Daily for 4-26-2011

The CW’s The Vampire Diaries has been renewed for a third season. Gossip Girl, Supernatural and 90210 are also all coming back, along with a first-ever all-star edition of America’s Next Top Model.

Ron Livingston has been cast as Mark Wallace, senior advisor to the McCain-Palin ticket for the HBO movie Game Change.

Aaron Sorkin’s buzzy HBO pilot, More as This Story Develops, is in talks to cast Olivia Munn and Alison Pill.

CBS has let go Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green, the creators of freshman cop-drama, Blue Bloods. Rumor has it, CBS wants the series to be more procedural.

Yahoo has just completed a deal to purchase relative software newcomer IntoNow for between $20 and $30 million. Well, time to say goodbye to another innovative service.

Elisabeth Harnois, who co-starred on CBS’ Miami Medical, will be joining the cast of CSI as a series regular.

Keith Olbermann’s new show has the same title as his last show. Countdown with Keith Olbermann will begin June 20th on Current TV.

Burn Notice has tapped Lauren Stamile to play a major recurring role in the show’s forthcoming fifth season. Stamile’s character, Kim Pearce, is described as a brilliant, unpredictable and formidable operative sent by the CIA to investigate the murder of one of their own. She leans on Michael to help her find the killer, only to learn that Michael himself may be involved.

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