“What is the wild one doing with Dyad?”
New Orphan Black clone Rudy poses a good question in the latest Season 3 teaser trailer:Has Sarah switched to the dark side?
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* The Goldbergs’ patriarch will get some tips on parenting from Diedrich Bader (The Drew Carey Show), TVLine has learned exclusively. The actor will guest as Lou, a die-hard Phillies fan and avid tailgater who gives Murray some unconventional advice on being a good dad.
* Baby Daddy will host a Reba reunion when Reba McEntire visits the ABC Family comedy as the best friend and partner in crime of Bonnie (played by Melissa Peterman).
* Nia Vardalos (My Big Fat Greek Wedding) will appear on Episode 19 of Jane the Virgin as Barbara, a woman who plays a critical role in the relationship between Jane and Rafael as it reaches a crossroads, Variety reports.
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* Being Human‘s Meaghan Rath has landed the female lead in Fox’s comedy pilot Cooper Barrett’s Guide To Surviving Life, our sister site Deadline reports. In the project, which is about the mistakes and misadventures we all wind up going through after college, Rath will play a beautiful physical therapist who lives across the hall from Cooper.
* ABC’s Uncle Buck sitcom pilot — an update of the 1989 film starring John Candy — will feature all African-American actors, Showbiz 411 reports.
* MTV’s drama series The Shannara Chronicles has rounded out its cast with Spartacus: Blood & Sand‘s Brooke Williams (as wise and witty elf Catania), Unbroken‘s Marcus Vanco (as Bandon, who is feared by his family for his mysterious visions) and Neighbours‘ Daniel MacPherson (as heir to the Elvin throne Arion).
* Showtime has decided not to order to series the musical comedy pilot Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, from writers Rachel Bloom (Robot Chicken) and Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada) and director Marc Webb ((500) Days of Summer), per Deadline.