The guest stars keep rolling in as networks compete for the chance at the best ratings during February sweeps and remaining season.
Harry Connick, Jr. will appear on “Law and Order: SVU” starting Jan. 18. The crooner will play an assistant district attorney who catches Detective Olivia Benson’s eye. His role will be recurring for four episodes. Rumor has it he may have something to do with a rumored Mariska Hargitay’s departure (or at the least, a less significant role on the show)?
Ricky Martin is currently filming his guest spot on “Glee.” Check out the photo Glee cast member Lea Michele tweeted with the caption, “So much fun on the set with Ricky!”
Michelle Obama is even help boost ratings and support military awareness on Nickelodeon’s “iCarly.” The first lady sees a live webcast the gang posts during iCarly’s show about reconnecting her with her father in Iraq. She feels that Carly is brave and stops over to show her support. The episode will be aired at viewings across the country for military families.
Rick Springfield is returning to television- as himself, sort of. The 80s popstar will appear on an upcoming episode of “Hot in Cleveland” as himself, only he’s disguised himself as an ordinary man named Tom. He does this so he can live a “normal” life after his days as the face of “Jessie’s Girl” and General Hospital’s Dr. Noah Drake.
Jonathan Groff is also making an appearance on CBS’ “The Good Wife.” The “Glee” frequent and Broadway star will appear as a plaintiff suing a software company after his sister dies in a peaceful Syrian protest.