After Sarah Shahi has been announced as a new series regular shortly after the second season of CBS´ “Person of Interest”
, she now has gotten some same-gender company.
Amy Acker, who plays the mischievous “Root” on the show, has been added to the regular cast as well, it was announced yesterday at San Diego Comic-Con.
Ziva’s story will end – very soon.
CBS has announced today that Cote de Pablo, who plays Agent Ziva David on CBS’ hit procedural “NCIS” regularily since the show’s third season, will exit the show after the start of season 11.
Looks like Lisa Edelstein is grading up her home – from “House” to “Castle”.
The erstwhile alumna of the late FOX medical drama has joined the cast of the upcoming sixth season of ABC’s successful crime drama “Castle” for multiple episodes, per TVLine’s Michael Ausiello.
Looks like Oliver Queen might be shooting at a Terminator in the near future.
Per the Hollywood Reporter, “Firefly” and “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” alumna Summer Glau will join the second season of The CW’s “Arrow” for a major recurring arc.
No more “anger” for Kate from Charlie.
FX has officially announced that after Charlie Sheen had “fired” Selma Blair via text (!) from “Anger Management” after she spoke about his erratic work behavior, the actress is now leaving the comedy for good.
ABC has piled up on the regular casts of its two Shonda Rhimes dramas.
Per TVLine’s Michael Ausiello, for next fall’s tenth season, Camilla Luddington, Jerrika Hinton, Gaius Charles and Tessa Ferrer, who are playing the new bunch of interns on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy”, have been promoted to series regulars.
Meanwhile, on “Scandal”, Scott Foley, who plays Jake Ballard on the hit drama, has gotten upped to the same status.
The walk of “Shameless” for Jimmy has come to an end.
Per the Hollywood Reporter, Justin Chatwin, who has played the conman that fell in and out of (and in again) love for Fiona Gallagher (Emmy Rossum) for three seasons of the “Showtime” drama, will not be returning when it returns early next year.
The void left by Jennifer Esposito on “Blue Bloods” has been filled.
Marisa Ramirez, who recurred on the CBS cop drama during its last season as Maria Baez, Danny Reagan’s (Donnie Wahlberg) partner, will now be part of the regular cast, per the Hollywood Reporter.
The Eleventh Doctor is out.
Matt Smith and the BBC announced earlier today that when “Doctor Who” returns next year for its eighth season (of the new series), it will be without its current lead Matt Smith.
And the actor shedding continues.
After Ashley Madekwe was cut off ABC’s “Revenge”, word has come from Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva that another Alphabet series is letting go of two of its actors.
Alan Tudyk and Rex Lee, who were playing dentist Noah and high school guidance counselor Mr. Wolfe, respectively, will not be returning to “Suburgatory” when the show will come back for its third season.
Add one more to the faces you won’t see at the Hamptons with Emily Thorne next season.
Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva reports that Ashley Madekwe, who played Ashley Davenport on ABC drama “Revenge” for two seasons, will not be returning for the third season in the fall.
An Academy Award winner is moving to Wayward Pines.
Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva reports today that Oscar winner Melissa Leo (“The Fighter”) has been cast opposite Matt Dillon on FOX’ upcoming event series “Wayward Pines” from M. Night Shyamalan.
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Friday will get a lot more Cult-ivated again pretty soon.
Creator Rockne S. O’Bannon tweeted earlier today that canceled CW drama ”Cult” will resume its run on Friday, June 28, at 8 PM, with the remaining six episodes set to air in three two-hour blocks from 8 to 10 PM over three weeks.
FX pilot “The Strain”
, which centers on a vampire virus, has found its female lead in Mìa Maestro
(“*Alias”), according to Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva
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In a first for veteran CBS comedy, “How I Met Your Mother” has added a new series regular for its upcoming final season.
Cristin Milioti, who was identified as the titular “mother” in this week’s season finale, will be part of the regular cast when the show returns in the fall, TVLine’s Michael Ausiello reports.
As soon as the new fall schedules are out, the recasts start.
As it happens every year, several shows that were picked up to series during upfront week will see some actors exit, either because they have to return to their existing regular roles on current shows, or for other reasons that normally don’t get public.
Merely hours after CBS has presented its new fall schedule, word comes per Deadline that new Eye comedy “The Millers” is losing two of its cast.
Michael Rapaport and Mary Elizabeth Ellis have exited the show, for reasons unknown.
Baelfire aka Neal and Shaw are here to stay.
Per TVLine, Michael Raymond-James, who plays Mr. Gold’s son and father of Henry on ABC’s “Once Upon A Time”, will be a series regular when the show returns in the fall.
Same goes for Sarah Shahi, who will be part of the regular cast of CBS’ “Person of Interest” next season. She plays the mysterious Shaw on the show, who ended up helping Reese and Finch in their struggle against a deteriorating machine. TVGuide tweeted the news first.
TNT is piling up on its new shows.
After ordering Michael Bay’s action drama “The Last Ship” earlier this week, the cable network has now given a green light to “Legends” from executive producer Howard Gordon (“Homeland”).
TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich reports today that both David Tennant and Billie Piper will be returning to “Doctor Who” for its 50th Anniversary special, which starts filming this week in the UK, written by Steven Moffat and to be directed by Nick Hurran.
The community is getting a wee-bit smaller.
Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva reports today that Chevy Chase will be leaving NBC comedy “Community”, effective immediately.
The move comes after the show’s producers and Chase have reached a mutual agreement.