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ICYMI: Aaron Paul May Have Cameo in New Season of ‘Better Call Saul’; Marathon Final Season of ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ on SundanceTV; Mama June Set To Make Her TV Return on WE TV; and More

Saturday Night Live is welcoming resident Trump impersonator Alec Baldwin as host for the 17th time on February 11. [Vanity Fair]

 

The Librarians makes it through TNT’s mass exodus of shows to make way for edgier and darker shows, like Good Behavior, and is renewed for a fourth season. [Deadline]

 

Music and entertainment industry legends Missy Elliott and Rickey Smiley will guest star on STAR on FOX. In different episodes, Elliott will appear as Pumpkin, a dangerous producer and artist who has history with Carlotta (Queen Latifah) and Smiley will play the MC of the Atlanta NexFest Competition, where the girls hope to get the top prize of a big record deal. [Deadline]

 

Aaron Paul may have spilled the beans that Jesse Pinkman is making an appearance (maybe more than one!) in season 3 of Better Call Saul along with the return of Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito). [TVLine]

 

HBO releases first trailer for third and final season of The Leftovers. [TVLine]

 

To celebrate the life of comedy icon and pioneer Mary Tyler Moore, SundanceTV announced a marathon of the final season of The Mary Tyler Moore Show starting at 6am ET on January 28. [Hollywood Reporter]

 

Freeform orders beefs up the fifth season of Young & Hungry by adding 5 more episodes. [Variety]

 

Starz announces two new directions for the 14-episode second season of The Girlfriend Experience: Anna Friel (Pushing Daisies) will star in the D.C. storyline as a lesbian finance director of a Republican super PAC who finds herself caught up with a prostitute played by Louisa Krause (Billions). Meanwhile, we’ll follow a different call girl, played by Carmen Ejogo (Selma), who is in hiding from a dangerous client in New Mexico. [TVLine]

 

“Mama” June Shannon (Here Comes Honey Boo Boo) has scored her own docu-dramedy series Mama June: From Not to Hot, which follows her dramatic cosmetic makeover and journey to self-discovery. [Entertainment Weekly]

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