By Kate Ward
November 15, 2010 at 10:57 PM EST

  • You better werq…that DVR: RuPaul’s Drag Race has been renewed for a third season by Logo, and is set to return to the small, fabulous screen January 2011. [PR Newswire]
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  • Under-appreciated no more? Michael Keaton has signed a deal with HBO to executive produce, direct, and star in projects on the network. [Variety]
  • Rosemarie DeWitt (Rachel Getting Married) will star alongside Emily Blunt in Lynn Shelton’s semi-improvised feature about a man (Mark Duplass) who comes between two sisters. Time to consult another Rosemary? [Variety]
  • CBS has picked up a new comedy from ‘Til Death creators Cathy Yuspa and Josh Goldsmith about a married couple who cope with an empty nest after their children head off to college. [Deadline]
  • TLC has renewed Freaky Eaters for a second season. Let’s celebrate with one of these. And these. And these. [THR]
  • 90210‘s Shenae Grimes, True Blood‘s Marshall Allman, and Twilight‘s Alex Meraz have all joined the cast of Sugar, an indie drama about a young woman (Grimes) who is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Apparently she tuned into the first half of 90210‘s first season. [Variety]
  • Hardcore Pawn, TruTV’s reality series centered on Detroit pawn shop American Jewelry and Loan, will get a second season after the show premiered to record ratings on the network in August. Because some basic cable channels aren’t afraid to show family jewels… [Deadline]
  • Sons & Daughters star Amanda Walsh will topline the CW’s Danni Lowinski, which follows a hairdresser-turned-lawyer who opens a practice in a mall kiosk. Cinnabon v. Orange Julius sure to be a toughie. [Deadline]
  • They have a deal, Jerry! NBC is developing a comedy with Seinfeld‘s Spike Feresten about Los Angeles 20-somethings starring Nick Thune.  [Deadline]
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