Jennifer Beals has landed the lead role in Proof, a supernatural medical pilot for TNT, executive-produced by Kyra Sedgwick, Deadline reports.
Tom's real identity might soon come out!
Peter Scanavino has been tapped to play the older brother of Tom Keen (Ryan Eggold), who's married to FBI Agent Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone), on The Blacklist, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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John Corbett has signed on to star alongside Denis Leary's FX comedy pilot Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Because Scandal apparently isn't over-the-top enough, Tony Goldwyn has decided to go full-camp, signing on to the Lifetime movie Outlaw Prophet.
'90s star: Where are they now?
Patricia Arquette has been tapped to star in CBS' latest CSI spin-off pilot, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Arquette will play Avery Ryan, the head of the FBI's Cyber Crime Division in Quantico, Va., who solves crimes that start in the mind, live online and play out in the real world.
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After being fired from Dancing with the Stars last month, Brooke Burke-Charvet isn't looking back. The former reality show co-host is set to guest-star on Melissa & Joey, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Leven Rambin, who played Glimmer in The Hunger Games, has joined The Tomorrow People in a dangerous new role, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Gotham, the Batman prequel drama, has found its Bruce Wayne.
Touch star David Mazouz has been cast as the young billionaire who is sentenced to a solitary life after the tragic murder of his wealthy parents. Serious and soulful, young Bruce relies on the guidance and protection of Alfred Pennyworth (Sean Pertwee) and James Gordon(Benjamin McKenzie).
Will Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) ever run out of followers on Fox's The Following?
Not any time soon, apparently. The show has added newcomer Mackenzie Marsh in a recurring guest role as Tilda, a woman with anger issues (naturally) who forms an attachment to the escaped serial killer, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have joined FX's upcoming Fargo adaptation.
The duo, best known for their Comedy Central sketch show Key and Peele, will star in a guest arc in the final four episodes of the 10-episode series.
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