Daily: Glee, Teen Wolf, House, Castle, and More!

Here’s your Daily for 7/13/2011.

Bad news for some Gleekers out there. It was revealed yesterday that three cast members won’t be back after this season (season 3). Glee regulars Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer will not be back for the fourth season of the Fox musical hit as their characters will graduate from the fictional high school.

Rebecca Mader will guest star on an upcoming episode of Alphas as an Alpha with a mysterious power you won’t believe.

George Harrison: Living in the Material World, Martin Scorsese’s doc on the former Beatle, has been acquired by HBO for a two-part airing on Oct. 5 and 6 of this year.

Mike Fleiss, the creator of reality hits like The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, has been announced as an executive producer for the CW’s upcoming reality project, H8R, which matches disliked stars and the real-life people who hate them.

NBCUniversal and Netflix have renewed their deal for TV and movie rights. Included in the deal are shows like The Office, 30 Rock, and Parenthood (on one season delays) as well as content from sister networks including Pysch and Warehouse 13.

MTV has decided to pick up Teen Wolf for a second season.

Madeline Zima will guest star on the ninth episode of Royal Pains this season as a nanny to the asthmatic son of a movie star and his wife.

Jesse Spencer will be returning as Dr. Chase for season 8 of House.

Brea Grant will appear on season six as Masuka’s intern, Ryan Chambers.

Kal Penn is returning to TV with a major recurring role on How I Met Your Mother. He may play a potential love interest for Robin.

Penny Johnson Jerald is the new boss on Castle. She’ll play Captain Victoria Gates, a by-the-book former Internal Affairs investigator who instantly clashes with Castle.

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