Paul Wesley isn't the only Tell Me a Story actor coming back for seconds. The Originals alum Danielle Campbell, who took on Little Red Riding Hood in Season 1, is headed back to Kevin Williamson's twisted fairy tale anthology for Season 2.
Per Deadline, Campbell will take on the role of Olivia, an intelligent and strong-willed woman who ditches her boyfriend and small-town life when she moves to Nashville to pursue a master's degree in Philosophy and Comparative Literature. However, fate will intervene and force her to rely on her wit and strength in order to survive. Despite her love of literature, Olivia is reportedly not inspired by "Beauty and the Beast" character Belle and is actually tied to the "Sleeping Beauty" story.
Meanwhile, Matrix and Marvel's Jessica Jones alum Carrie-Anne Moss will join the series as Rebecca, a windowed mother of three in the story inspired by "Sleeping Beauty." After devoting her life to raising her children alone, she's finally ready to take a step back and start focusing on herself.
In addition to Wesley, Campbell, and Moss, Season 2 will also star Odette Annable as Rebecca's overachieving middle child Maddie, who after years of playing peacemaker for her siblings is reluctant to do the same for the man she loves. Plus, Natalie Alyn Lind's Ashley is a rising country star who becomes a shut-in after surviving a brutal attack.
No word yet on when Season 2 will arrive.
Season 1 of Tell Me a Story is available to stream exclusively on CBS All Access.
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