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Frank Langella Returning For ‘The Americans’ Season 4

Frank Langella - The AmericansFrank Langella is not done with Philip and Elizabeth. After recurring on the third season of FX's 1980s set Cold War spy drama The Americans, the veteran actor has signed on to reprise his role on the show's recently ordered fourth season.

‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Adds Evan Peters

Evan PetersAmerican Horror Story veteran Evan Peters is re-upping for the show's fifth season. The actor, who has starred in every single season of the series, has signed on for a starring role in American Horror Story: Hotel. As with all things American Horror Story, details of Evan Peters character are being kept firmly under wraps, as is the plot-line for Hotel.

‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ Star Sawyer Sweeten Dead At 19

Sawyer SweetenSawyer Sweeten, who starred in all nine seasons of CBS' Everybody Loves Raymond, died on Thursday. He was 19. The young actor is believed to have been visiting family in Texas when he committed suicide on the front porch. The news was confirmed by Sawer Sweeten's long-time manager Dino May.

Franz Drameh Joins The CW’s Arrow/The Flash Spin-Off

Franz DrumehBritish actor Franz Drameh has joined the cast of The CW's proposed Arrow & The Flash spin-off, which is presently being eyed for a berth on the network's mid-season schedule. He has been cast as Jay Jackson, a former high school athlete, whose pro-career was derailed by injury. Now making ends meets as an auto mechanic, Jay will come to have a surprising affiliation to the S.T.A.R. Labs crew.
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J.K. Simmons To Star In Supernatural Drama Series For Starz

J.K. Simmons is heading back to television. The Oscar winner, who starred as LAPD Assistant Chief of Operation Will Pope on all seven seasons of TNT's flagship drama series The Closer, has been set as the lead in Counterpart, a supernatural drama series which has landed at premium cable network Starz.
Broadcast TV Buzz 22-04-2015

Broadcast TV Buzz: ‘The Messengers’ Facing Cancellation, ‘Castle’ & ‘The Good Wife’ Inch Closer To Renewal & More

TVWise’s presents our penultimate Broadcast TV Buzz column, which lists, by network, the latest industry intel (buzz if you will) on which shows will be back next year and which shows we will be saying goodbye to. An eighth season for 'Castle' is all but guaranteed, with or without Stana Katic; The CW's 'The Messengers' is facing cancellation squarely in the eye; and CBS is set to pick up a seventh and final season of 'The Good Wife'.