Category Archives: Attachments (TV)
After nine seasons we’re finally meeting Penny’s family on The Big Bang Theory, with Katey Sagal and Jack McBrayer tapped to play Penny’s mother and brother. They will appear in the first episode of the upcoming season.
It looks like a Grey’s Anatomy alum T.R. Knight is set to return to Shondaland. The Emmy Award-winning actor has been tapped for a recurring role in the second season of The Catch.
NBC’s upcoming workplace comedy Powerless has added stand-up comedian and Undateable alum Ron Funches to the cast. Set in the DC Comic universe, the series follows the employees of RetCon Insurance, a company that specializes in regular-people coverage against damage caused by the crime-fighting superheroes.
Starz’s upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s epic American Gods has added another cast member to its growing list. Stand-up comedian Dane Cook will take on the role of Robbie, Shadow’s (Ricky Whittle) best friend. In the novel, Robbie dies in a car crash alongside Shadow’s wife Laura, prompting Shadow’s early release from prison.
Neighbors 2 star Rose Byrne is switching from comedy to drama in the upcoming HBO movie THe Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. The Golden Globe-nominated actress will star opposite Oprah Winfrey in the true story about Henrietta Lacks, a woman whose cells were used to create the first immortal human cell line.
A slew of actors are moving to National City for season two of The CW’s Supergirl. The latest addition is Det. Maggie Sawyer, played by Floriana Lima, who takes a special interest in cases involving aliens.
Fargo Season 3 has found its co-lead in The Leftovers’ Carrie Coon. She joins Ewan McGregor for the 2017 season of the anthology series.
Get ready to see more John Barrowman this fall – he’s been upped to series regular on Arrow, The Flash, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
The pop sensation is set to play Penny Pingleton in the NBC musical event opposite Maddie Baillio who will star as Tracy Turnblad.
Jefferey Dean Morgan, who plays the sinister Negan on the AMC zombie drama, has been upped to series regular for season seven along with Tom Payne, Xander Berkeley, and Austin Amelio.
In addition to their responsibilities in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Russo brothers have decided to add another adaptation to their plate. The two will work with Paramount and Hulu to adapt the 1979 cult classic The Warriors into an hourlong drama.
Harry Potter alum Tom Felton has joined The Flash as a series regular. Felton will play Julian Dorn, a fellow CSI at the Central City Police Department who suspects there’s more to Barry Allen than just his good guy reputation.
After this week’s game-changing season 6 finale, producers have confirmed the first big information regarding the new season by revealing four directors booked for the show.
The CW has booked Tyler Ritter for a recurring role on the upcoming season of Arrow. He will play Detective Malone, a new addition to the Star City Police Department.
Dawson’s Creek star James Van Der Beek has been tapped to star in Carters Get Rich. The six-part comedy series hails from Roughcut TV and Sky 1.
Ryan Murphy has been keeping the details for the upcoming sixth season of American Horror Story under wraps, but as far as the cast is concerned, many of Murphy’s core company will be returning — including Cheyenne Jackson.
The Imitation Game star Matthew Goode has been tapped to star in WGN America’s Roadside Picnic. The series is based on the famous novel by popular science fiction writers Arkady Strugatsky and Boris Strugatsky.
The Will & Grace alum and Fresh Off the boat star are the latest to join the growing cast of the sci-fi/techie anthology series Dimension 404 at Hulu.
The campy horror series will be set in a hospital and the Twilight alum is set to play Dr. Cassidy Cascade, a doc who suffers from a strange condition and becomes a suspect in a string of tragic events happening in the hospital.
Archie Panjabi is moving to NBC for a little while with a major recurring role on their sophomore drama Blindspot. She will play the head of a secret division of the NSA that has been tracking the Jane Doe case.
Lynda Carter, who is known for playing Wonder Woman on the 1970s TV series, has been tapped to play the U.S. President on The CW superhero drama series.
TLC’s first script series Too Close To Home has set its cast and tapped Heather Locklear for a guest starring role. The drama is written, directed, and produced by Tyler Perry.
Eliza Coupe has been added to the cast of the upcoming TNT drama Civil, which is set after a controversial Presidential election that leaves America on the brink of a modern day Civil War.
ABC’s critically acclaimed American Crime has signed up Regina King for season three. The actress was nominated for an Emmy for her performance in the first season and is in contention again this year for season two.
Wilmer Valderrama is joining NCIS in as a series regular for season 14 in a move to help fill the void left by the exit of Michael Weatherly.
Tyler Hoechlin is set to fly as Superman/Clark Kent in a recurring role during season two of Supergirl. The character communicated with Kara Danvers throughout the first season and even briefly flew to National City.
Grindhouse-inspired series Blood Drive has tapped Christina Ochoa to star. The series has a 13 episode straight-to-series order from Syfy.
The CW has set up its full cast for its upcoming MadTV reboot. Cast members include Jeremy Howard, Adam Ray, Carlie Craig, Chelsea Davison, Amir K, Lyric Lewis, Piotr Michael, and Michelle Ortiz.
Hulu sci-fi anthology series Dimension 404 has tapped Community‘s Joel McHale and Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland for roles. The show is based on the 404 error code often seen on the Internet and will explore the weird side of the Internet as characters come across stories that cannot explain the world as we know it.
NBC has tapped Scott Ellis to helm their live adaptation of Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men. Sorkin revealed the news during a panel with NBC chairman Robert Greenblatt, executive producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron.