Slew of pilots flesh out casts

Miranda Otto, Billy Zane among those landing roles

In CBS pilot castings, Bruce Greenwood, Miranda Otto, Kay Panabaker and Nick Eversman are set as the four leads in "A Marriage," Zoe McLellan will play the lead in "House Rules" and Richard Coyle has joined "Miami Trauma."

In other major pilot castings, Julie Gonzalo has landed the lead on NBC's drama "Day One," Billy Zane has joined ABC's untitled Dave Hemingson drama and Whitney Cummings has landed the first role on the Ben Stiller-directed Fox comedy "The Station."

Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick's drama "Marriage," an anatomy of a marriage that works, revolves around Noah (Greenwood), his wife, Abby (Otto), and their two teen children (Panabaker, Eversman).

Greenwood, who next co-stars in the summer's big-screen "Star Trek," is repped by Gersh and Chuck Binder. Otto ("The Lord of the Rings") is with Gersh and Management 360.

ABC Studio's drama "Rules" follows the freshman class of Congress. Domain-repped McLellan ("Dirty Sexy Money") will play a quick-witted, newly minted congresswoman. Also set in a lead role is Anna Chulmsky, who plays an aide to the Speaker of the House.

On WBTV's "Trauma," about a team of trauma surgeons in Miami, Coyle will play one of the doctors.

UMS' "Day One" revolves around a group of neighbors in the aftermath of a global catastrophe. Gonzalo ("Eli Stone") will play Kelly, who is struggling with guilt over her inability to save her fiance's life. She is repped by WMA and Kritzer Levine Wilkins.

Also cast in the pilot are Derek Mio -- repped by Greene & Associates and Susan Yoo -- and Addison Timlin, whose characters are involved in a hostage situation.

Hemingson's legal drama is set at a prestigious Los Angeles law firm. Zane will play the firm's managing partner. Also cast in the pilot is Clancy Brown, who will play a senior partner.

20th TV's "Station" revolves around covert CIA operatives in South America, one of them played by Cummings ("Made of Honor").