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.
And more renewals are raining in.
ABC has also officially renewed its fairy-tale drama “Once Upon A Time”, as well as “Revenge” and bubble comedy “Suburgatory”.
Well, the fun is about to start.
The upfronts are fast approaching, and it’s about the time when the networks will have to make decisions – what to keep, what to toss, and what to pick up.
Good news comes from the offices at ABC. Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva reports that the Alphabet is currently mulling a two-season renewal for its successful procedural “Castle”. Additionally, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Scandal”, “Once Upon A Time”, “Revenge”, “The Middle” and “Modern Family” are considered locks for renewals, as are reality formats “Shark Tank”, “The Bachelor” and “Dancing With The Stars”, with the latter maybe getting less episodes in its next edition.
Well, looks like Captain Hook is, well, hooked for more.
TVGuide’s Natalie Abrams reports today that Irish actor Colin O’Donoghue, who was cast over the summer to play the nefarious Captain Hook on ABC’s fairy tale drama “Once Upon A Time”, has been upped to a series regular on the show – even before we’ve seen him for the first time.
Revenge is a dish best served… by Michael Trucco.
The former “Battlestar Galactica” alum has been added to the cast of ABC’s “Revenge” for a recurring role, according to TVLine’s Michael Ausiello.
“Lost” alum Jorge Garcia is about to tackle his biggest role yet – literally.
According to TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich, Garcia has nabbed the role of a giant in what is, for now, a one-episode guest stint on ABC’s fairy tale drama “Once Upon A Time”.
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“Alphas” has returned to Syfy two weeks ago, and has already announced a slew of high-profile guest stars for the current season.
But now, co-executive producer/writer Robert Hewitt Wolfe has tweeted that there will be at least one more genre-familiar name coming to the show.
Lisa Ryder, who played the female lead of Beka Valentine on “Andromeda” back in the day, has signed on for a guest role on “Alphas”. No more details are available at this point.
ABC’s “Once Upon A Time” has found a face for its latest addition to Storybrooke – and it has an Irish flavor.
TVLine’s Michael Ausiello reports today that Colin O’Donoghue has been cast in the potentially recurring part of the legendary villain from “Peter Pan”.
Yeah, OK, that one will have to wait until Arnie drops that line on “Expendables 2″, but still, after a few days off, this blog is now back in action. And rest assured, it will be very active during the coming days, which will probably offer quite the amount of news, with the TCA Summer Press Tour looming.
But here’s what happened recently, especially casting-wise, and also during Comic-Con in San Diego. It’s quite the massive News Pack this time.
- The executive producers of The CW’s “Nikita” have announced at Comic-Con that Devon Sawa, who plays Owen Elliot on the drama, has been upped to a series regular.
Aside from adding new regulars, ABC’s “Once Upon A Time” is also piling up on its recurring cast for next season.
TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich reports today that Irish actress Sarah Bolger (“Locke & Key”) has been cast as Princess Aurora on the show, which is also known as Sleeping Beauty.
First Ruby, now Belle.
TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich reports that Emilie de Ravin, who played Belle in three episodes in season one, has been upgfraded to series regular for the upcoming second season.
I’ve been expecting this news for quite some time now, and now finally, here’s the official confirmation
Meghan Ory, who plays fan favorite Ruby aka Red Riding Hood on ABC’s successful fairytale drama “Once Upon A Time”, and really shined in the episode centering around Red’s past in the fairytale land, has been upped to a full-fledged series regular for the show’s second season, Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva reports.