TV Casting: Daredevil, Sleepy Hollow, Masters of Sex, & More

Charlie CoxCharlie Cox will reportedly star in Netflix/Marvel’s Daredevil show.

Sleepy Hollow has cast Sakina Jaffrey and Matt Barr. Neil Jackson will return as well.

Masters of Sex guest stars in season two will include Courtney Vance, Rene Auberjonois, and Christian Borle.

Steven Berkoff will recur on Witches of East End.

Brett Cullen will appear on Under the Dome.

The Recovery Road pilot has cast Caroline Sunshine.

TV News: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Bones, Arrow, Elementary, & More

Amy AckerAmy Acker will appear on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Adrian Pasdar has also been cast.

The Bones season finale will air on Monday, May 12th.

NBC’s Undateable will premiere on May 29th, and Crossbones on May 30th.

Danielle Panabaker and Carlos Valdes will be bringing their characters from the Flash spinoff to an episode of Arrow.

Garret Dillahunt will guest star on Elementary.

ABC’s summer show Astronaut Wives Club has added Desmond Harrington, Zoe Boyle, and Odette Annable.

Dwight Yoakam has been cast on the second season of Under the Dome.

Ben McKenzie to Gotham & More TV Casting News

Ben McKenzieBen McKenzie will star as James Gordon in Fox’s origin story Gotham.

Author Diana Gabaldon will cameo on Outlander.

Rhys Ifans is returning for several more episodes of Elementary this season.

Will Sasso will guest star on About a Boy.

Under the Dome has added Grace Victoria Cox.

Game of Thrones is promoting Nathalie Emmanuel to series regular.

100 Code has cast Dominic Monaghan and Michael Nyqvist.

TV News: The Flash, Under the Dome, The Book of Negroes

Candice PattonCandice Patton and Carlos Valdes have been cast in the CW’s The Flash pilot.

Eddie Cahill and Karla Crome have been added as series regulars for season two of Under the Dome.

Louis Gossett Jr., Cuba Gooding Jr., Aunjanue Ellis, and Lyriq Bent will star in a miniseries adaptation of Lawrence Hill’s The Book of Negroes.

CBS Renews Under the Dome

Under the DomeThe CBS executive session is happening at TCA press tour right now, and it’s being widely reported on Twitter that the network has announced an official renewal for Under the Dome. The second season will air next summer and Stephen King will write the premiere. Ah, here’s the tweet from the official account:



And honestly, my main question is . . . why? And HOW IS THIS SHOW SO BORING?

UPDATE: Here’s the press release.

Under the Dome: “Outbreak”

Under the DomeSo . . . I mean this in a nice way, but does anyone care? I will admit that I’ve been very disappointed by Under the Dome so far, and it seems that many of you are feeling the same way. For a situation with so much obvious tension and danger, the show seems oddly . . . boring. I don’t object to changes from the book in theory, but as I’ve said before, a lot of the things they’ve changed seem to make the plot less interesting. I’m happy to keep posting about it each week if people want to discuss, but if no one does, I won’t bother. Let me know!

Anyway, on this week’s “Outbreak” . . . well, at least we got some answers about Barbie and Julia, maybe, if Barbie’s telling the truth. They made Barbie way less sympathetic in the show than in the book, which seems like an odd thing to do for the person who is more or less your leading man. And . . . oh, Angie. What are they doing with Angie? When she was found at the end of the episode, I realized that I had completely forgotten that a supposed main character was in life-threatening peril all hour. That is not a good sign.