Today’s TV Bits consists of a bit of casting info, some scheduling notes, and several interesting promos. After the jump:

  • Bates Motel casts the Charlie & the Chocolate Factory kid as Norman
  • Isla Fisher and Terry Crews have been added to Arrested Development
  • Breaking Bad‘s Jonathan Banks will go gangster on CBS’ Vegas
  • Shameless, House of Lies, and Californication return in January
  • HBO and CBS lead the Creative Arts Emmys with 17 and 13 wins, respectively
  • Revisit familiar faces in the first teaser for Season 2 of Girls
  • See The Office‘s newest additions in a new promo for Season 9
  • Still more American Horror Story: Asylum teasers hit the web
  • Everyone is exhausted in new Walking Dead teaser and stills

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The Bluth family’s historic bad luck with relationships is apparently following them into the new season — bad for them, probably, but great for comedy and therefore great for us. After the jump:

  • Lucille 2 and Egg will return to Arrested Development
  • Terra Nova invites fans to choose their own ending
  • Terry BrooksShannara series is heading to television
  • Check out a video tour of the Walking Dead prison
  • See American Horror Story teaser nos. 15, 16, and 17
  • Fringe‘s series finale will air in February 2013; see a PSA
  • See photos from Community‘s Hunger Games homage

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There may not be a whole lot to watch on TV right now, but there’s plenty to watch in TV Bits. After the jump:

  • Neil Marshall will direct Michael Bay‘s pirate drama Black Sails
  • John Boyd and Dileep Rao join Kiefer Sutherland in Touch
  • The Walking Dead will kill off another series regular in Season 3
  • Charlie Sheen‘s Anger Management gets 90 more eps. Sigh
  • Watch Showtime’s animated prequel mini-web-series for Dexter
  • NBC’s The New Normal hits the web a couple weeks early
  • Fox unveils more teasers for Fringe‘s fifth and final season
  • American Horror Story spills plot details; watch more teasers

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Teaser trailers, casting, controversy and more are all in this huge edition of TV Bits. After the jump, read about the following:

  • Check out the first promo for the fourth season of the award-winning comedy Modern Family.
  • Entertainment Weekly has four Walking Dead covers this week and the reveal of a brand new character.
  • Chloe Sevigny will appear on IFC’s comedy Portlandia.
  • Try to break out with the latest teaser for American Horror Story: Asylum.
  • Dan Harmon talked about Community controversy and storylines in a Reddit AMA.
  • Outlaw Country, a failed FX pilot about Southern crime, will air as a movie August 24.
  • Casting continues on AMC’s Low Winter Sun.

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We all knew it was bound to happen sooner or later — and by “it,” I mean the rumor, not necessarily the actual movie. Talk of a possible The Walking Dead film has just started swirling, although even the first whispers stress that a possible feature is still a ways out. At this point, it’s not so much a project in development as the idle “wouldn’t-it-be-cool-if” musings of people involved with the show. Still, I wouldn’t be surprised if AMC began considering the idea in earnest somewhere down the line. More details after the jump.

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Happy Monday, everyone. After the jump:

  • Fox will host screenings and Q&As of their new shows
  • Peter Berg and NBC will explore supervillain underlings
  • Dexter sheds a bit of blood in a new poster for Season 7
  • Walking Dead deleted scene shows what might’ve been
  • Take a peek at Cinemax’s new Transporter TV series

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Forget The Bourne Legacy — the Ludlum-inspired story I’m really eager to see is this Bob’s Burgers / Archer crossover. Also after the jump:

  • Dan Harmon has more to say the Community ousting
  • BridesmaidsMatt Lucas will teach the Community gang
  • See Joel McHale tangling with SAMCRO on Sons of Anarchy
  • Check out the first pics from Season 3 of Boardwalk Empire
  • Workaholics stars spotted on Arrested Development set
  • New Homeland poster promises Season 2 will “hit home”
  • The whole gang hangs out in Walking Dead Season 3 poster

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For horror franchises, getting turned into a maze at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is a badge of honor. Hostel, Scream, The Thing, A Nightmare on Elm Street, the Texas Chainsaw Massacre and others have all been immortalized as interactive, three-dimensional experiences and this year, two new properties are being added to the list. Silent Hill and The Walking Dead will each be represented at the seasonal event, which takes place every Fall Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Orlando. Also, DreamWorks has signed a deal to exclusively license their characters – such as Shrek, Madagascar and others – to a new theme park being developed in northern New Jersey.

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