Casey Anthony's parents talk to Dr. Phil; 'Boardwalk Empire' casts 'Sopranos' alum

dr-phil-gi-320.jpgThe latest TV snacks include a familiar face on "Boardwalk Empire," casting news from "CSI: Miami" and "The Good Wife" and more. Eat up:

Casey Anthony's parents, Cindy and George Anthony, will give their first interview since Casey was acquitted of killing her daughter Caylee on "Dr. Phil's" season premiere. Host Phil McGraw says "nothing is off limits" in the interview, which will air Sept. 12. [ Dr. Phil]

Former "Sopranos" regular Dominic Chianese will pop up on HBO's current organized-crime drama, "Boardwalk Empire," this season. Chianese will appear in six episodes as Leander Whitlock, an acquaintance of the Commodore ( Dabney Coleman). [ TV Guide]

Alicia's brother is getting some love on "The Good Wife": Michael Arden ("Source Code") has been cast in the CBS series as a love interest for Owen ( Dallas Roberts). The show has also tapped Harvey Fierstein for a guest role as a judge. [ TVLine/ EW]

Comedy Central has set premiere dates for a bunch of its series in the fall. Among them: "Tosh.0" and "Workaholics" on Tuesday, Sept. 20; "South Park" and "Nick Swardson's Pretend Time" on Wednesday, Oct. 5; and stand-up specials from Craig Ferguson (Oct. 15) and Donald Glover (Nov. 20), among others. A "South Park" behind-the-scenes documentary is also scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 2. [ Comedy Central]

Horatio Caine is getting a nemesis on "CSI: Miami." Former "24" star Carlos Bernard has booked a season-long arc as a wealthy, polticially connected man who frustrates Caine ( David Caruso) at every turn. The show has also snagged "Breaking Bad's" Dean Norris for a guest role as an Internal Affairs detective. [ TV Guide/ TVLine]

The History Channel has signed Bill Paxton to star opposite Kevin Costner in its "Hatfields and McCoys" miniseries. Paxton will play the head of the McCoy clan, while Costner (who's also a producer) is playing the Hatfield patriarch. Kevin Reynolds ("The Count of Monte Cristo," "Waterworld") will direct. [ History Channel]

Jim Belushi is plotting a sitcom comeback. The former "According to Jim" star, who headlined CBS' drama "The Defenders" last season, is developing a comedy about a single father with "Murphy Brown" creator Diane English. ABC Studios will produce it. [ Deadline]
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