Andre Leon Talley leaving 'Top Model'; 'Lost's' Sonya Walger joins USA's 'Common Law'

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andre-leon-talley-gi.jpgEnjoy some bite-sized pieces of TV news, including a very early pickup for a cable series and some notes on the pilot front.

- "America's Next Top Model" is going through another judge shakeup. Vogue editor-at-large André Leon Talley will leave the show after this cycle and be replaced by Kelly Cutrone ("The Hills," "Kell on Earth"), who runs the fashion publicity/marketing firm People's Revolution. "I had a great ride and will always consider my experience with 'Top Model' one of the best moments of my life," Talley says. [ People]

- "FlashForward" star and "Lost" star-crossed lover Sonya Walger will head to USA for her next series project. She's joined the cable channel's "Common Law," about two cops ( Michael Ealy and Warren Kole) whose constant conflict lands them in couples therapy -- with Walger as their therapist. [ EW]

- Starz has given a second-season order to its drama "Boss" -- even though the first season has yet to premiere. The series, starring Kelsey Grammer as the mayor of Chicago, bows Oct. 21; Season 2 will go into production early next year. [ Starz]

- In other pickup news, Lifetime has given a second season to "Dance Moms." The docu-series has shown ratings growth over the course of its first season (which concludes Oct. 5) and is also the channel's youngest-skewing original series. [ Lifetime]

And a few pieces of development news:

- Comedian Dane Cook has signed a development deal with NBC to star in and produce a comedy project aimed at the 2012-13 season. [ Deadline]

- The Peacock has also given a pilot order -- contingent on casting -- to a comedy called "Save Me" from writer John Scott Shepherd ("Life or Something Like It"). The show centers on a woman who believes she may be channeling God. [ Deadline]

- The CW has bought a pitch from writer Jonathan Abrams for a show called "Legal Aid," about a new associate at a law firm who gets an unexpected new colleague -- her dad, a former TV star. [ Deadline]
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