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He’s tackled popular series like “True Blood,” “The Originals,” and “General Hospital,” and now Nathan Parsons (ex-Ethan Lovett) is moving on to conquer Internet television as the lead of Amazon’s new pilot, “Point of Honor!"
While his "White Collar" USA Network series gears up for its final swan song, former "Guiding Light" star Matt Bomer (ex-Ben Reade) has signed on for at least one episode of "American Horror Story: Freak Show," reports Entertainment Weekly, who spoke with show creator Ryan Murphy to get the scoop.
Former “General Hospital” star Nathan Parsons (ex-Ethan Lovett) is straddling sides in the great vampire/werewolf debate: In addition to recently being cast in the role of “True Blood’s” vampire James, the actor will be debuting on The CW’s “The Originals” tomorrow, Tuesday, February 4 — as a werewolf!
According to TVLine, Luke Grimes is exiting HBO's "True Blood" after reported creative differences with show producers over the future of his character, James. "He initially joined the show because he wanted to work with [his 'Forever' co-star] Deborah Ann Woll,” said an insider to the website. “But when he started reading the scripts for Season 7, he was disappointed to learn that they were going in a completely different direction with James." Grimes joined the cast of the series in season 6, which found James mostly sexing it up with Woll's Jessica.
Beginning Friday, July 26 and running through Sunday, July 28, "The Young and the Restless'" Leslie Stevens (Rose Turner) will join the cell block tango in "Chicago: The Musical." The actress will be appearing alongside such heavy weights as Lucy Lawless, Drew Carey, Stephen Moyer, Ashley Simpson and others at the Hollywood Bowl version of the Broadway hit.
HBO leads the Prime Emmy pack with 108 nominations, the most of any network this year. "Game of Thrones," which completed its third season earlier this year with record ratings, powers the network with 16 nominations. “Behind The Candelabra” received 15 nominations, “Phil Spector” received 11 nominations and “Boardwalk Empire” received 10 Nominations.
HBO has renewed its hit drama series "True Blood" for a seventh season, the network announced earlier this week. The new season premieres in summer 2014 with executive producer Brian Buckner returning as showrunner."'True Blood' remains a signature show for HBO, and a true phenomenon with our viewers," noted Michael Lombardo, president, HBO Programming. “Thanks to Brian Buckner and his talented team, the show continues to be a thrill ride like nothing else on TV."