No great loss in either respect, and it frees both actors to take on roles better suited to their talent and prettiness. Man, that Ealy: No one has more soulful eyes. Burn Notice will be returning for a seventh season.
In a surprise to no one, Mitt Romney has nailed down the Montgomery Burns endorsement.
Brendan Fraser had a new TNT show, "Legends," in which he'd play a CIA Agent, but Brendan Fraser now no longer has a TNT show, as he's left citing creative differences.
Meanwhile, AMC has renewed Hell on Wheels for a third season, but has not put that renewal on hold until they can find a new show runner after its existing one departed.
HBO has picked up eight episodes of a new series from Stephen Merchant, co-creator of the BBC's "The Office." He'll co-write "Hello Ladies" with former American "The Office" writer-producers Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky. The series will also star Merchant as a "6 foot-7 Merchant as a gawky Englishman searching for the woman of his dreams in Los Angeles. Half as charming as he thinks he is -- and twice as desperate -- he's obsessed with infiltrating the glamorous world of beautiful people."
Finally, the image above comes from the dark comedy "A Young Doctor's Notebook," a four-part series set to air in Britain based on the short stories of Mikhail Bulgakov, in which Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm play the same character at different stages of life.