Hart of Dixie
The CW is rearranging the deck concerning its schedule. The netlet announced its new spring schedule, which includes the premieres of Star-Crossed on February 17 and The 100 on March 19.
The Tomorrow People, starring As The World Turns grad Peyton List, will be teleporting from Wednesdays to Mondays. Meanwhile, Hart of Dixie, featuring The Young and the Restless alum Wilson Bethel, is being shipped South to Fridays, where it will be paired with Aisha Tyler's Whose Line Is It Anyway. See The CW's new schedule after the jump!
Wilson Bethelrecently spoke with Zap2it about the upcoming third season of Hart of Dixie. After Wade confessed his love to the titular Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson), she vanished for the summer. Now she's back, and with a new boyfriend, much to the chagrin of a heartsick Wade. So what can fans of the Wade-Zoe pairing look forward to?
Wade still has some feelings and Zoe still has some feelings. It's complicated. That's probably the appropriate terminology.
The CW will kick off their Fall 2013 programming with the fifth season premiere of The Vampire Diaries. This will take place on Thursday, Oct. 3 and will be followed by the premiere of The Vampire Diaries spinoff, The Originals.
The young, mostly undead, adults of Mystic Falls will be dealing with transitioning to college life. Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) will also still be in the honeymoon phase of their relationship. Katherine will be stuck readjusting to being human, while the villainous Silas masquerades as Stefan (Paul Wesley). READ MORE
Former One Tree Hill and 666 Park Avenue star Robert Buckley has a new gig. According to E! Online, Buckley will appear on The CW's Hart of Dixie as Peter, a man who might get a taste of Lemon's (Jaime King) meringue. Reportedly, Buckley is set to appear in one episode.
Buckley will play Peter, a sweet, ordinary guy who is just passing through Bluebell, and he has a chance encounter with Lemon (Jaime King). Last season, Lemon losing her queen bee status with the Belles caused some of her sass to disappear, so maybe Peter will bring back the season-one Lemon we all know and love. Nothing like a good, old-fashioned hookup to put the pep back in your step!
The CW's summer hit, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, majorly ramps up its hunk quotient tonight, with an appearance from Hart of Dixie's Wilson Bethel. This isn't Bethel's first stab at comedy for the netlet. The Young and the Restless alum also starred as a Vanilla Ice-esque rapper in The CW's web-com Stupid Hype. Watch the promo for Bethel's appearance on Whose Line Is It Anyway? after the jump!