Donald Faison lays down 'The Law' at ABC

Ben Koldyke, Joel Gretsch, Natalie Martinez land pilots

Donald Faison has joined Cedric the Entertainer in ABC's comedy pilot "The Law," Ben Koldyke has landed a lead in CBS' comedy pilot "Big D," Joel Gretsch has come aboard ABC's drama pilot "V," and Natalie Martinez is set to co-star on Fox's comedy pilot "Sons of Tucson."

ABC Studios/DreamWorks' "Law" revolves around reserve LAPD officers, two of them played by Cedric and Faison. "Scrubs" co-star Faison is repped by UTA and Rigberg Entertainment.

On WBTV's "V," about an alien invasion, Gretsch ("The 4400") will play a Catholic priest who sees a renaissance of faith after the Visitors arrive. He is repped by APA and Mosaic.

The 20th-produced "Tucson" centers on Ron (Tyler Labine), who is hired by three boys to act as their father while their real one is in prison. Martinez, repped by Innovative and manager Sean Fay, will play a kind second grade teacher and potential love interest for Ron.

In WBTV's "Big D," a New York couple moves to the husband's (Koldyke) hometown of Dallas, where his Southern belle mother (Deanne Dunagan) makes life complicated for his East Coast wife.