ABC Family Grant Show

Devious Maids' Grant Show Joins ABC's Midseason Thriller The Family

TV vet Grant Show is now a member of The Family, ABC’s midseason drama from Shondaland alum Jenna Bans.

The Family follows the return of a politician’s (Joan Allen) young son who was presumed dead after disappearing over a decade earlier. As the mysterious man is welcomed back into his family, suspicions emerge — is he really who he says he is?

Per our sister site Deadline, Show will recur as Charlie Lang, the Democratic incumbent Governor of Maine who is poised to face off against Allen’s character, Republican candidate Claire Warren, in the state’s upcoming election. As such, he suspects something is amiss about Warren’s son’s miraculous return from captivity.

In addition to his current gig on Devious Maids and the 1990s’ Melrose Place, Show’s credits include CSI, Burn Notice, Big Love, Swingtown and Private Practice.

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9 Comments
  1. DL says:

    Is he really who he says he is? Maybe to survive he had to become someone else. He had to become… something else. *cue Arrow title card*

  2. Fernanda says:

    is “The Family” a Shondaland show? or Jenna Bans finally got her independence?

  3. Heathers says:

    Wow still so handsome! I loved him in Swingtown.

  4. Ram510 says:

    Hope he won’t miss too many episodes of Devious Maids.
    Swingtown was great (oh Lana, how I miss watching you in swimsuits)! I also liked him on Accidentally on Purpose

  5. Jules says:

    He will always be Rick on Ryan’s Hope to me. Oh, Ryan’s Hope. Canceled in 1986 and I’m still not over you.