Will Arnett is set to star as a recently divorced man whose life is shaken up when his parents move in with him in CBS’ comedy currently known as “Unauthorized Greg Garcia Project.” Margo Martindale is set to play his mom.
“Tremé” actor Steve Zahn will star in ABC’s drama “Influence,” about two brothers–one a bipolar genius in human behavior, the other an ex-con – who run an agency where they use behavioral science to solve cases.
Michael Rady will play a federal investigator in CBS’ drama “Intelligence,” about a man (Josh Holloway) with a microchip implanted in his head who processes information like a computer.
George Segal is set to play a grandfather on ABC’s 80s era family comedy “How the Hell Am I Normal?”
“Boardwalk Empire” co-star Charlie Cox joins the cast of CBS’ drama “The Ordained,” which centers on the son of a powerful family who leaves the priesthood to become a lawyer in order to protect his politician sister from an assassination plot.
Marc Blucas is set to co-star as a DEA agent in ABC’s drama “Killer Women” about a female Texas Ranger.
James Van Der Beek joins the cast of CBS’ comedy “Friends with Better Lives,” centering on a group of 35-year-old friends in which each thinks the other has a better life.
Newcomer Maya Kazan will co-star in the CW’s “Company Town,” about the lives of people working at the Norfolk Naval Station after a scandal has rocked the base.
Eloise Mumford has landed the role of a doctor wrongly imprisoned overseas in ABC’s drama “Reckless.” Ashton Holmes and Lou Taylor Pucci also join the cast.
Comedian Brent Morin will play one of two guys who bond over their complete failure to attract women in NBC’s comedy “Undateable.”
Rockmond Dunbar is set for a role in ABC’s drama “Doubt,” about a former cop-turned low-rent lawyer who uses his street smarts to help his clients while fighting the demons of his past.
Kim Dickens will play a detective in CBS’ drama “Second Sight,” based on a British series about a homicide detective (Jason Lee) who is losing his sight and must rely on his other senses as well as his strong intuition in order to solve cases.
Orlando Jones, Nicole Beharie and Katia Winter have been added to the cast of Fox’s modern retelling of “Sleepy Hollow.”
Daniel Stern will play Christina Ricci’s dad and Miranda Cosgrove’s grandfather in NBC’s comedy “Girlfriend in a Coma,” which tells the tale of a 34-year-old woman who wakes up from a 20 year coma to discover she has a 17-year-old daughter.
Vanessa Lengies, Adam Campbell and Craig Frank have joined the cast of ABC’s comedy “Mixology.”
Ryan Hansen will join Ari Graynor and David Alan Grier in CBS’ comedy “Bad Teacher,” based on the 2011 film about a foulmouthed, ruthless and inappropriate junior high school teacher.
“Homeland” actor David Harewood is set to co-star in CBS’ drama “Anatomy of Violence,” which hails from three “Homeland” writer-producers.
June Diane Raphael will star alongside Mandy Moore in ABC’s comedy “Pulling,” based on a British series about three 30-something friends.
Luke Mitchell and Robbie Amell join the cast of The CW’s “Tomorrow People,” based on a British series that centers on young people who discover they are the next stage of human evolution and use their extraordinary powers to fight evil.
Chris Egan will play Doran Gray, and Tom Ellis will play Victor Frankenstein in ABC’s drama “Gothica,” about a woman searching for her identity in San Francisco who is drawn into a supernatural underworld, with the mysterious Gray as her guide.
Peter Riegert is set for Fox’s straight-to-series comedy “Dads,” about two guys who find their lives disrupted when their dads move in with them.
Pierce Gagnon will co-star in ABC’s drama “Big Thunder,” based on the popular Disneyland ride.
Peter Cambor is set to play Krysten Ritter’s boyfriend in NBC’s comedy “Assistance,” which tells the story of a Hollywood assistant working for a monster boss.
Joe Egender joins 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.
Mira Sorvino will play Jim Gaffigan’s wife in CBS’ untitled comedy about a guy who lives with his wife and five kids in a two-bedroom New York City apartment.
Malese Jow and Titus Makin, Jr. are set for The CW’s “Oxygen.”
Sheila Vand will play a detective in CBS’ reboot of “Beverly Hills Cop.”
Melanie Lynskey is set to star in the Duplass brothers’ HBO comedy “Togetherness,” about two couples who live under the same roof.
Angelique Cabral will play a sergeant in Fox’s comedy “Enlisted,” about three brothers who work together at a small Army base in Florida.
Bob Morley and Eli Goree are set for The CW’s apocalyptic drama “The Hundred.”
French Stewart joins the cast of CBS’ comedy “Mom.”
“Legend of the Seeker” star Bridget Regan will play the daughter in ABC’s drama “Murder in Manhattan” about a mother and daughter who team up as private detectives.
Rhys Coiro has joined the cast of CBS’ drama “Hostages.”
In addition to SSN Insider, Dina Gachman's writing has appeared in Forbes, Bustle, The Hairpin, Salon, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. Her first book, BROKENOMICS, will be published by Seal Press this April. You can find her on Twitter @TheElf26.