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Scoop: Gossip Girl's Sebastian Stan Cast as James Wolk's Twin in USA's Political Animals

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Spotted: Gossip Girl‘s Sebastian Stan putting down stakes in the nation’s capital.

The Captain America actor has joined the rock-solid cast of Political Animals, a six-episode Washington D.C.-based drama about a former first family debuting this summer on USA Network. READ MORE


Scoop: Carla Gugino Joins USA Network's Political Animals

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Carla Gugino is the latest familiar face to join USA Network’s upcoming drama series Political Animals.

From executive producers Greg Berlanti (Dirty Sexy Money) and Laurence Mark (Jerry Maguire), the six-hour D.C.-based project, which is slated to premiere …READ MORE


Scoop: Sigourney Weaver to Headline USA Network's Political Animals

PARK CITY, UT - JANUARY 21: Actress Sigourney Weaver is photographed for Self Assignment at the Sundance Film Festival on January 21, 2012 in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Jeff Vespa/Contour by Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***

Sigourney Weaver, having previously played a First Lady on the big screen in Dave, is heading back into the political arena as the star of Political Animals, a series debuting on USA Network this summer. READ MORE


James Wolk Enters Political Fray, Joins USA Network's D.C.-Based Drama Series

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Mr. Wolk is going to Washington.

Lone Star‘s James Wolk has joined USA Network’s six-episode drama series Political Animals, from former Brothers & Sisters and Everwood boss Greg Berlanti. READ MORE


Scoop: USA Network Greenlights Political Miniseries From Brothers & Sisters' Greg Berlanti

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It’s no longer politics as usual at USA Network.

In a major programming departure, the cabler — home of decidedly lighter drama fare like Psych, Burn Notice and Royal Pains — has greenlit a six-hour miniseries from onetime Brothers & Sisters savoir Greg Berlanti about a fictional former first family in turmoil. READ MORE