Arrow, Jane The Virgin, Constantine, and other TV productions have made recent TV show casting, TV movie casting, and TV directing news. These shows and movies air on NBC and The CW.
Aquarius | We Hate Paul Revere | Looking (NBC, AMC, HBO)
Brian Gattas…has landed recurring roles on NBC drama series Aquarius (Rue Fisher) and AMC’s half-hour comedy pilot We Hate Paul Revere. He also will guest star on the Season 2 premiere of HBO dramedy Looking.
Jane The Virgin (The CW)
Brian Dare (Pretty Little Liars) has been booked as recurring on CW’s Jane The Virgin…Dare…will play Luca, Jane’s co -worker and gay friend.
The Brink (HBO)
Rob Brydon and Michelle Gomez are set to guest star opposite Jack Black and Tim Robbins on HBO half-hour comedy series The Brink, from Jerry Weintraub. Directed by Jay Roach from a script by brothers Roberto and Kim Benabib
The Last Kingdom (BBC)
Alexander Dreymon (American Horror Story: Coven) has been tapped for the role of Uhtred in the eight-hour Game Of Thrones-esque epic series for BBC America and BBC2…The series’ protagonist and hero is Uhtred (Dreymon). When his noble Saxon parents are killed by the Vikings, the marauders kidnap him and raise him as one of their own. Forced to choose between the country of his birth and the people of his upbringing, his loyalties are continually tested.
Arrow (The CW)
Austin Butler has booked a recurring role on The CW hit drama Arrow. Butler will play Chase, a charismatic DJ whose talent and wiles catch the attention of Thea Queen. Their professional relationship will quickly blossom into a romance.
Ben Hollingsworth has been cast as a recurring in Fox’s new drama series Backstrom. Created by Bones creator/executive producer Hart Hanson based on the Swedish book series by Leif G. W. Persson…Hollingsworth will play DA Steven Kines, who meets with Backstrom regarding a material witness who’s gone missing.
Emmet Scanlan…is set to play Jim Corrigan in the upcoming NBC series, “Constantine,”…DC Comics fan will recall, is the original alter-ego of the nigh-omnipotent Spectre.
Corrigan made his first comic book appearance in 1940’s “More Fun Comics” #52. A police officer, Corrigan is murdered by criminals. When his soul refuses to enter the afterlife, however, he returns as a powerful supernatural defender of justice.
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