TV news and notes:
– It’s a “Charmed” reunion, y’all! Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs, who co-starred on The WB series, are teaming up once again for a road-trip show on Great American Country called “Off the Map with Shannen and Holly.” The two will travel to out-of-the-way places across southeastern United States, and viewers can have a say in where they stop by voting at GACTV.com. The show will premiere in early 2015.
– Season 3 of “Elementary” has booked “Lost” and “Parenthood” alum Sonya Walger and “Revolution’s” Zak Orth as guest stars. Walger will play a federal prosecutor who must face questions about a high-profile case from Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) and Joan (Lucy Liu). In a separate episode, Orth plays a grieving father suspected of being involved in two murders. [TV Guide]
– Demi Lovato, Cher Lloyd and Rita Ora have joined the roster of performers at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards. Lovato and Lloyd will team up for a performance of “Really Don’t Care,” while Ora will perform her hit “I Will Never Let You Down.” The Teen Choice Awards, hosted by Tyler Posey, will air Sunday, Aug. 10 on FOX.
– “The Big Bang Theory” star Mayim Bialik has a new gig: She’ll co-host a new version of “Candid Camera” set to debut on TV Land on Monday, Aug. 11. Bialik will be joined by Peter Funt, the son of “Candid Camera” creator Allen Funt. “Since I was a child, I have found it impossible to not smile when I hear, ‘Smile! You’re on Candid Camera!,’ and I am honored and tickled pink to get to be a part of this amazing franchise,” Bialik says in a statement.
– Melissa Gilbert, last seen on ABC on “Dancing With the Stars,” has joined the network’s drama “Secrets & Lies.” She’ll play the single mother of two sons in the show, which centers on a seemingly upstanding man (Ryan Phillippe) who becomes the prime suspect in the killing of a young boy. [Hollywood Reporter]
– AMC has greenlit a pilot for a drama called “White City,” about American journalists and diplomats in Afghanistan. The show comes from novelist Nick McDonell and long-time Kabul resident and former adviser to diplomat Richard Holbrooke. Chris Mundy (“Criminal Minds,” “Low Winter Sun”) is also an executive producer.
– CBS is bringing “Fashion Rocks” back to TV after six years off the air. The network will air a two-hour special featuring live performances by Jennifer Lopez, Afrojack, KISS, The Band Perry, Miranda Lambert and others on Sept. 9; Ryan Seacrest will host, meaning he now has ties to all of the Big Four broadcast networks.