Enjoy a helping of TV snacks with news on “Pretty Little Liars,” “Prime Suspect,” “Tosh.0” and more.
The season premiere of “Pretty Little Liars” scored pretty strong numbers for ABC Family Tuesday night (June 14), drawing a shade under 3.7 million viewers. That’s on par with the total audience for its finale in March. Not as many people stuck around to watch the debut of “The Nine Lives of Chloe King”; the new show averaged 2.2 million viewers. [TV by the Numbers]
“Fringe” star Joshua Jackson and “Mike & Molly’s” Melissa McCarthy will announce the nominees for the 63rd annual Primetime Emmys. They’ll be getting up extra-early on Thursday, July 14; the announcement is at 5:40 a.m. PT. [Emmys]
NBC’s new series “Prime Suspect” has added Elizabeth Rodriguez to its cast; she’ll play a colleague of Jane Timoney’s (Maria Bello) at the NYPD. Rodriguez was a Tony nominee this year for the play “The Motherf****r in the Hat.” [Deadline]
Comedy Central has ordered another season of its highest-rated series, “Tosh.0.” Season 4 will run 26 episodes and premiere in January. The current season has averaged 4.2 million viewers, making it the channel’s most-watched show. [Comedy Central]
Some pilot casting: “Off the Map” star Caroline Dhavernas has joined USA’s “Over/Under” as the wife of a day trader-turned-bookie (Steven Pasquale), while 11-year-old Bailee Madison (“Just Go With It”) will play Calista in “Powers,” FX’s adaptation of the comic book by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming. [Deadline]