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Wednesday's "Karl Urban goes back to TV, Alfred Molina goes back to comedy and Sherlock goes for a 4th season" news

Posted on March 13, 2013 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share


  • Sony to adapt 70s sitcom Good Times
Film casting

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US TV casting

New US TV shows

  • Sundance orders The Descendants [subscription required]
  • TBS developing Clipsters, Showtime working on servants comedy

New US TV show casting

  • James Spader to star in NBC's The Blacklist
  • Karl Urban and Minka Kelly to star in Fox's Human
  • Kristen Schaal to replace Mandy Moore on ABC's Pulling remake
  • Louise Lombard to star in The CW's The Selection
  • Tom Berenger to star in Fox's Gang Related
  • Ann Cusack joins NBC's Girlfriend in a Coma, John Billingsley joins CBS's Intelligence
  • Alfred Molina to star in NBC's Assistance
  • Kate Walsh to star in NBC's Bad Judge?
  • Skeet Ulrich to star in CBS's Anatomy of Violence
  • Kristoffer Polaha joins CBS's Backstrom, Kelly Hu joins The CW's The 100
  • Jason Jones joins ABC's Divorce: A Love Story, Ryan Eggold joins NBC's The Blacklist, Anna Wood joins CBS's Reckless + other pilot casting
  • Stephen Lang to star in ABC's Reckless (yes, there are two of them)
  • Christina Cole to star in CBS's Second Sight, Kerry Bishe joins AMC's Halt & Catch Fire
  • Michael Huisman to star in NBC's The Sixth Gun
  • Stella Maeve to star in The CW's Company Town, Heather Lind to star in AMC's Turn
  • Casting on NBC's Holding Patterns, Believe and Rand Ravich drama
  • Casting on The CW's Reign and The 100

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