In addition to all of the other news we’ve been reporting, here are a few entertainment and TV headlines you might have missed:
-The ‘Army Wives’ goodbye special has received an airdate and a title, TVLine reports. The two-hour farewell titled “Army Wives: A Final Salute” will air Sunday, March 16 at 9/8c.
-ABC’s ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ has cast Patrick Fabian (‘Big Love,’ ‘Veronica Mars’) in the recurring role of a pediatric surgeon, who will reportedly come in contact with Alex and Arizona, TVGuide.com has learned.
-Ahna O’Reilly (‘The Help’) has officially been cast as the lead, Mia, in The CW’s drama ‘Identity,’ according to Deadline. The project follows Mia, who is need of an organ transplant, but soon after learning she has a half-brother, she also discovers his family is being targeted by the CIA.
-As Deadline reports, BBC America is developing a series based on the character Robin Hood titled ‘Nottingham.’ The premise is as follows, “What if Robin Hood and his traditional nemesis, the Sheriff of Nottingham, were the same person?”
-ABC Family’s ‘Melissa & Joey’ is staging yet another ‘Sabrina, the Teenage Witch’ reunion. This time Aunt Zelda (Beth Broderick) will be stopping by as Mel’s (Melissa Joan Hart) doctor in the April 30 episode, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
-Todd Grinnell (‘Revenge,’ ‘Jane by Design’) and Bret Ernst (‘Weeds’) have both been cast as regulars in NBC’s comedy pilot ‘Mason Twins,’ from June Diane Raphael and Casey Wilson (‘Happy Endings’).
-TVGuide.com has learned that actor Ron Canada (‘The West Wing,’ ‘Boston Legal’) is guest starring in an upcoming ‘Elementary’ episode, where he’ll play Manny Rose, a retired Brooklyn high school teacher, who’s pledged to keep his students away from gangs and drugs.