Pilot Scoop: Mamie Gummer Gets First Cut, Anthony Anderson Joins NBC Comedy and More

Mamie Gummer has landed a starring role in The CW’s medical drama pilot First Cut.

The actress — who’s currently recurring on The Good Wife — will play a new doctor who is glad to leave her nerdy past behind. Unfortunately, she discovers that life at the hospital is not that different from high school. Justin Hartley (Smallville) co-stars as a golden boy surgical intern.

Jennie Snyder Urman (90210, Gilmore Girls) penned the pilot with Dan Jinks (Pushing Diasies) exec producing.

Gummer previously starred as a doc on ABC’s short-lived Off the Map.

In other pilot news from our sister site Deadline:

• Anthony Anderson (Law & Order, The Shield) is going back to his comedy roots with a role in Jimmy Fallon’s NBC sitcom pilot DILFs. He’ll play one of three thirtysomething guys who enjoy the adventures of parenting even though they haven’t grown up themselves.

• Newcomer Megan Ketch has landed the lead in Gotham, an ABC drama written by Michael Green (The River, Kings) about a detective who discovers that New York has a secret magical history.

• Adan Canto has joined the cast of Fox’s untitled Kevin Williamson drama pilot about an ex-FBI agent (Kevin Bacon) searching for a serial killer (James Purefoy). Canto will play Billy, a friend who helps keep the killer’s last intended victim safe.

Which pilot castings have your interest piqued?