'Hell's Kitchen' serves up two more seasons; HBO's 'Girls' and 'Veep' get free showings

gordon-ramsay-gi-vertical.jpgBite-sized TV news including more helpings of Gordon Ramsay, the whereabouts of a former "Doctor Who," the return of Al Bundy and more:

- FOX has ordered two more seasons of its long-running cooking competition "Hell's Kitchen." They'll be the 11th and 12th cycles of the Gordon Ramsay-fronted series; Season 10 kicks off on May 29. [ FOX]

- HBO is offering up free access to the premiere episodes of its new comedies "Girls" and "Veep" the day after their respective premieres on April 15 and 22. You'll be able to watch them on HBO.com, YouTube, DailyMotion and cable on-demand platforms. "Veep's" pilot will also be free on iTunes for a few weeks after it airs. [ HBO]

- Former "Doctor Who" star David Tennant will return to BBC America in "The Spies of Warsaw," a miniseries that begins filming in May. He'll play a French intelligence officer stationed in Poland in the years leading up to World War II; Janet Montgomery ("Human Target") also stars. [ BBC America]

- FOX will re-air the pilot episode of "Married ... With Children" on Sunday, April 22, as part of its 25th anniversary celebration. The episode is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET and will be followed by an ecnore of the 500th episode of "The Simpsons" and a two-hour anniversary special. [ FOX]

- The season finale of "Justified" drew strong ratings. About 2.7 million people tuned into the episode, which drew better numbers among adults 18-49 (1.35 million), adults 18-34 (596,000) and all male demographics than either of the previous two season finales. [ FX]

- Starz has set a premiere date for the second season of its drama series "Boss." The show, which stars Kelsey Grammer as the mayor of Chicago, will debut on Aug. 17 and feature new cast members Sanaa Lathan, Jonathan Groff and Tip Harris, also known as rapper T.I. [ Starz]

- Logo has picked up a fifth season of "RuPaul's Drag Race" to air early next year. Prospective contestants can upload audition videos to the show's Facebook page through April 18, and fan voting will put one contestant on the show. [ Logo]
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