The Arcana Chronicles, Graves, Agent Carter, and other TV productions have made recent TV show casting, TV movie casting, and TV directing news. These shows and movies air on Epix and ABC.
Francois Arnaud has booked a recurring role on NBC’s thriller drama series Blindspot…Arnaud will play a mysterious character from Jane’s distant past.
The Wilding (USA)
LisaGay Hamilton (House Of Cards) has landed a series regular role in the USA Network and Universal Cable Prods’ pilot The Wilding…Hamilton will play Dr. Emily Bergom, pharmaceutical researcher and mother of three who becomes desperate to assert her sanity when she begins to experience auditory hallucinations that place her family and career in jeopardy.
Agent Carter (ABC)
Wynn Everett, Lotte Verbeek (The Fault In Our Stars), Currie Graham (Pompeii) and Reggie Austin (Devious Maids) have joined as regulars for the second season of the ABC action-drama series.
Everett will play the storied Marvel comics character Whitney Frost, a Hollywood actress and brilliant inventor. Verbeek is Ana Jarvis, the free-spirited wife of Edwin Jarvis (James D’Arcy), who immediately befriends Peggy and helps her to adjust to life in Los Angeles. Graham plays Whitney’s husband Calvin Chadwick, a high-powered businessman. Austin is Jason Wilkes, a quirky yet charismatic scientist who instantly charms Peggy.
The Arcana Chronicles
Writer Seamus Kevin Fahey (Battlestar Galactica, The Following) has been brought in to pen an adaptation of the first book in the series, Poison Princess. In the vein of YA staples like The Hunger Games, The Selection and Divergent, Poison Princess is a dystopian tale about a young woman who realizes she has the power to rebuild the world.
Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters) has been cast as a semi-regular on Epix original series Graves…Hudson will play Jacob Mann, a staple in the Graves Family for decades, who acts as the Family Fixer. While having helped them out of numerous sticky situations over the years, Jacob has become a member of the former First family – viewed as an Uncle by the children and relied upon by both the Former President and First Lady in almost every situation.
I’m Dying Up Here (Showtime)
Ari Graynor (For A Good Time Call) has joined the hourlong Showtime dark comedy pilot I’m Dying Up Here. Written and executive produced by former stand-up comedian Dave Flebotte…Graynor will play Cassie, a smart, witty and ambitious comedian from Texas who wants to be taken as seriously as her male comic contemporaries.
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