TVLine Items: Fonda Gets Blacklist-ed, Bloods Casts U.S. Marshal and More

The Blacklist Peter Fonda

An Easy Rider is pulling into The Blacklist.

Emmy and Oscar nominee Peter Fonda will guest-star on the NBC drama as Geoff Perl, a CEO and philanthropist who raises millions of dollars for animal rights groups, TV Guide Magazine reports.

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Producers hint that the character is not on Red Reddington’s list.

Fonda’s episode airs Oct. 27.

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* Blue Bloods has tapped Mike Pniewski (Halt and Catch Fire, The Good Wife, Drop Dead Diva) to appear in a Season 5 installment (with the potential to recur) as U.S. Marshal Vaughn, who works on a case with Danny and Det. Baez, TVLine has learned exclusively.

* IFC has renewed David Cross’ scripted comedy The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret for Season 3.

* A&E will broadcast the 2015 and 2016 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards and The Critics’ Choice Television Awards.

* Downton Abbey stars Joanne Froggatt (Anna Bates), Lesley Nicol (Mrs. Patmore), Matt Milne (Alfred Nugent), Nigel Harman (Mr. Green) and Robert Bathurst (Sir Anthony Strallan) will lend their voices to Disney Junior’s Doc McStuffins. In the “Let the Nightingale Sing” episode, airing Nov. 2, Doc and the toys magically travel back to 19th century England where they meet a young Florence Nightingale (Froggatt) and help her realize her dream of becoming a nurse.