TVLine Items: Conviction Headed to Sundays, Mom Guest Stars and More

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Beginning Jan. 1, ABC’s Conviction will move to Sundays at 10/9c for the remainder of its first (and only?) season, per The Futon Critic.

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As reported earlier this month, the Alphabet network has opted not to order additional installments of the ratings-challenged drama beyond its initial 13-episode order.

Quantico will replace the Hayley Atwell-starring series on Mondays at 10 pm as of Jan. 23.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Wendie Malick (Hot in Cleveland) and David James Elliott (JAG) are slated to guest-star in separate episodes of Mom, TV Insider reports. Malick will play Adam’s ex-wife, while Elliott will portray a sober restaurateur whom Bonnie finds herself drawn to.

* Chris Noth (The Good Wife) will star in the 12-episode procedural drama Gone, which has received a series order from NBCUniversal International Studios. Based on Chelsea Cain’s novel One Kick, the show follows the survivor of a famous child abduction case and the FBI agent (Noth) who rescued her and later recruits her to a special task force.

* Jamie Foxx is executive-producing a limited series about musical icon Marvin Gaye, per The Hollywood Reporter. The project is the first to be authorized by the late singer’s family.

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