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TVLine Items: Last Ship Adds Twilight Vet, The CW's Tough Mudder and More

Twilight vet Jackson Rathbone is sinking his teeth into a pot-sitting role on The Last Ship.

Per our sister site Deadline, the actor will recur during Season 4 of the TNT action-drama as Giorgio, a Greek-American playboy who uses his wealth and power to make the Mediterranean his playground.

Rathbone’s previous TV credits include Finding Carter, Aim High and Beautiful People.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* The CW Network and Tough Mudder Inc. are teaming on a multi-platform, six-part series that follows a group of “everyday heroes” who team up for the single purpose of completing a Tough Mudder (aka “probably the toughest event on the planet”).

* Christian Coulson (aka Harry Potter‘s Tom Riddle) will recur on Season 5 of CMT’s Nashville as Damien George, the British director of Gunnar and Scarlett’s first video.

* Season 4 of BET’s Being Mary Jane has added Valarie Pettiford (The Blacklist), Ashton Holmes (Revenge) and Chiké Okonkwo (Banshee) as, respectively, a veteran anchor/Mary Jane’s idol, the showrunner of Great Day USA, and a stand-up comic.

* Fox’s 24: Legacy midseason entry has added Raphael Acloque (Tyrant‘s Professor Haitham El-Amin) as a bookish scholar who, after his father’s death, embraces his jihadist campaign.

Which of today’s TVLine Items piques your interest?

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6 Comments
  1. H says:

    Why would a Greek have an Italian name? Unless they’re the same thing in the mind of a racist.

    • Jess says:

      he’s greek american….whoa stop seeing things that aren’t there

    • George says:

      Or maybe his parents liked the Italian name? Greece and Italy aren’t the same thing, but they’re pretty close geographically. Now that your question has been answered, you may return to your safe space and let the adults converse. Thanks.

  2. I believe that should say pot stirring not pot sitting.