Fall TV Preview

Revolution Adds Gossip Girl Alum for Season 2

Patrick Heusinger WitchesThe Revolution troops are continuing to grow.

Patrick Heusinger, whose credits include arcs on Gossip Girl (as Lord Marcus Beaton) and Royal Pains, has booked a recurring role on Season 2 of the NBC series.

RELATED | Revolution Season 2 Spoilers — Scoop on New Characters

Per The Hollywood Reporter, the actor will play Adam, a 30something, physically fit, handsome/roguish man who lives life to its fullest. He is described as cool and having a good sense of humor. (Could this be the sheriff character scooped by Inside Line?)

Heusinger is the second new cast member to join the hit drama’s ranks. Jessica Collins (Rubicon) last week was cast as a love interest for one of the show’s leading characters.

Heusinger recently exited Lifetime’s upcoming Witches of East End series.

Revolution returns with fresh episodes on Sept. 25, now airing Wednesdays at 8/7c.



Comments (5)

  • Still no word on who’s going to play the President in the second season of Revolution and no it’s not Leslie Hope aka Teri Bauer from 24.

    Comment by Jack Bauer 2.0 – July 1, 2013 06:26 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
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      I need some coffee!

      Comment by Eli – July 2, 2013 12:20 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
      • I wish Leslie Knope WAS on Revolution. Or any of the Parks& Recreation crew really. Even they’d be more competent than the blithering idiot characters on Revolution. And at least we’d know the show was intentionally being played for laughs.

        Comment by Geo – July 2, 2013 07:59 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
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