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TV Casting: SUPERGIRL, THE FLASH, Bill Hader to Direct & Star in BARRY

Bill Hader

Barry, Supergirl, and The Flash have made recent TV show casting and TV directing news. These shows air on HBO, CBS, and The CW.

Barry (HBO)

Bill Hader will direct, write, and star in Barry, the story of a melancholy ex-Marine turned hitman who finds acceptance amongst actors in the turbulent landscape of Los Angeles theater.

Supergirl (CBS)

Lauren Hope will portray a Bizarro version of Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) on the February 1, 2016 episode (Bizarro) of the superhero TV series.

Laura Vandervoort has been cast as living supercomputer Indigo, who was previously imprisoned in Fort Rozz.

Jeff Branson has been cast as no non-sense Fort Rozz prison guard Master Jailer, who is determined to recapture all the prisoners previously under his lock and key.

The Flash (The CW)

Aaron Douglas has been cast in the mid-season premiere of the superhero TV show as the villain The Turtle, who has the meta-human ability of slowing time.

Good Place (NBC)

Kristen Bell and Ted Danson have been cast as the stars of the new series which centers on Eleanor (Bell), who has an epiphany and releazes that that she could have been nicer those around and in certain situation. Michael (Danson) becomes her guide as she sets out on this new journey and direction in her life.

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