Welcome to The Casting Corner! TV news, particularly casting, comes at us very fast. Actors leave shows, join new pilots, take recurring roles in between seasons of their series regular gig. There’s just a lot to keep up with, which is where we come in. Here is the casting news
CBS had a busy Thursday as the network announced renewals for 18 of its shows. The shows renewed to date include 6 comedies, 9 dramas, and 1 reality series. Among the series that will be getting another season include newcomers Bull, MacGyver, and Superior Donuts. Shows missing from the list of renewals are veteran drama Criminal Minds, 2
It was CBS' turn to present at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour today. While they brought presentations for new series like Doubt and Pure Genius, the network also released information about what to expect from returning series in the fall. From NCIS: Los Angeles to Blue Bloods, check out the full premiere teases below.
As the third season of Scorpion approaches, most of the talk at the show’s Comic-Con panel consisted of romance. Take, for instance, Happy, who revealed at the end of last season that she is married. “It’s not who you’re expecting,” said show creator Nick Santora. “It’s going to be a lot
CBS had their panels at Comic-Con Thursday and were filled with some interesting information. Among the news coming out of the panels were Paget Brewster's return to Criminal Minds next season for a few episodes and MacGyver hoping to have the original MacGyver, Richard Dean Anderson on the show. Check out the sizzle reels
As part of our Fall Preview we are sharing what we hope to see on our favorite returning series this fall. In May a number of shows ended their seasons with character deaths, cliffhangers and shocking twists. Before they all come back in September and October, we are chiming in