'Parenthood' gets extra episodes; more join 'One Life to Live' online

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peter-krause-parenthood-s3-320.jpgIn case you didn't get enough TV during the week, have some bite-sized tube news for your weekend.

"Parenthood's" third season will last a little longer. NBC has added two episodes to its order for the drama, bringing the total to 18. [ Deadline]

Several more actors have committed to staying with "One Life to Live" when it moves online next year, as has head writer Ron Carlivati. The latest cast members to sign up are Melissa Archer, Kelley Missal, Andrew Trischitta and Jerry VerDorn. [ TOLN]

"Chuck" is welcoming yet another nerd-friendly guest star to its final season. Comic-book legend Stan Lee will appear in the season's seventh episode and meet up with Chuck ( Zachary Levi) "in the most unexpected of places." Is Stan Lee ... a spy? We'll see. [ HitFix]

Another Lee is also coming to NBC. Former "My Name Is Earl" star Jason Lee will return to the network for a guest arc on "Up All Night," playing a single father who starts dating Ava ( Maya Rudolph). Lee is still awaiting word on whether his TNT series "Memphis Beat" will get a third season. [ EW]

TBS has filled out the cast for its comedy pilot "Men at Work." The show, created by Breckin Meyer, stars Danny Masterson ("That '70s Show") as a recently dumped guy whose co-workers/friends -- the newly cast James Lesure ("Mr. Sunshine"), Michael Cassidy ("The O.C.," "Privileged") and Adam Busch ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer") -- help him get back on his feet. [ Deadline]
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