Daily: Big Brother Renewed, American Horror Story, Ethan Hawke and Vincent D’Onofrio on NBC

Here’s your Daily for 9/14/2011.

CBS has renewed Big Brother for a 14th season.

ABC has landed a comedy project from Easy A’s Will Gluck. The single-camera comedy, titled Walk of Shame, is based on a group of New York-based friends in their twenties.

NBC’s upcoming primetime newsmagazine anchored by Brian Williams will be called Rock Center with Brian WilliamsMeredith Vieira has been named a special correspondent for the show.

Lee Majors and Shirley Jones have signed on to play the parents of Raising Hope’s Burt Chance.

Tania Raymonde will guest star on the upcoming season of Hawaii Five-0. She will play Trisha, a married woman caught up in a love triangle between her husband and the volleyball coach she’s sleeping with. you might remember her as Rousseau’s daughter on Lost.

Fox has ordered a script, to be executive produced and penned by Brandon Camp, based on the DC hero The Spectre.

Sarah Paulson will play medium Billie Dean during a four-episode arc of American Horror Story.

NBC has greenlit a cop series starring Ethan Hawke and Vincent D’Onofrio. Blue Tilt will star Hawke and D’Onofrio as two seasoned homicide detectives — one married and one divorced — as they solve cases while dealing with their wives/ex-wives and kids.

Dallas vet Ken Kercheval will reprise his role as Ewing family rival Cliff Barnes for multiple episodes of the TNT reboot. The series will premiere next summer.

Wentworth Miller has booked a guest stint on House. He will play the patient of the week that is a real altruist. The question is, is that a symptom?

Michael J. Fox will reprise his role as Alicia’s morally flexible nemesis Louis Canning for “three or four episodes,”  of The Good Wife executive producer Robert King confirms.

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