Plus, new additions to the cast of Ironheart, Warrior and Orphan Black: Echoes, and the first photo of Boy Swallows Universe.
Prominent new addition to season 3’s cast The Morning Show. The acclaimed Apple TV + drama has given a recurring role to Tig Notaroactress and comedian on tv appreciated in Star Trek: Discovery, Transparent and many other shows.
According to DeadlineNotaro will play the role of Amanda Robinson, the chief of staff of the big shot of business Paul Marks, a new character entrusted in recent days to the veteran of Mad Men Jon Hamm. According to the previews, the latter will set his eyes on the UBA network, dragging the CEO Cory Ellison (Billy Crudup) and “The Morning Show” hosts Alex Levy and Bradley Jackson (Jennifer Aniston And Reese Witherspoon) in its powerful orbit.
Apple TV + has not yet announced a date for the third season of The Morning Show. This year the drama is competing for three Primetime Emmy Awards, one of them for Witherspoon for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Cloth for Champions: Game Changer, the Official Season 2 Trailer
Disney + has released the official trailer for season 2 of Cloth for Champions: Game Changer, the sequel to the 1992 film of the same name, available in streaming from 28 September every Wednesday with a new episode. Among other things, the clip shows the new addition to the cast Josh Duhamel as Colin Cole, a handsome but stern former NHL player who runs the challenging summer hockey course attended this season by the Mighty Ducks.
Harley Quinn renewed for a fourth season
Harley Quinn survives the storm that has been raging over HBO Max’s offering since its future merger with Discovery + was announced. The animated series for an adult audience, recently returned to the air with the third season, has been renewed for a further, fourth cycle of episodes. Also, the screenwriter Sarah Peters was named the new showrunner and executive producer, in place of the outgoing Justin Halpern And Patrick Schumackerbehind the scenes at ABC’s comedy revelation Abbott Elementary.
Regan Aliyah in the Marvel Ironheart series
The casting continues for Ironheart, the upcoming Marvel series from Disney +. The latest to sign with Marvel Studios for a role whose details are currently being kept secret is Regan Aliyahalso hired by Netlfix in the next spin-off TV series of All the times I’ve written I love you, XO, Kitty. Aliyah joins the other cast members Dominique Thorne (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever), Alden Ehrenreich (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Anthony Ramos (She’s Gotta Have It), Lyric Ross (This Is Us), Manny Montana (Good Girls), Shea Couleé (RuPaul’s Drag Race) And Zoe Terakes (Nine Perfect Strangers).
Warrior: Adam Rayner and other additions to the cast of season 3
Adam Rayner is one of ten new additions to the cast of the third season of Warrior announced by HBO Max. The actor of Tyrant And Superman & Lois he will play Douglas Strickland III, a ruthless railroad baron and an old friend of Nellie’s husband. In the new episodes they will also act Telly Leung (Glee), Kevin Otto (Ice), Nick Cordileone (Step Up 2), Dominique Maher, Neels Claasen (Black Sails), Sean-Marco Vorster (Legacy), Jazzara Jaslyn (Professionals), Colin Moss (Abraham Lincoln) And Sizo Mahlangu (Black Sails), which are added to the previously announced Mark Dacascos (Hawaii Five-0) And Chelsea Muirhead.
Keeley Hawes in the Orphan Black spin-off
The star of Bodyguard And Line of Duty Keeley Hawes is the latest addition to the cast of Orphan Black: Echoes, spin-off of the famous sci-fi series of the same name. Waiting on TV for next year, Echoes is set in a future not far from our present and explores in depth the scientific manipulation of human existence through a group of women who insinuate themselves into each other’s lives and embark on an exciting journey unveiling the mystery of their identity and discovering a heartbreaking story of love and betrayal. Hawes, which reaches Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones), Avan Jogia (Now Apocalypse) And Amanda Fixwill play an insightful but sensitive scientist who finds herself at odds with her own moral code when circumstances lead her to make an unthinkable choice.
Sugar from Apple TV + enlists James Cromwell and Anna Gunn
The veterans of the screen James Cromwell (Six Feet Under, Succession) And Anna Gunn (breaking Bad) will flank Colin Farrell And Amy Ryan in the upcoming Apple TV + detective story Sugar, centered on a private detective from Los Angeles. The cast also joined Dennis Boutsikaris (Better Call Saul), Alex Hernandez (UnREAL) And Lindsay Pulsipher (Law & Order: Special Unit), all with unspecified roles; the first two recurring and the remaining three regular.
Joy Bryant is back on TV with The Spiderwick Chronicles
Disney + chose the star of Parenthood Joy Bryant for a major role in The Spiderwick Chronicles, series based on the fantasy saga of the same name by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black. The story revolves around brothers Jared and Simon (Lyon Daniels And Noah Cottrell), to their sister Mallory and to the mother of the three Helens, a family who moves into the ruined house of their ancestors, where they uncover a dark mystery about the great-great-uncle who in the past unearthed the existence of a fairy, secret alternate world. and perhaps threatening. Bryant will play Helen, a loving, intelligent and strong woman who, in the wake of her divorce, uproots her family from Brooklyn and leads them to her grandfather’s estate in Michigan. She does her best to provide for three teenage children while she also tries to help Jared with her mental health problems.
Travis Fimmel in the first photo of Boy Swallows Universe
Netflix has released the first official photo of the Australian miniseries Boy Swallows Universeadaptation of the novel Boy devours universe by Trent Dalton, whose notable cast includes the former star of Vikings Travis Fimmel beyond Simon Baker (The Mentalist) And Phoebe Tonkin (The Originals). Set in the violent suburbs of 1983 in Brisbane, the drama follows Eli Bell (Felix Cameron), an eloquent 12-year-old, and his brother August (Lee Tiger Halley), who has stopped talking. Eli’s life is complicated: his father (Baker) is missing, his drug addict mother (Tonkin) is in prison, and his stepfather (Fimmel) is a heroin dealer. The most present adult in his life is Slim, a well-known criminal who holds the national record for successful prison escapes, who watches over him and his brilliant older brother. Theirs is a story about brotherhood, true love, family and the most unlikely of friendships. The story of a teenager on the verge of discovering the man he will be.