In addition to all of the other news we’ve been reporting, here are a few entertainment and TV headlines you might have missed:
-TCM is honoring the late, and especially talented, Shirley Temple Black. This morning, Temple Black died at the age of 85, and TCM will tribute the child star with a movie marathon on Sunday, March 9, starting at 4:30/3:30c. Such films include, ‘Heidi,’ ‘Stowaway,’ and ‘The Little Princess.’ Here’s a complete schedule.
-Steven Spielberg’s ‘Extant’ is adding another familiar face. ‘24’ alum Annie Wersching has joined the upcoming summer series in the recurring role of Femi Dodd, an adversary to Goran Visnjic’s John.
-USA’s second season of ‘Graceland’ will see ‘General Hospital’ actor Erik Valdez in the recurring role of crime boss Carlito Solano, TVLine exclusively reports, who is described as a “Grade A psychopath.”
-Deadline reports that legend Dick Van Dyke will join Hallmark Channel’s ‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered’ for two episodes. He is set to portray the supervisor of a group of mail detectives.
-USA Network has passed on two pilots: drama ‘Horizon’ and comedy ‘Divide & Conquer,’ Deadline has learned.
-NBC pilot ‘The Pro’ is adding ‘Key & Peele’s Colton Dunn opposite of Rob Lowe and Rob Riggle. In other casting news, ‘Parenthood’s Jonathan Tucker will co-star opposite of Frank Grillo in DirecTV’s original series ‘Navy St.,’ where he’ll play Grillo’s eldest “junkie” son.
-Joseph May (‘Episodes’) is coming to ABC’s ‘Misstresses’ in the reccuring role of Mickey, according to TVLine. As April’s (Rochelle Aytes) “fabulous” gay friend and business associate, Mickey has also been friends with April since childhood.