MR. ROBOT has added Craig Robinson and Grace Gummer to their roster for season 2. Robinson will play a neighborhood local that asks for Elliot’s (Rami Malek) help while Gummer will portray a young FBI field agent named Dominique “Dom” DiPierro who is investigating the Elliot’s Evil Corp Hack.
Jenna Fischer has been cast opposite Matt LeBlanc in his untitled multicam CBS comedy pilot. The Office alum will play LeBlanc’s on-screen wife who decides to go back to work as a medical lab technician while he stays at home to raise their kids.
Fischer is repped by WME.
The Fox pilot for the TV adaptation of LETHAL WEAPON has nabbed Mad Men alum, Kevin Rahm as a series regular opposite Damon Wayans Sr. Rahm’s character, the humble and successful Captain Avery, paired Murtaugh and Riggs to put jolt back into Murtaugh’s career.
The pilot is written by Matt Miller and directed by McG. The two have also signed on to exec produce alongside Dan Lin and Jennifer Gwartz executive produce the pilot for Warner Bros. TV and Lin Pictures.
Rahm is repped by Gersh.
Jon Daly has joined Judy Greer in the yet-be-titled Fox comedy pilot by Laura Steinel. The show will follow Greer’s character who is over-used and under-appreciated head of H.R. for a plastic molding plant. She is caught between trying to manage her incompetent human resources department and a new eccentric CEO who dreams of bringing the New Jersey plastics plant into the future. Daly will play a character named Gene.
Daly is repped by UTA.
Lex Scott Davis is joining Bill Paxton and Katrina Law in the CBS adaptation of TRAINING DAY. Scott Davis recently got her break playing Toni Braxton in the LifeTime biopic Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart. The show is being executive produced by the 2001 film’s director Antoine Fuqua and pilot scribe Will Beall alongside Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman and KristieAnne Reed.
Kevin Rankin has been cast as a series regular opposite Jeremy Sisto and Archie Panjabi in ABC’s upcoming courtroom drama THE JURY. Rankin recently appeared on Gracepoint, Fox’s adaptation of the UK drama Broadchurch.