Geoff Stults is set for a role in Fox’s comedy “Enlisted,” about three brothers who work together at a small Army base in Florida.




Former “Reno 911!” co-star Thomas Lennon has joined NBC’s comedy “Happiness,” which stars Sean Hayes as a man who tries to balance his life when his 14-year-old daughter suddenly moves in with him.



Mandy Moore is set to star in ABC’s comedy “Pulling,” based on a British series about three 30-something friends.





Sarah Michelle Gellar will play Robin Williams’ daughter in CBS’ comedy “Crazy Ones,” about a father and daughter who work together at an advertising agency.




Tom Everett Scott joins NBC’s drama “Bloodline,” about a young woman who learns that she is descended from a legendary line of mercenary warriors.





Ari Graynor will play the title character and David Alan Grier will co-star in CBS’ comedy “Bad Teacher,” based on the 2011 film about a foulmouthed, ruthless and inappropriate junior high school teacher.



Former “Criminal Minds” star Paget Brewster is set to star as Rob Corddry’s ex-wife in ABC’s comedy “Spy,” based on a British series about a nerdy computer salesman who is mistakenly recruited by a top level spy agency.




Ramon Rodriguez will star and Sung Kang will co-star in Fox’s drama “Gang Related,” about a gang member who infiltrates the San Francisco Police Department’s anti-gang task. The project marks the pilot directing debut of feature director Allen Hughes.




“Battlestar Gallactica” co-star Tricia Helfer will star as the lone woman in a group of Texas rangers in ABC’s drama “Killer Women,” based on an Argentinian format.




John Ortiz is set to co-star opposite Greg Kinnear in Fox’s drama “Rake,” about a brilliant but self-destructive defense attorney who can never help but speak his mind.





Former “My Name is Earl” star Jason Lee will star in CBS’ drama “Second Sight,” based on a British series about a homicide detective who is losing his sight and must rely on his other senses as well as his strong intuition in order to solve cases.



Catherine O’Hara is set as a boss in Fox’s comedy “To My Future Assistant,” about a group of assistants at a tough New York law firm who band together for support in dealing with their nightmare bosses.




Michael Pena will star as a U.S. Marshal on the trail of a killer who stole a file with the identities of people in witness protection in Fox’s drama, “The List.”





Tate Donovan is set to play Toni Collette’s husband in CBS’ drama “Hostages,” about a surgeon who is dragged into a political conspiracy when her family is taken hostage.




New series

“Breaking Bad” co-star Dean Norris and “Twilight” co-star Rachelle Lefevre have been set for leading roles in CBS’ summer series “Under the Dome,” based on the novel by Stephen King.





“Bridesmaids” co-writer Annie Mumolo will star in ABC’s comedy “Middle Age Rage” about a middle-aged wife and mother who reaches the breaking point with how she is treated, and starts speaking her mind no matter the consequences.




Current series

“30 Rock” co-star Jack McBrayer is set for a guest appearance on ABC’s “The Middle.”





Kristen Wiig will appear as a young Lucille Bluth when “Arrested Development” premieres on Netflix.


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