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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 27th July *Updated*

28 Jul 2015

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  • 00:35 - Chicago Fire - Season 4 - Brian White to Recur as the new Captain
    Brian White has been cast in a major recurring role on Season 4 of NBC firefighter drama Chicago Fire. He will play Captain Dallas Patterson, the new captain of the squad, on the series, which returned to production in Chicago last week for an Oct. 12 season premiere. The role adds to a busy portfolio for White who also is recurring on ABC’s Scandal and Mistresses. He is repped by Paradigm, Zero Gravity Management and attorney Eric Feig.

  • 00:35 - The Mysteries of Laura - Season 2 - Callie Thorne to Recur
    Laura Diamond, get ready to meet your match!

    EW has learned exclusively that Callie Thorne will be joining the cast of Mysteries of Laura in a recurring capacity for season 2.

    Debuting in the season premiere, the Rescue Me and Necessary Roughness alum will play the all-business new boss at the 2nd Precinct, Captain Nancy Santiani — not so affectionately referred to as “Santini” by Laura (Debra Messing). Despite her youth and petite size, Santiani runs a tight ship and refuses to take any crap from Laura, who doles out plenty of it.

  • 00:25 - Recovery Road - Laura San Giacomo to Guest
    Recovery Road is adding a sponsor to the rehab facility.

    Laura San Giacomo, known for roles on NBC's Just Shoot Meand TNT's Saving Grace, has nabbed a guest-starring spot on the ABC Family drama's first season, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

    The actress will portray Gina, a rebellious artist. Gina is also an AA sponsor who has concerns about a recovering alcoholic whom she helped years ago.

  • 00:05 - Baby Daddy - Episode 4.20 - It's A Nice Day For A Wheeler Wedding - Promotional Photos

  • 00:00 - Underground - James Lafferty gets Recurring Role
    The 'One Tree Hill' favorite will recur on the period drama.

    One Tree Hill alum James Lafferty has booked a recurring role on the upcoming period drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    Underground centers on a group of slaves planning a daring 600-mile escape from a Georgia plantation. Along the way, they are aided by a secret abolitionist couple running a station on the Underground Railroad as they attempt to evade the people charged with bringing them back, dead or alive.

    Lafferty will play Kyle Risdin, a U.S. marshal who is intent on enforcing the Fugitive Slave Act.

  • 23:50 - Mistresses - Episode 3.10 - What Could Have Been - Press Release
    "What Could Have Been" -- Karen makes a life-changing decision. Joss considers what her life could have been if she'd chosen Scott instead of Harry. Upset that he can't visit Joss in jail, Harry focuses his energy into helping his agent Ari instead. April sleeps with Daniel while Blair is out of town, and Daniel has a mysterious tape that might help Joss, on "Mistresses," THURSDAY, AUGUST 13 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET).

    "Mistresses" stars Yunjin Kim as Karen Kim, Jennifer Esposito as Calista Raines, Rochelle Aytes as April Malloy, Jes Macallan as Josslyn ("Joss") Carver and Brett Tucker as Harry Davis, and Rob Mayes in the role of Marc Nickleby. Sonja Bennett appears in the recurring guest star role of Vivian Adams.

    Guest starring are Kavan Smith as Ellis Boone, Corey Sevier as David Hudson, Katie Messina as Roz, Justin Hartley as Scott Trosman, Ricky Whittle as Daniel Zamora, Andrew Airlie as Father John, Carmel Amit as Ariella "Ari" Greenberg and Gavin Cooke as Guard.

    "What Could Have Been" was written by Jordan Budde and directed by Eric Laneuville

  • 23:45 - The Affair - Season 2 - Catalina Sandino Moreno Cast as Cole's New Love Interest
    The Oscar nominee will cross paths with Cole Lockhart (Joshua Jackson) in season two of the Showtime drama.

    The Affair's love triangle is getting more complicated in season two.

    The Showtime drama starring Ruth Wilson and Dominic West has cast Academy Award nominee Catalina Sandino Moreno as Cole’s (Joshua Jackson) new love interest. She'll play Luisa, an independent and spirited woman who illegally emigrated from Ecuador as a child and is now working her way through school.

  • 12:55 - Supergirl - Set Photos - 27th July
    Thanks to Novara for the heads up.

  • 09:20 - Hell on Wheels - Episode 5.03 - White Justice - Sneak Peek

  • 09:10 - Halt and Catch Fire - Episode 2.10 - Heaven is a Place (Season Finale) - Sneak Peek

  • 09:05 - The Brink - Episode 1.07 - Sticky Wicket - Promo

  • 09:00 - Ballers - Episode 1.07 - Ends - Promo

  • 08:30 - MOVIES: Looking For Alaska - John Green Adaptation - Charlie Rowe, Mitchell Hope & Anya Taylor-Joy Eyed for Leading Roles
    “Spider-Man” runner-up Charlie Rowe and Mitchell Hope (Disney Channel’s “Descendants”) are the finalists for the male lead in John Green’s “Looking for Alaska,” while “The Witch” star Anya Taylor-Joy is the frontrunner for the titular female lead, TheWrap has learned.

    Immy Waterhouse, the model and younger sister of Suki Waterhouse, is also a contender for the female lead of Alaska Young along with two other actresses whose identities remain unknown.

    Director Rebecca Thomas was recently in New York reading girls, and insiders say she and Paramount are close to making a decision on both young leads. While Paramount ideally hoped to cast an established name like Chloe Moretz or Daisy Ridley, Thomas has been open to casting a relative unknown and making a fresh discovery.

    “Looking for Alaska” follows a teen named Miles who is sent to boarding school where he falls for a beautiful and mysterious classmate named Alaska Young.

    This latest Green adaptation will once again be produced by Wyck Godfrey of Temple Hill and written by Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber, who also penned “The Fault In Our Stars” and “Paper Towns,” which hits theaters tomorrow.

  • 08:30 - Madam Secretary - Season 2 - Call Sheet with Major Spoilers Leaked
    Thanks to Beas McCord for the heads up and Just Be Happy for the photos.

    Here are the Spoilers according to the Tumblr Blog.

    - Air Force One goes missing
    - The senator is seen as incompetent
    - Elizabeth is sworn in as President