Brad Garrett has been tapped for a guest starring role in the two-part season finale of Law & Order: SVU this season, while Bella Heathcote has joined Amazon’s hit series The Man In The High Castle.
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Supergirl executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti revealed at a screening of an upcoming episode their plans to bring Lynda Carter to the action series. That and more in today’s TV casting round-up!
Lucas Till lands the role of MacGyver in CBS’s action pilot while ABC’s Shots Fired adds Helen Hunt, Richard Dreyfuss, and Stephen Moyer.
Eight years after Superbad won over comedy fans everywhere, Jonah Hill and Emma Stone are re-teaming for a new dark comedy series entitled Maniac, based on the Norwegian format, with True Detective helmer Cary Fukunaga set to direct. That and more in our daily TV casting round-up!
Film icon Nicolas Cage will star in the new action thriller Philly Fury as an unpredictable mobster and alleged kidnapper.
Nicolas Cage is set to direct Vengeance: A Love Story, after previously attached director Harold Becker dropped out. Cage is also attached to star in the drama thriller.
Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods has landed Ian McShane to star opposite The 100‘s Ricky Whittle. Bryan Fuller and Michael Green are writer/showrunners of the series.
Screen legend Burt Reynolds is set to star in Adam Rifkin’s dark comedy Dog Years. Rifkin will direct from his own script, with Gore Verbinski on board to produce.
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!
Another day gearing up for pilot season, another onslaught of casting news. Luke Perry, Elisabeth Shue, and Dermot Mulroney have all landed new roles in new series.
Demi Moore has signed on to lead the series 10 Days In The Valley from Skydance Television while Powerless has added Danny Pudi, Alan Tudyk, and Christine Kirk. The trio joins previously cast Vanessa Hudgens.
Vanessa Hudgens joins NBC’s DC Universe-based office comedy Powerless, Felicity Huffman and John Ridley extend their relationship, Hina Abdullah joins The Jury and more in today’s TV Casting news.
Thunder Road Pictures has snapped up the high-powered action thriller Smoke On The Water from scribes Trey Callaway and Rick Parks–a project which could prove to be the launch of a new blockbuster franchise.
Who will the original Dr. Frank-N-Furter play in Fox’s remake? Twisted‘s Kylie Bunbury is playing ball, Neil Patrick Harris to experience Unfortunate Events while Trisha Yearwood and Prince Royce are feeling the passion.
Game of Thrones star and future Aquaman Jason Momoa has been tapped to star in Frontier, a new western drama set up at Netflix. Brad Peyton, who helmed this year’s disaster actioner San Andreas, is directing all six episodes of the first season, which is scheduled to premiere at some point in 2016.
J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spinoff has added Ron Perlman to its increasingly long list of top tier talent. Details are tight on the film’s plot but it is rumored that the Hellboy star will play a goblin.
Character actor Robert Knepper is the latest to join Showtime’s revival of the 1990’s mystery series, which also stars fellow newcomers Amanda Seyfried and Balthazar Getty, along with Kyle MacLachlan reprising his role as Agent Dale Cooper.
The film follows an everyman logger who operates along the U.S./Canada border. After he’s confronted by a gang of violent drug runners, he must barricade his secluded woodland cabin and take up arms against the criminals in order to protect his family.
The story revolves around the American Belko company in South America, which is mysteriously sealed off at the beginning of a work day, and its employees are ordered to kill each other or be killed themselves.
Jason Momoa in talks for lead in dystopian love story.
The new cast joins previously announced Jill Hennessy, Drea de Matteo, Charlbi Dean, and Sinclaire Schaefer.