Exclusive: Brothers & Sisters' Dave Annable Joins ABC's Supernatural Pilot 666 Park Avenue

Dave Annable 666 Park AvenueBrothers & Sisters vet Dave Annable is relocating to 666 Park Avenue, ABC’s supernatural-tinged drama pilot co-starring Lost‘s Terry O’Quinn, TVLine has learned exclusively.

The thriller, based on the Gabriella Pierce book series of the same name, centers on a young couple (Annable and his not-yet-cast spouse) that accepts an offer to manage one of the most historic apartment buildings in New York City. They unwittingly begin to experience supernatural occurrences, which complicate and endanger the lives of everyone in the building.

O’Quinn plays the haunted house’s owner.

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The pilot was written by Fringe scribe David Wilcox.

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  1. Amanda says:

    Great News. loved him on Brothers and Sisters, glad he will be back to work. hopefully the pilot gets picked up and we get to see him every week again. great actor and not too shabby to look at.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Well if they’re not going to just pluck me out of obscurity, just cast his wife… that would be fun!

  3. Ryan says:

    Cast charisma carpenter! Cast her in everything.

  4. Kyle says:

    So what’s the difference between “666 Park Avenue” and “American Horror Story”, besides the channel? Oh ok, since it’s not on cable, I guess we won’t have Dave A. naked, touching himself and then crying, right? Bummer…

  5. Shim says:

    Would be great to cast someone of color as his wife like Gabrielle Union

    • Tania says:

      Yes it would.

    • Fat Cat says:

      No, it would not be! Why must every show on TV have a mixed race (Whit women with a Black man) couple in it? If you took all the Mixed White and Black couples and all the non-mixed (Both White and Black couples) and looked at the ratio of mixed and non-mixed in the real world you would see that tv has many more mix couples that in real life! It’s like the TV industry is trying to shove mixed race couples (mainly White and Black) down our throats! Enough already, we get it it happens, but don’t force the issue at us! We Don’t have to like it!!! That’s our RIGHT!

  6. MoHasanie says:

    Sounds interesting, but the name is quite subliminal and masonic, 666 = Devils Number

  7. Fernando says:

    Comparisons? Already? Bummer…

  8. Shari says:

    great! but lemme guess – this show, taking place in NYC, will film on a soundstage in L.A.

  9. K8 says:

    Hmm. I have read that book, and it’s about a woman tricked into marrying a guy who is from a family of witches so they can steal her witch power (I know, I can’t believe I read it either). How is this show possibly based on that book? Completely different plot.

  10. Shuayb says:

    They should cast Odette as his wife. Would be awesome! Hope they place it on sunday or monday nights. Every book adaptation never sticks to the book plot. Just take the secret circle!

  11. yours truly says:

    this is great casting – he’s totally right for Henry.
    and the pilot is filming in NY, so that’s a big sigh of relief. no fake NY.

  12. John Grose says:

    Can’t wait.- John

  13. Robin says:

    Sounds interesting…I might check it out. What about Keri Russel as his wife?

  14. Mark says:

    Sounds scary :(