TV Show Casting


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Pitch, Cruel Intentions, Riverdale, and other TV productions have made recent TV show casting, TV movie casting, and TV directing news. These shows and movies air on Fox, NBC, and The CW.

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The Death of Eva Sofia Valdez (ABC)

Raúl Castillo has been cast as Sebastian, the son of celebrated Miami entrepreneur Eva Sofia Valdez.

Ray Donovan (Showtime)

Pasha Lychnikoff has been cast as Russian gangster Ivan Belikov, who is wanted by the Los Angeles police department.

Dirty Dancing (ABC)

Colt Prattes has been cast as dance instructer Johnny. Wayne Blair is directing with Jessica Sharzer writing the screenplay and Andy Blankenbuehler creating the choreography.

Jean-Claude Van Johnson (Amazon)

Jean-Claude Van Damme  has been cast as a version of himself, an actor and martial artist  whose alter ego is an undervocer private contractor who is curenetly film ===ing a movie entitled Huckleberry Finn. Peter Atencio is directig with Dave Callaham wirting it.

Queen Sugar (OWN)

Bianca Lawson, Greg Vaughan, and Henry G. Sanders have been cast.

Lawson will portay Darla, the ex-girlfriend of Ralph Angel and mother of their son, 6-year-old Blue, who she has been prevented from seeing as she battles drug addiction.

Vaughan portrays Calvin, a cop and longtime lover of Nova, who shares a deep connection with her despite being married. Sanders, in a recurring role, portrays Prosper Denton, a farmer and old friend of Ernest (guest star Glynn Turman).

Ava DuVernay wrote and is set to direct multiple episodes of the series.

10 Days in the Valley

Demi Moore will play single mom Jane, whose child goes missing in the middle of the night.

The Jury (ABC)

Brandon Jay McLaren and Ben Esler have joined the series.

Brandon Jay McLaren has been cast as Jared, “a juror with a dark past and penchant for speaking his mind.”

Ben Esler has been cast as Ernest, “an awkwardly mild-mannered professional.”

The Jury is written by VJ Boyd and Mark Bianculli.

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