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Today's TWoP News: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

by Ashley Chervinski December 13, 2011 12:43 pm
Today's TWoP News: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

From Spy Kids to... dealing human organs on the black market?

Daryl Sabara, best known as Juni Cortez from the Spy Kids series, will guest star on Grimm's "Hansel and Gretel" episode, which has the most disturbing twist yet. Hanson (Sabara) and Gracie (Hannah Marks) are homeless teens living on the streets of Portland, where they get caught up in the world of dealing human organs on the black market. Uhh, I don't know about you, but I'd rather take a witch in a gingerbread house.

The League has been renewed for a fourth season! Let's all find a nasty-yet-hilarious way to rejoice.

Here are some more details Michael Jackson Glee episode, if you're nasty. (That's Janet? Whatever.)

Mark Moses (who you may remember as Paul Young on Desperate Housewives and Duck Phillips on Mad Men), will join The Killing as a new detective that joins the investigation. Based on his characters' track records, I wouldn't be surprised if it was an inside job.

Lisa Rinna will return to Days of Our Lives this spring, because really, what else is there for her to do? Guest star on Community again (Actually...)

Netflix is finalizing a deal for a 13-episode order of Hemlock Grove, with Eli Roth executive producing and directing. In what sounds like the most vague-yet-guaranteed-to-be-extremely-gory-and-creepy premise, the series "reimagines" what it means to be a monster reflected in the struggle to be human.

In news that totally makes sense, Eva Longoria sold a legal drama to The CW. The one-hour drama, Vega v. Vega, follows a young lawyer who is forced into business with her mother, who she has a love/hate relationship with. Well, I guess she's gotta do something now that Housewives is almost done, and what better than a legal twist on Hart of Dixie?

Sarah Palin and Mark Burnett are attempting to pitch the most unnecessary reality series ever about Todd's snowmobile adventures. TLC and A&E, who entered a bidding war for her first disaster of a show, already passed on it. I swear, the Palins are almost as bad as the Kardashians.

Russell Brand is in talks with New Girl producers Chernin Entertainment and 20th Century Fox TV for a possible half-hour cartoon, which is kind of perfect for Brand, because there are only so many times he can play a variation of himself in a movie.

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