|Nathan Fillion, Kassie DePaiva, Darlene Vogel and Tuc Watkins|
Kassie Depaiva (Blair), Tuc Watkins (David) and Darlene Vogel (Melanie) will join Castle star Nathan Fillion (Joey on OLTL) in the 10th episode of this season.
Is The Bold and the Beautiful casting Ivy's mother?
B&B sent out a casting notice for “Claire,” a recurring role for a, “strong, beautiful woman who is 50-60 — and must be Australian.” When asked over the summer about the possibility of casting her TV mother, Ashleigh Brewer (Ivy) quipped, “That would be great. We actually spoke of her yesterday on the show. We said that she was in Australia and doesn’t like getting on planes very much, so we’re going to have to figure out how to get her here. Maybe we can shoot a cruise or something?” The role is expected to begin taping in two weeks.
Mary Beth Evans and Stephen Nichols reveal all to Glamour about life on Days of our Lives
Nichols: "They originally wrote the role as recurring. [Steve was] someone that was going to come in and stir up a bunch of trouble for Bo. There was a dude at NBC at the time that said, 'Why don't we get a character like Falcon Eddie on Rich Man, Poor Man...a guy with a patch.' That's where the idea came from!"
Evans: "I hadn't really seen the show, and there was Stephen in his leather jacket with his scar and patch, and I was this goody-two shoes, and I'm thinking, 'This is weird.' [Laughs] But we had a great connection from the start!"
Bill and Susan Hayes pick their most romantic Salem moments
The Hayes chose Doug Sings “The Look of Love” (1970), Julie Dreams of Dancing With Doug (1976), and Doug and Julie's First Wedding (1976) as their favorites.
Desperate Housewives stars Marcia Cross lands major recurring role on Quantico
Cross will play analyst Caleb Haas’ (Graham Rogers) mother Claire, the ruling force of the Haas clan who has transitioned from decorated FBI agent to high-ranking senator and now Vice Presidential candidate. The public sees a skilled politician, a passionate advocate for her causes, a force for good, but her family sees a different woman: one whose ambition comes before all else. Her husband and Caleb’s father, FBI Deputy Director Clayton Haas — recently revealed as having an affair with an FBI recruit — is played by Mark Pellegrino.
Better Call Saul's Julie Ann Emery Joins Chris Evans in Marc Webb's Gifted
Fox Searchlight will distribute Gifted, which is currently filming in Georgia.
Tony Danza honors his Who's the Boss? costar Danny Pintauro following HIV revelation
Danza and Pintauro (ex-Paul, As the World Turns) recently reunited at the 2015 My Hero Gala at Cipriani in New York City, where Danza presented the 39-year-old former child star with the Courage Award, thanks to his efforts to reduce stigma and discrimination against those affected by AIDS and HIV.
Shonda Rhimes: Bill Cosby did not inspire this week's episode of Scandal
An acclaimed professor was found to have drugged and raped scores of women on Thursday's episode, but Cosby didn’t serve as inspiration. “I don’t need the Cosby scandal to inspire me to tell a story about rape,” says Rhimes. "As if that is the only instance in which rape is relevant. Somewhere in America, a woman is raped every two minutes. Every two minutes. Let’s not diminish or insult the stories of these survivors by suggesting that I could only decide to tell a story about rape because of a celebrity scandal.”
General Hospital alum Annie Ilonzeh joins Empire
The actress is joining Fox’s Empire as TV reporter Harper Scott. The character is one of the best reporters in the business and is focused on Empire. She’s tough, smart, and not above using her seductive appearance to get answers. Ilonzeh (who played Maya on GH) will begin appearing in Empire’s final eight episodes which will air in the spring on Fox once the series takes a break after their midseason cliffhanger.
Steve Kazee to recur on Nashville
The Tony- and Grammy-winning actor, singer and guitarist has joined Nashville in the recurring role of Riff. He will make his debut on the show in early 2016.
Ten years ago, Riff was a country music star at the top of his game: No. 1 hits, platinum albums and sold-out tours. At the Nashville season 3 key arttime, this good old boy from Arkansas enjoyed the thrills of fame – partying and women – and acquired a legion of loyal fans, captivated by his genuine sound and authentic storytelling. However, everything changed when Riff met Heidi, a Southern beauty with a budding musical career of her own. He fell head over boots in love and chose what none of his contemporaries was willing to do – leave it all behind – farm over fortune, the family over fame. Riff and Heidi would join the show’s leading music couple, Rayna (Connie Britton) and Deacon (Charles Esten).