The Terriers alum will appear in the last three episodes of the gritty FX drama’s current fifth season, EW.com reports. He’ll play a skilled U.S. Marshal who is forced into retirement due to his violent nature.
Logue — whose other recent TV credits include Royal Pains and House — first announced his casting via Twitter, gushing that there is some “shockingly awesome stuff coming down [the] pike” on SOA.
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• Dallas‘ second season will reunite Knots Landing vets Ted Shackelford and Joan Van Ark, TV Guide Magazine reports. The duo will reprise their roles as Gary and Valene — both of whom were introduced on Dallas, original flavor — in a three-episode arc.
• Kevin Connolly is eying a return to TV — on the Eye Network. CBS is developing a family comedy starring the Entourage vet, Deadline reports. The project, titled I Love You Like a Brother, centers on the youngest of three brothers (Connolly) attempting to force his unconventional family to become closer.
• Mad Men may be Hawaii-bound. As reported by our sister site Deadline, stars Jon Hamm and Jessica Pare are headed to the tropical destination this weekend for a top-secret shoot to kick off the AMC drama’s sixth season.
* Cinemax has announced a Jan. 11, 2013 premiere date for Banshee, its new Alan Ball/Grey Yaitanes-produced drama about an ex-con/master thief who assumes the identity of a sheriff in Pennsylvania, where he continues his illegal activities.
• Alysia Reiner (Law & Order: Criminal Intent) will recur in Netflix’s new prison-set series Orange is the New Black, TVLine has learned. She’ll play the penitentiary’s assistant warden.
• CBS has given the green light to Bake Off, a reality competition series based on the U.K. hit Great British Bake Off.
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