Pilot Scoop: Victor Rasuk Joins CBS' Untitled Kevin Williamson Drama and More Castings

Victor Rasuk Kevin WilliamsonVictor Rasuk (How To Make It in America) has snagged the final series regular role in Kevin Williamson‘s untitled drama pilot for CBS, TVLine has learned.

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Penned by Following creator Williamson, the potential series is described as a a psychological thriller centered on detectives who handle stalking incidents for the Threat Assessment Unit of the LAPD.

Rasuk will play Ben, an ambitious detective who often strikes out with women. He joins previously announced cast members Dylan McDermott (Hostages), Maggie Q (Nikita) and Mariana Klaveno (Devious Maids).

More casting news…

* Patricia Wettig (Brothers & Sistershas joined The CW drama pilot Identity, the story of a young woman in need of an organ transplant who discovers her half-brother’s family is the target of a CIA investigation for domestic terrorism. Wettig will play family matriarch Liana Grant.

Tracey Ullman (State of the Union) has boarded CBS’ Good Session, a comedy pilot about a husband and wife who discover unexpected problems in their marriage during therapy, our sister site Deadline is reporting. Ullman will play Ellen, the straightforward therapist.

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1 Comment
  1. tiffanie says:

    Cant wait for the new Kevin Williamson show sounds like something interesting and ill follow Dylan McDermott anywhere