Posted on Friday, December 28th, 2012 by Angie Han
While we’ve been running around preparing for and celebrating the holidays, a few interesting bits of TV news have broken over the past few days. After the jump:
- How I Met Your Mother will return for Season 9
- Happy Endings and Don’t Trust the B— get shuffled
- Timothy Olyphant books an Archer guest role
- Why did Glen Mazzara leave The Walking Dead?
- The CW is developing a female Robin Hood series
- NBC’s failed The Farm will air as an Office episode
- Bryan Fuller‘s Mockingbird Lane is officially dead
- Girls Season 2 gets two new trailers and a featurette
- Downton Abbey is losing a star in Season 4
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