'Once Upon a Time' makes Red a regular; 'Warehouse 13' adds Brent Spiner

meghan-ory-once-upon-a-time.jpgThe latest serving of bite-sized TV news includes Bryan Cranston's next (one-night-only) gig, a "Parks and Recreation" star possibly joining an HBO movie. Enjoy:

- ABC's "Once Upon a Time" has made Meghan Ory a series regular for Season 2. Ory has been pulling triple duty as Ruby in Storybrooke and Red Riding Hood (and something else) in Fairytale Land. [ Deadline]

- Syfy's "Warehouse 13" will collect some Data this summer. "Star Trek: The Next Generation" favorite Brent Spiner will guest-star as the leader of a group, descended from the Knights Templar, that has a similar mission to the Warehouse 13 team but uses vastly different methods. "Warehouse 13" premieres July 23. [ Syfy]

- Rob Lowe is in talks to co-star in HBO's Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra," starring Michael Douglas as the famed Vegas showman and Matt Damon as his driver/lover. Lowe would play Liberace's plastic surgeon in the film, which Steven Soderbergh will direct. [ Deadline]

- Bryan Cranston has been named as host of the Television Critics Association Awards on July 28. The "Breaking Bad" star, who's also nominated for outstanding individual achievement in drama, takes over hosting duties from "Parks and Rec's" Nick Offerman. [ TCA]

- MTV has greenlit a late-night show starring comedians Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer called, appropriately enough, "The Nikki and Sara Show." The show will combine sketches, celebrity interviews and other elements and is set to premiere later this year. [ MTV]

- "My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding" is coming back for a second season, and that's not all -- TLC is also airing a special on one of Season 1's standout families called "The Stanley Sisters," which could pave the way for a potential spinoff series, and another called "The Aftermath," which shows what life has been like for the subjects since they filmed their episodes. [ TLC]

- "Scandal" Star Kerry Washington and "Parks and Recreation" star Nick Offerman will announce the nominees for the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards live from Los Angeles on Thursday, July 19 at 5:40 a.m. PST. Could that be a hint as to who's getting a nod this year? [ Emmys]

- NBC's new comedy "Go On," starring Matthew Perry, has made John Cho ("FlashForward") a series regular. Cho is Perry's boss, who won't let Perry's character back on the air until he seeks counseling in the wake of his wife's death. [ Deadline]

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