Category Archives: Attachments (TV)
The highly popular science-fiction anthology Netflix series Black Mirror has tapped Oscar-winning actor Jodie Foster to helm an episode of their upcoming fourth season. Rosemarie DeWitt is slated to star in the episode.
Great Scott! Back to the Future icon Christopher Lloyd is looking to get back into the time traveling game with SyFy’s 12 Monkeys. The Emmy Award-winning actor has signed on as a guest star for the third season of the series.
Royal Pains star Mark Feuerstein has RSVP’d for Wet Hot American County: Ten Years Later, the Netflix sequel series to the cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer. The first limited series, First Day of Camp, was a prequel to the original film.
Summer hit Stranger Things from Netflix is gearing up for season two as they add Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery to the cast. They are also promoting Joe Keery and Noah Schnapp to series regulars from recurring. The show stars Wynona Ryder, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and breakout star Millie Bobby Brown.
Golden Globe winner Jimmy Smits has signed on to join the cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine for Thanksgiving. The NYPD Blue alum is set to play Amy’s (Melissa Fumero) father, Mr. Santiago in an upcoming holiday episode.
The upcoming spinoff of CBS’ The Good Wife has added a new character — Game of Thrones actor Rose Leslie will play Maia, the goddaughter of Christine Baranski’s Diane Lockhart.
TV Land’s pilot for the adaptation of the cult classic Heathers has found its J.D. and Veronica in James Scully and Grace Victoria Cox. The two will star as the volatile couple originally played by Christian Slater and Wynona Ryder in the 1988 dark comedy which focused on the social order of high school.
DC Comics series Krypton has added six series regular castmembers including Ian McElhinney, Elliot Cowan, Ann Ogbomo, Rasmus Hardiker, Wallis Day, and Aaron Pierre. They join previously cast Cameron Cuffe and Georgina Campbell.
Flight of the Conchords co-star Jemaine Clement has signed on to the forthcoming Marvel series Legion on FX. Showrunner Noah Hawley made the announcement this weekend during New York Comic-Con.
New York Comic Con received a big surprise this weekend when The Defenders team arrived on the scene with Sigourney Weaver, announcing the Alien star had been cast as the villain of the first season. Marvel-Netflix also revealed that Daredevil star Deborah Ann Woll would be joining the spinoff The Punisher series.
Lee Daniels and Tom Donaghy’s forthcoming musical drama Star has tapped Tyrese Gibson for a recurring role in the Fox series. He will join a cast that includes Queen Latifah, Benjamin Bratt and Nicholas Gonzalez.
BBC and Endemol Shine Group-owned Kudos are in talks with Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington to star in the drama series Gunpowder inspired by Guy Fawkes.
Academy Award-winning singer/songwriter John Legend is set to appear on the second season of Underground on WGN America. Legend, who also serves as executive producer of the show, is set to play iconic abolitionist Frederick Douglass.
Two Brothers Pictures’ Liar has tapped Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd to star in six-part thriller set to bow on Sundance TV and ITV in the UK.
Lee Daniels has booked Naomi Campbell for a recurring role on the upcoming Fox series Star. Campbell previously did a stint on Daniels’s hit Fox series Empire.
Keanu star Nia Long boards Netflix’s adaptation of Justin Simien’s satire Dear White People while Tiffany Hines and Bailey Chase board Fox’s reboot 24: Legacy.
Executive producer Lorne Michaels has booked Alec Baldwin to portray Republican nominee Donald Trump on the upcoming season of Saturday Night Live. The show is set to make its season premiere this week.
Jennifer Lopez will serve as executive producer and judge on the upcoming World of Dance and Jennifer Beals is teaming with Kenny Ortega and James Larosa for a dance drama on Fox.
Spike Lee’s Netflix adaptation of his film She’s Gotta Have It has tapped Hamilton star Anthony Ramos as one of the male leads. The streaming giant recently gave a 10-episode order for the small-screen version of the 1986 indie classic.
Cable drama pilot The Sinner has landed Bill Pullman. He joins previously cast Jessica Biel in the USA Network project.
The Good Wife star Alan Cumming is looking to continue his relationship with CBS for the new crime drama Dr. Death. Based on the upcoming book by James Patterson, the series is currently in development with Cumming set to star and executive produce alongside Michael Rauch and Alex Kurtzman.
YouTube star Lilly Singh has booked a guest starring role on CBS family comedy Life in Pieces. She will play a talkative babysitter hired by Colin Hanks and Zoe Lister-Jones’s characters.
Vice Principals star Walton Goggins has landed the starring role in Keeping It Real, a new dark comedy currently in development at Showtime with a commitment from the network. CBS TV Studios and Timberman/Beverly are also working on the show
Dark comedy My So Called Wife on Bravo has landed Uma Thurman in a recurring role. The series hails from Universal Cable Productions and executive producers Adam Brooks and Paul Adelstein.
Black Sails actor Toby Stephens has boarded the Netflix reboot of Lost in Space based on the 1965 cult classic TV series from Irwin Allen. Stephens joins Taylor Russell and Maxwell Jenkins in the series written and produced by Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama.
The newly minted Emmy-winning Netflix comedy Master of None has landed Academy Award-nominated actress Angela Bassett for season two. Bassett, along with series co-creator, Aziz Ansari, dreamed up an ideal role for her to test her comedy skills.
With Ewan McGregor tapped to play a pair of twin brothers and Carrie Coon signed on as the police chief, the cast for Season 3 of Fargo is already shaping up well. Now the series has added another big name: Mary Elizabeth Winstead as a lead character named Nikki Swango.
Broadway performer Ben Vereen is joining Fox comedy Making History in a recurring role. The series stars Adam Pally, Yassir Lester, and Leighton Meester, and was created by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
Fox drama series Pitch has booked Rita Wilson and Lyndsy Fonseca for guest starring roles. The series was created by Dan Fogelman and follows the first female to play in the major leagues.
Emmy-winner Tony Shalhoub has been cast in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, the Amazon drama pilot starring House of Cards actor Rachel Brosnahan. The series is written and created by Gilmore Girls scribe Amy Sherman-Palladino.