Categorised | News

Tags |

Thursday's "New Tomorrow Person, a Will Arnett comedy, FX to Crash and Burn and Killing creator's Cinemax team-up" news

Posted on February 21, 2013 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

Film casting

Australian TV

UK TV

US TV

US TV casting

  • Hugh Dillon to be a regular and Aaron Douglas to recur on The Killing
  • Josh Hamilton to guest on Elementary [minor spoilers]

New US TV shows

New US TV show casting

  • June Diane Raphael to star in ABC's Pulling remake
  • Luke Mitchell to star in The CW's The Tomorrow People remake, Malese Jow and Titus Makin Jr to co-star in The CW's Oxygen
  • Marc Blucas to co-star in ABC's Killer Women
  • Steve Zahen to star in ABC's Influence
  • Will Arnett to star in CBS's Greg Garcia comedy
  • David Harewood joins CBS's Anatomy of Violence
  • Orlando Jones joins Fox's Sleepy Hollow, Adam Campbell joins ABC's Mixology
  • Rockmond Dunbar to co-star in ABC's Doubt, Isiah Whitlock Jr to star in ABC's The Syndicate remake Lucky 7
  • Matt Craven joins ABC's The Returned, Brent Morin and Rick Glassman join NBC's Undateable
  • Tory Kittles to recur on HBO's True Detective
  • Annie Mumolo to star in ABC's Middle Age Rage
  • Sung Kang to star in Fox's Gang Related, Michael Rady to star in CBS's Intelligence
  • Paget Brewster to star in ABC's Spy remake, Henry Thomas to star in ABC's Betrayal

Read other posts about:

Allowable comments

You can leave just about any kind of comment you like. You can argue, suggest I am (or anyone else is) wrong, leaving general messages of love – anything. However, you absolutely can't leave messages that attack other commenters (or me), are simple variations of "your review sucks" or that are misogynistic, racist, homophobic, etc: your comment will either be edited or deleted and you'll be barred from leaving any further comments. We want to keep it civil here.

Spoilers

You can hide a spoiler by putting <spoiler> before it and </spoiler> after it. Hover over a spoiler to reveal it!

Featured Articles

The Bold Type

Journalism for people who can't read more than a Tweet