Jennifer Hasty is joining the cast of SELFIE. The dramedy series, starring Karen Gillan and John Cho, centers on a young woman more obsessed with social media than the people she interacts with every day. Hasty will play Joan, a co-worker of Gillan’s Eliza who she tries to befriend. Hasty is repped by House of Representatives and Billy Miller Management.
Enver Gjokaj is set to co-star in MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER, the new “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” spinoff. The series centers on Hayley Atwell’s Agent Peggy Carter as she works for the covert Strategic Scientific Reserve in 1946. Gjokaj will play Agent Daniel Sousa, a war hero whose valliant fighting has left him with a crippling leg injury. Gjokaj is repped by ICM and Suskin Management.
Riley Voelkel is set as one of the leads of the family drama pilot POINT OF HONOR from “Lost” showrunner Carlton Cuse and “Braveheart” screenwriter Randall Wallace. The show focuses on two friends and brothers-in-law who find themselves on opposite sides of a conflict. Voelkel will play one of the men’s wives. She is repped by Innovative Artists and Luber Roklin Entertainment.
Luke Kleintaink will appear in the pilot THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE. Based on the novel of the same name by Philip K. Dick, the show explores an alternate reality in which the Axis won World War II, and the U.S. is now controlled by Nazi Germany and Japan. Kleintank will play Joe Blake, a New York man who recently joined the American Resistance. He is repped by Innovative Artists and Robert Stein Management.
George Blagden will play Louis XIV on the upcoming series VERSAILLES. The French series follows the young Louis who sets up a trap at the French palace to find the noble men and women who are attempting to do him harm. Blagden joins Alexander Vlahos, Dominique Blanc, and Amira Casar. He is repped by The Artists Partnership and Untitled Entertainment.
Jesse Metcalfe will guest star on the upcoming season of TWO BROKE GIRLS. The comedy series follows two single girls working at a diner with big plans but empty wallets. No word yet on the role Metcalfe will play. Metcalfe is repped by Gersh, Independent Talent Group and Untitled Entertainment.
Kim Kardashian will guest star on the season four premiere of TWO BROKE GIRLS. The series began with two down-on-their-luck twentysomethings, both waitressing at a greasy spoon diner but dreaming of something bigger. Since then, the “girls” have opened up their own cupcake shop out of the diner where they work. Kardashian will play herself and will send a producer to talk to Max and Caroline about shooting an episode of her reality TV show in front of their cupcake window. Kardashian is repped by WME.
Kathryn Prescott will star in the upcoming miniseries THE DOVEKEEPERS. The project from Mark Burnett and Roma Downey will follow four women whose lives intersect as they struggle to survive during the seige of Masada. Prescott will play Aziza, a teenage tomboy and expert archer who disguises herself as a boy in order to fight. She is repped by Gersh and Principal Entertainment.
Patton Oswalt will guest star in the sixth episode freshman buddy cop show BATTLE CREEK. The series follows a successful FBI agent who sets up a field office in the titular down-on-its-luck town of Battle Creek, and chooses a local detective as his partner. Oswalt will play the town’s eccentric mayor. He is repped by CAA and Generate.
Rila Fukushima will recur and Nolan Funk will guest star on season three of ARROW. Based on the “Green Arrow” comic books, the series follows billionaire Oliver Queen, who is stranded on an island for five years and returns with exceptional fighting skills and a secret mission. Fukushima replaces the previously cast Devon Aoki as Tatsu Yamashiro (code name “Katana”), Queen’s mentor. Funk will appear in the fifth episode of the season as Felicity Smoak’s hacker ex-boyfriend. Fukushima is repped by ICM Partners and Seven Summits Pictures & Management; Funk is repped by Independent Talent Group and Authentic Talent and Literary Management.
Lucy Punch will star in an UNTITLED EXPAT COMEDY, which she will write and executive produce alongside Ant Hines and Casper Christensen. The comedy follows a desperate English expat who marries a death row convict for a green card, thinking she’ll rarely need to see him. Her life gets turned upside down when he suddenly shows up at her doorstep with a reprieve before his execution. Punch is repped by CAA, The Schiff Company, and United Agents.
Daniel Franzese will recur on the second season LOOKING. The comedy follows a group of gay friends living in San Francisco. Franzese will play new love interest Eddie, who works at a local nonprofit. He is repped by Stone Manners Salners Agency and Advanced Management.
Courtney B. Vance and James Remar join the cast of freshman drama STATE OF AFFAIRS. The series stars Katherine Heigl as the president’s CIA briefer who advises on the events and issues of the day. Vance will play the First Gentleman Marshall Payton, high profile lawyer and husband to the president, while Remar has been cast as Syd, a former CIA agent who now runs a “clandestine” agency. Vance and Remar are both repped by Gersh and Lighthouse Entertainment.
Lori Petty will be back as Lolly for the third season of ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK. The prison dramedy follows upper middle class Piper as she navigates her time in a women’s prison. Last season, Petty made a brief cameo as a fellow inmate being transferred who sits next to Piper on the plane. She is repped by Kazarian, Measures, Ruskin & Associates and Intellectual Property Group.
Roberto Urbina will be a series regular on the freshman drama NARCOS. The series will explore the growth of world-wide cocaine cartels, as well as the efforts by law enforcement to curtail them. Urbina plays Fabio Ochoa, a playboy drug dealer. He is repped by Global Artists Agency and Robert Stein Management.
David Sutcliffe will be a series regular on the freshman drama PROOF. The series follows a brilliant surgeon, played by Jennifer Beals, who investigates cases of reported paranormal occurrences. Sutcliffe will play Beals’ character’s ex-husband. He is repped by Noble Caplan Abrams and Robert Stein Management.