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The casting updates for series returning this fall just keep on coming. First up, it sounds like some big things are in store for Steve Carell’s last season of The Office as Zap2It reports Amy Ryan will reprise her role as Holly Flax, the former lover/co-worker of World’s Greatest Boss Michael Scott. And this isn”t just going to be a measly one-episode guest appearance as Holly will be returning to Scranton for no less than eight episodes. This isn’t entirely surprising since the end of last season saw Michael asking Sabre CEO Jo (Kathy Bates) to bring Holly back to the branch. Things should get pretty interesting since Holly doesn’t seem to be very pleased that she’s returning to Michael’s home court.
- Ethan Anderton
Amber Tamblyn, who previously co-led the ill fated series The Unusuals for ABC, will be joining the Princeton Plainsboro team on House. Tamblyn will play a highly competitive med student hired on to House's elite team. Fox is billing her as having a multi-episode arc, rather than joining the show as part of the permanent cast. It will be intriguing to see how far this thing will go. Here is the announcement from Fox.
Amber Tamblyn has signed on to appear in the upcoming season of House for a multi-episode story arc. She will play a brilliant and aggressive medical student whom Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) hires as a new team member although she is technically not yet qualified to practice medicine. Tamblyn’s character will be confronted with the morally and ethically questionable way that House practices medicine.
The seventh season premiere of House airs Monday, Sept. 20 (8:00- »
- Jon Lachonis
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