New 'Hulk' series in the works; Mayim Bialik joins 'Big Bang Theory' full-time

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ABC and Marvel have enlisted two sci-fi heavyweights, Guillermo del Toro ("Hellboy," "Pan's Labyrinth") and David Eick ("Battlestar Galactica"), to develop a new "Incredible Hulk" series for the network. The two will share story credit and be executive producers of the project; Eick is writing the pilot script, which del Toro will direct. [ Deadline]

You'll be seeing a lot more of Mayim Bialik on "The Big Bang Theory." The former "Blossom" star has been made a cast regular on the CBS comedy for the remainder of the season, though she won't necessarily appear in every episode. [ Deadline]

Lindsay Price, late of "Eastwick," will guest on "CSI: NY" later this season. She'll play a woman whose past returns to haunt her in an episode that's likely to air in February. [ EW]

"Weeds" creator Jenji Kohan says the show's seventh season next year could well be its final one. "Seven years is a good run, and I'd rather leave while on top," she says. [ TV Guide]

AMC is dipping its toes into the unscripted series waters with a project about boxing trainer Freddie Roach. It would focus on Roach's work with fighters and his struggles with the onset of Parkinson's disease. [ The Live Feed]

Rachael Leigh Cook has joined Eric McCormack in TNT's pilot "Perception." She'll play an FBI agent who recruits McCormack, an eccentric neurosurgeon and a former professor of hers, to work for the bureau. [ Deadline]

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