Just days after announcing her exit from Grey’s Anatomy, Sarah Drew has landed the the role of Cagney in CBS’s Cagney & Lacey reboot. Michelle Hurd has nabbed the role of Lacey. All this and more on today’s TV casting round-up.
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Based on true events and an original story by Maria Bello, the film tells the story of Nanisca (Davis), General of the all-female military unit known as the Amazons, and her daughter Nawi (Nyong’o), who together fought the French and neighboring tribes who violated their honor, enslaved their people, and threatened to destroy everything they’ve lived for.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins and the film’s male lead Chris Pine are reuniting for the six-episode limited drama One Day She’ll Darken. TNT announced at their TCA panel they had given the project a straight-to-series order, with Jenkins attached to direct the pilot and Pine set to star in all six installments.
Williams and Chris Pine will play ex-lovers and veteran spies who reunite for dinner, where they reminisce about a failed mission, though it’s unclear whether Pine hopes to rekindle their romance or get to the bottom of a conspiracy.
Lea Michele is saying goodbye to Scream Queens as she joins an untitled comedy on ABC while Dylan McDermott and Austin Stowell both board pilots at Fox.
Gilmore Girls star Lauren Graham is moving back to network television to headline Fox’s half-hour comedy Linda from HR. The pilot was picked up after Graham’s boarding the project, lifting the casting contingency.
Chris Pine has been cast as the patriarch of the Murry family in Ava DuVernay’s upcoming adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time at Disney.
Lando himself has joined ABC’s Dirty Dancing remake; Training Day has recruited Drew Van Acker; Georgina Haig will head to Mars for the CW; and more in today’s TV casting round-up!
Vanessa Williams to star in a new series based on the book from former The View host Star Jones, Jason Lee signs up for CBS comedy, Katie Aselton joins Noah Hawley’s FX pilot Legion, and more in our daily casting round-up!
Tracy Morgan is teaming with Jordan Peele for a new FX comedy, Netflix’s Black Mirror taps Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie Davis, Chicago P.D. and Fire bring in new blood.
Lauren Graham and Rob Riggle are heading back to school in Middle School from CBS Films. The project is based on the best-selling series from James Patterson.
It’s a big day for Lauren Graham, with announcements that she is writing a script for Mae Whitman and is in talks to sign-on for a limited series revival of Gilmore Girls with Alexis Bledel.
Sarah Chalke and Cameron Esposito will play a couple raising their young son in the latest holiday-themed film from Garry Marshall. This is the latest casting notice in a long line of A-list stars who have recently joined the film.
The film was span Eldon’s life as an artist, explorer, and traveler who helped lead aid missions across Africa. Bello is a member of the Creative Visions Foundation, which was formed in Eldon’s honor.
Chris Pine has now officially closed a deal to star as love interest to Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman. The pic marks the first solo outing for the Amazonian warrior turned superheroine after the character makes her debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which bows in 2016.
Goon followed the exploits of hockey enforcer Doug “The Thug” Glatt, a kind-hearted softie able to take and dish out a mean beating both on and off the ice.
Pine is in talks to play Steve Trevor. In the DC comic book universe, Trevor is a pilot that crash-lands on Paradise Island, the home of the Amazons, and falls in love with Diana, AKA Wonder Woman.
Goodwin will voice a rabbit named Judy Hopps, a by books meter maid that is trying to become a cop. She has to team up with a fox to prove his innocence and solve a mystery.
The actress is reprising her role as Ariel in the second half of the season.
Michael Caine and Lizzy Caplan are also starring in the upcoming heist flick.
Garner previously starred in ABC’s period drama “Pan Am.”
The actress has previously guest-starred on two other series with Matthew Perry: “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip” and “Go On.”
“Glee” star Lea Michele will also guest on the gritty drama.