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Realtor Mary Ann Jarvis, above, of a Prudential Fox & Roach in Brigantine, will appear in an upcoming episode of HGTV's "House Hunters" show.

Jarvis appears 10 p.m. Monday along with her buyers, a couple who recently relocated to Brigantine. The couple is searching for a low-maintenance home with a garage and a modern kitchen that they can rent out in a few years.

"I really had fun and enjoyed this experience," said Jarvis. "Filming was interrupted by Hurricane Sandy and I think the show will reflect this interruption in some way. I'm anxious to see how Brigantine and the Atlantic County shore area will shine in this episode."

Sting's wife to star off-Broadway

Actress and producer Trudie Styler, the better half of singer Sting, will star this fall in a new off-Broadway adaptation of Anton Checkov's "The Seagull."

Producers said Styler will portray the fading actress Irina Arkadina in the Culture Project's version of the classic work adapted by Thomas Kilroy and directed by Max Stafford Clark. This version will be set in late 19th century Ireland.

Previews begin Oct. 3 and opening night is set for Oct. 13.

'Boardwalk Empire' returns

Get ready for some more action on the Boardwalk. The fourth-season of "Boardwalk Empire" premieres 9 p.m. Sunday on HBO, and the Atlantic City-based drama is as good as ever, despite a kick-off episode that is dark and sometimes muddled.

Some fans may find themselves wondering where this is going and whether they want to go there with it. You will (trust us, you will), but just gird yourself for something new, and in surprising ways, something better. "Empire" is richer, deeper, and - if possible - even more beautiful.

'Crossfire' return

With a congressional vote on Syria looming, CNN can't wait to get "Crossfire" started again.

The network says the daily debate program will begin Monday. CNN had originally planned for the show to debut Sept. 16, but it moved up the premiere because of President Barack Obama's request that Congress vote on a military response against Syria over its alleged use of chemical weapons.

Newt Gingrich, S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter and Van Jones are the new combatants on "Crossfire." The 30-minute show will air 6:30 p.m. weekdays.

The show aired for many years on CNN before being stopped in 2005 after it was criticized by "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart. But new CNN boss Jeff Zucker has advocated bringing it back.

On TV tonight

Get a big dose of crazy on "David Tutera: Unveiled." It's a reality series that follows the event planner as he organizes epic, over-the-top parties for bratty bridezillas and ditsy divas. 9 p.m., WEtv

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