'American Horror Story' dispute settled; 'Game of Thrones' actor finds 'Haven'
International model Rick Genest (a.k.a. Zombie Boy, pictured above, left) has resolved a dispute with Twentieth Century Fox Television, the producer of the television series "American Horror Story," over the use of tattoo artwork similar to his for a scene in the pilot episode of the series. Genest was not approached by Fox to license his copyrighted body art on "AHS." The specific settlement has not been disclosed. [ Rick Genest]
"Haven" is airing a special Halloween episode Friday, Oct. 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT that tosses the main characters into a local haunted house. The episode will be directed by original "90210" actor Jason Priestley and will feature "Game of Thrones" and "Downton Abbey" actor Iain Glen as Roland Holloway, a troubled man bent on vengeance against one of Haven's residents. [ Syfy]
FOX will be celebrating "Family Guy's" 200th episode on Sunday, Nov. 11 with a one-hour spectacular. First, episode "Yug Ylimaf" airs, featuring Brian and Stewie working together to set things right after reality begins to run in reverse. Up second will be "The End of the World As We Know It," a "Family Guy" retrospective feature with behind-the-scenes footage. [ FOX]
"Jeopardy!" welcomes Waldo on Wednesday, Oct. 17, as the beloved, bespectacled children's character turns 25. Waldo will occupy one entire category during Wednesday's "Jeopardy!" game. [ Jeopardy!]
"CSI: NY" is welcoming James Read, who played father to Prue, Piper and Phoebe on "Charmed," as the father of Det. Lindsay Messer. The character, Robert Monroe, will be introduced in the eighth episode of Season 9, when Lindsay returns home to Montana to deal with some issues from her past. [ TV Line]