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Image Source: Netflix The cast of 13 Reasons Why may be young, but their résumés are long. While a few stars (like Katherine Langford) are just getting into the business, many of the members of the ensemble cast have been in Hollywood for years, and they've even starred in projects together before! I started digging into their past roles, and found 13 - that wasn't planned, I swear - interesting connections. Note: I'm not including the fact that they've almost all been on some iteration of Law & Order, because you could throw a pebble out the window and hit someone who's been on Law & Order. Image Source: ABC Grey's Anatomy: Kate Walsh, Dylan Minnette, Mark Pellegrino, Wilson Cruz, and Ajiona Alexus were all on Grey's Anatomy. Walsh was a recurring character, while the others turned up as guest stars. Minnette memorably played a boy with no ears. Private Practice: Walsh's character, »
- Maggie Pehanick
The second season of AMC’s small-screen adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s controversial comic series, Preacher, began shooting about a month ago, and we’ve just got our first offcial announcement regarding the new faces we’ll be seeing join Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy on their insane adventures across America.
According to Deadline, Noah Taylor (Game of Thrones, Deep Water), Pip Torrens (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Crown), and Julie Ann Emery (Fargo, Better Call Saul) have been added to the cast as series regulars. Joining them will be Malcolm Barrett (War on Everyone, Dear White People), Ronald Guttman (Homeland, Mozart in the Jungle) and Justin Prentice (13 Reasons Why, Malibu Country) in recurring roles.
Unfortunately, no mention is made of which characters any of these people will be playing, but allow me to hazard a guess or three…..
We know the villainous Herr Starr will »
- Mark Cassidy
AMC’s hit series Preacher is expanding its cast as it gears up for Season 2. Noah Taylor (Game of Thrones, Deep Water), Pip Torrens (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Crown) and Julie Ann Emery (Fargo, Better Call Saul) have signed on as series regulars, and Malcolm Barrett (War on Everyone, Dear White People), Ronald Guttman (Homeland, Mozart in the Jungle) and Justin Prentice (13 Reasons Why, Malibu Country) are set for recurring roles. Preacher follows a West Texas… »
Reba McEntire is eyeing a return to ABC — and this time, she’s packing heat.
The network has given its first pilot order of the 2017–2018 season to Marc Cherry‘s untitled drama about a southern sheriff (McEntire) who teams up with a Middle Eastern FBI agent to fight “horrific” crimes in small-town Kentucky.
No, really, it’s happening. Here’s the official logline in all its southern-fried glory:
Ruby Adair, the sheriff of colorful small town Oxblood, Kentucky, finds her red state outlook challenged when a young FBI »
ABC has given a pilot pickup to a drama from Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry toplined by country star Reba McEntire. Written by Cherry, the untitled project marks the return to the network for both Cherry, whose dramedy Desperate Housewives was one of ABC’s biggest hits of the past decade and a half, and McEntire, who starred in the network’s comedy series Malibu Country. The new drama centers on Ruby Adair (McEntire), the sheriff of colorful small town Oxblood… »
The pilot follows Ruby Adair (McEntire), the sheriff of colorful small town Oxblood, Kentucky, who finds her red state outlook challenged when a young FBI agent of Middle Eastern descent is sent to help her solve a horrific crime. Together they form an uneasy alliance as Ruby takes the agent behind the lace curtains of this southern gothic community to meet an assortment of bizarre characters, each with a secret of their own.
“I am thrilled to be coming back home to ABC,” said Cherry. “What makes it all the sweeter is Reba McEntire is coming with me. And we can’t wait to share with our fans this wonderful Southern Gothic soap opera we’ve been cooking »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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