Busy Phillips is set to appear in the season premiere of DON’T TRUST THE B– IN APARTMENT 23, reuniting with her “Dawson’s Creek” co-star James Van Der Beek. Phillips will play herself as Van Der Beek (playing a fictional version of himself) tries to organize a reunion between his “Creek” co-stars. Phillips currently stars on the TBS sitcom “Cougar Town”, which spent its first three seasons on NBC. She is repped by ICM and Framework Entertainment.
HAPPY ENDINGS has cast Rachael Harris in a guest starring role for the new season. She will play a realtor who works to find a place for Alex and Dave, the couple who split at the beginning of the series and then got back together at the end of season two. Harris is widely known for appearing in the first “Hangover” film, as well as for starring in the sitcom “Notes from the Underbelly” and appearing in “Modern Family”, “My Boys” and “Party Down”. She is repped by UTA and Principato/Young Entertainment.
Raymond J. Barry has been added as a guest star for the second season of NEW GIRL, playing a man claiming to be the future version of Nick (Jake Johnson). Barry has had arcs on “CSI” and “Cold Case”, and currently plays recurring character Arlo Givens on “Justified”. He is repped by MTA and McGowan Management.
SONS OF ANARCHY has cast Joel McHale in a multi-episode arc as a con man who double-crosses the wrong man. McHale currently stars on “Community” and hosts the comedy talk show “The Soup”. He has also appeared in the films “The Informant”, “Spy Kids: All the Time in the World”, and “Ted”. He is repped by WME.
COMMUNITY is adding Matt Lucas to its recurring cast as a new history professor at Greendale Community College. Lucas co-created and starred in the British sketch comedy show “Little Britain” and its American spinoff, as well as appeared in Tim Burton’s “Alice and Wonderland” as Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum. But he is most well known for playing Kristen Wiig’s roommate in the comedy mega-hit “Bridesmaids”. He is repped by CAA and Principato/Young Entertainment.