Tricia Helfer has joined the Season 2 cast of Playstation and Sony Pictures TV’s Powers. She will play FBI Special Agent Lange, who, like the comic book character, shares a history and palpable sexual tension with Detective Walker (Sharlto Copley). Lange walks a fine line between the Powers world and the government, and can be both ally and enemy when it suits her agenda.
Roger Bart has landed a recurring role opposite Nick Nolte in Epix original series Graves…Bart will play Lawrence Mills, a long-established D.C. speechwriter, who worked as the Graves administration’s director of communications where he crafted the President’s signature rhetoric even if, at times, it compromised his own lifestyle and ideology.
Callie Hernandez has booked a series regular role opposite Nick Nolte in Epix original series Graves…Hernandez will play Samantha, a tattooed, free spirit who’s waiting tables in a small Santa Fe coffee shop when President Graves enters her life and finds her take on the world to be what’s lacking in his. Becoming his muse, Samantha is often along for the journey with Graves and Isaiah as he seeks to right his self-perceived wrongs.
Tembi Locke (Dumb And Dumber To) has booked a recurring role on USA Network’s drama pilot Shooter…Locke will play Claire Hopkins, FBI Special Agent In Charge. As Nadine’s boss, doing her job and doing it well is how she operates. Making friends is not her priority.
Kevin Rankin has joined the cast of Fox’s drama series Lucifer as a regular.
Rankin will play Malcolm Graham, a decorated detective with an ends-justify-the-means approach to the law. He is beloved by his peers but, underneath his easygoing nature, is a master manipulator.
The Wilding (USA)
Jordana Spiro (The Good Wife) has been tapped for the lead in The Wilding…Spiro will play Margaret Hayes, a psychiatrist whose teenage daughter has been diagnosed with a delusional disorder, though Kayla’s true “condition” makes her the one patient Margaret can’t save.