Miley Cyrus will be hopping into bed with Ashton Kutcher this fall but it's not what you think. The former "Hannah Montana" star is returning to the small screen with her guest role on "Two and a Half Men." Miley will play the part of Missi, the daughter of a friend of Ashton's character Walter.
The episode will air on Oct. 17 and has everyone geared up in anticipation to see Miley back on TV. The former Disney actress has starred in movies like "LOL" and "The Last Song" in the past few years, but hasn't been on television since her role as "Hannah Montana."
Miley is just one actress of many starring in hit TV shows this fall. What other celebrity women are starting new roles?
Lucy's career has been in a slump for several years after starring in many unforgettable roles but the "Charlie's Angels" star is revamping her career this fall. Lucy will play the lead role as Dr. Watson in "Elementary," a modern Sherlock Holmes story on CBS. Lucy will also star in "The Man With Iron Fists" on the big screen co-starring major actors including Russell Crowe.
Jamie is well known for her role as a mob daughter on "The Sopranos" but she's taking a different lead this time with her role in "Guys With Kids," a new sitcom on NBC. The show debuts this week and is about a group of thirty-something guys who don't feel quite ready to raise children yet. Jamie will play the part of the wife of one of the main characters.
Vanessa will be returning to TV in ABC's "666 Park Avenue" and will star as the character Olivia Doran, an owner of an exclusive Upper East Side apartment building, who hires a naive couple from the Midwest as the managers of the building. The pair are unaware that all the residents in building have quite a big secret.
Vanessa has made an impact on shows like "Ugly Betty" and "Desperate Housewives" so we can't wait to see her in her new role. The show debuts this Sunday.
Will you be tuning into any of these new shows?
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