Category Archives: Attachments (TV)
Theo Rossi has signed on as a possible villain and Rosario Dawson commits to befriending all of the local heroes on Netflix.
The actor will voice the big bad in season two, Professor Zoom.
The accomplished actor has been selected for a possibly pivotal role in the third Marvel series from Netflix.
As usual, John Constantine gets a temporary reprieve from the afterlife, this time by way of a crossover episode on The CW.
A round-up of this week’s pilot and series TV casting and sales!
The World War II murder mystery series from BBC lands a director and is in talks with a potential lead.
Antoine Fuqua and Jerry Bruckheimer are teaming up to bring Training Day to television. The classic crime thriller, which featured Ethan Hawke as a rookie cop and Denzel Washington as his corrupt mentor, will be turned in a series adaptation from Warner Bros. TV.
Bill Hader has joined the cast of Fox’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” as the precinct’s new captain, following Andre Braugher’s character’s demotion at the end of the second season. The role will reunite the comedian with his former SNL co-star Andy Samberg.
Keiynan Lonsdale has been cast as Wally West in the second season of CW’s hit superhero series The Flash. Lonsdale will be a series regular, playing the fast-footed nephew of Candice Patton’s Iris West, with his first appearance on the drama slated for the winter.
NBC’s live production of The Wiz has found its Dorothy in Shanice Williams. After an extensive casting call, the network decided on the 18-year-old, who will join David Alan Grier as the Cowardly Lion, Mary J. Blige as the Wicked Witch of the West, and Queen Latifah as the Wiz.
Veteran thespian Max Von Sydow has been cast in the sixth season of HBO’s acclaimed hit series Game of Thrones. Von Sydow, who is already on set, is playing the Three-Eyed Raven.
The CW series will feature an ensemble of returning favorites and new additions to the CW/DC canon, showcasing a group of heroes and villains who suit up and join forces to take on Savage.
The ensemble superhero series, a spinoff of the massively successful Arrow and The Flash, follows a rag-tag group of heroes and villains that band together to defeat immortal baddie Vandal Savage.
Falling Skies Ryan Robbins is set to join the cast of the CW’s comic-based drama Arrow in its upcoming fourth season. The actor will recur as Conklin, a member of Shadowspire and will serve as an enemy to series star Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen AKA Green Arrow.
The series follows an animated Barbarian who finds that reconnecting with his moody, live-action teenage son Alan and ex-wife while suffering a mundane office job and the banality of suburban life is harder than waging actual war in his distant, animated world.
Queen Latifah and Mary J. Blige have joined the cast of NBC’s live production of The Wiz. They join original Dorothy Stephanie Mills, who will play Auntie Em, for musical extravaganza, set to air December 3rd.
Diane Keaton is set to star in HBO’s The Young Pope.
She joins Jude Law in the eight-episode mini-series, which centers on the beginning of the Pontificate of Pius XXII. She will play an American nun living in Vatican City.
Raising Hope star Garret Dillahunt is joining The Mindy Project. The role marks a return to his comedic roots, as he is coming off a turn as a villain in FX’s Justified. Dillahunt will play a doctor who replaces Mindy Kaling’s character when she goes on maternity leave.
“Thinking Out Loud” crooner Ed Sheeran has joined the cast of Kurt Sutter’s new FX series The Bastard Executioner. The singer-songwriter will play Sir Cormac, the ambitious right-hand man to a high-ranking church elder in the medieval drama about a warrior whose life is changed when he receives a message from heaven ordering him to become a traveling executioner.
Judy Greer has been confirmed as a guest star on the third season of Showtime’s Masters Of Sex. She will play the wife of guest star Josh Charles’ character, who is a perfume magnate interested in bottling in the smell of sex. The busy actress can also be seen in four major movies this summer, including Tomorrowland, Entourage, Jurassic World, and Ant-Man.
Billy Bob Thornton has signed on for the lead in Amazon first straight-to-series pick up The Trial, created by TV veteran David E. Kelley. Kelley co-wrote the script with Jonathan Shapiro, and both will executive produce on the series.
Ludacris confirmed that he will be appearing as a guest star in the second season of Fox’s ratings phenomenon Empire. Instagram was the Fast and Furious actor’s social media outlet of choice on Thursday to confirm his role with his followers.
The Shield alum Michael Chiklis has joined Fox’s Gotham as a series regular. Chiklis will play Captain Nathaniel Barnes, an original character, in the DC Comics adaptation, which will begin its second season in the fall.
Fox’s The X-Files reboot has recruited two more, as Six Feet Under’s Lauren Ambrose and The Flash’s Robbie Amell have joined the cast for an episode of the upcoming miniseries.
Sean Teale Nabs his first lead in the new Syfy pilot set in a dystopian future where the one percent of the one percenters rule.
Kellum joins CW’s superhero drama for its fourth season as inventor Curtis Holt aka Mr. Terrific.
The Twilight alum will star as Betsy Ross, seamstress by day, spy for George Washington by night.
Hendricks has signed on for the adaptation of Joe Lansdale’s Hap and Leonard
Epix’s Cold-War era spy series has a new CIA Chief for its Berlin Station
Neal McDonough is set to join Arrow season four as a series regular, playing new villain Damien Darhk. Darhk is a DC comics character is an adversary of Ra’s Al Ghul, portrayed by Matthew Nable in the show’s third season.