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O'Loughlin and HecheSooner or later our favorite TV shows all come to an end and the cast go their separate ways. If we’re lucky, our favorite performers return in new TV show and movie projects. Here’s where you’ll be able to see some of them…

Alex O’Loughlin, the star of CBS’ vampire drama, Moonlight, is returning to the network. This time, he’ll be playing a serial killer in an upcoming episode of Criminal Minds. The installment will be unique in that it will be told from the point of view of O’Loughlin’s character. Watch for the episode to air in April.

Anne Heche (Men in Trees) is giving television another try. She’s been signed to co-star in HBO’s new Hung series. It’s a dark comedy that centers on a well-endowed but struggling high school basketball coach named Ray (Thomas Jane). Heche will play his ex-wife, who has remarried. The show was picked up for 10 episodes and is expected to premiere in June.

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Loosely based on his comedy act, stand-up comedian Bernie Mac and his wife Wanda (Kellita Smith) take in his sister's three kids, Vanessa (Camille Winbush), Jordan (Jeremy Suarez), and Bryana (Dee Dee Davis). Bernie must continually adjust to life with his new responsibilities and frequently talks directly to the audience. Celebrity friends sometimes drop by to offer Bernie advice.
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