TV News: Who, Girls, Nashville, Continuum

Doctor Who
Set photos are up at Healthy Towers of the slightly redesigned Cybermen that will feature in the upcoming Neil Gaiman-penned seventh season episode “The Last Cyberman”.

The new versions take the art deco-esque ‘Cybus’ cyberman design and adjust it slightly to be a tad more akin to the classic series version.

Even though the second season of HBO’s “Girls” doesn’t premiere until January, executive producer Judd Apatow says they’ve already got the go-ahead to begin filming season three.

“we’re about to shoot the third season of Girls” Apatow revealed in a recent interview. The network didn’t confirm or deny the claim, saying it is presently focused on the launch of the second season. [Source: Vulture]

ABC has ordered the back nine episodes for its new country music drama series “Nashville,” granting it a full season.

The series is the network’s top new show with a 2.9 rating and 8.7 million viewers overall per episode. [Source: Variety]

The Bridge
Matthew Lillard has joined the cast of FX’s drama pilot “The Bridge,” based on the Scandinavian series “Bron”. Lillard will recur as Daniel Frye, a hard partying cocky reporter with the El Paso Times.

The story of the remake revolves around a pair of detectives (Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger) from the U.S. and Mexico who work together to track down a serial killer operating on both sides of the American-Mexican border. [Source: The Live Feed]

“Syfy has set a January 14th U.S. premiere date for the sci-fi time-travel drama ‘Continuum’. Rachel Nichols plays a cop from the future who finds herself trapped in present day. [Source: The Live Feed]