Lifetime's dystopian thriller The Lottery is adding Homeland and The Newsroom alums to its ranks.
Homeland(and Boss) alum Martin Donovan has boarded the conspiracy thriller as a series regular, while Newsroom's Salli Richardson-Whitfield will recur as a guest star, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
USA Network's drama pilot Rush has found its leading man.
EastEnders alum Tom Ellis has been tapped to play the title role in the project from Warm Bodies writer-director Jonathan Levine, with Reaper's Rick Gonzalez also joining the cast, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Kate Walsh may be heading back to broadcast television.
The Private Practice alum will star in and executive produce Bad Judge, a comedy that NBC has just picked up to pilot.
The single-camera comedy hails from Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's Gary Sanchez Productions and centers on a hard-living, sexually unapologetic woman (Walsh) who plays with the law and whose life on the edge is constantly in balance, as she also happens to be a judge in the San Bernardino Criminal Court system.
It's official: CBS is moving forward with a How I Met Your Mother spinoff.
Weeks after news of the project leaked, the network on Friday handed out a hefty pilot-production commitment and will film a pilot for How I Met Your Dad, a comedy from Mother co-creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas and Up All Night creator Emily Spivey. The trio will pen the script and executive produce.