Emily Hampshire is getting into the Monkey business full-time.
Hampshire’s character — a parallel to the part originated by Brad Pitt in the 1995 film — currently recurs on the show. Season 2 is slated to air sometime in 2016.
In addition to 12 Monkeys, Hampshire appears on Pop TV’s freshman series Schitt’s Creek and recurs on Rookie Blue.
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* R&B music staples Sean “Diddy” Combs and Mary J. Blige will guest-star in a May episode of black-ish, ABC announced Thursday. In the flashback episode, which delves into the Johnsons’ family history, Combs will play a gangster and nightclub owner in 1920s Harlem, while Blige will play the club’s headliner.
* ITV has ordered a fourth season of Mr. Selfridge, its drama starring Jeremy Piven as department-store owner Harry Selfridge.
* D.B. Woodside (Suits) and Rachael Harris (Surviving Jack) have joined Fox’s Lucifer pilot in series regular roles, Deadline reports. In the comic-book drama — which centers on the titular Lord of the Underworld (Rush‘s Tom Ellis) as he helps the Los Angeles Police Department put away bad guys — Woodside will portray Amenadiel, an angel who attempts to get Lucifer back in hell. Harris, meanwhile, will play Linda, a therapist whose professional advice Lucifer seeks.
* Saturday Night Live rookie Pete Davidson has been added to the lineup for Justin Bieber’s March 30 roast, Comedy Central tweeted Friday.
* A&E has released the first photo of Ryan Hurst’s (Sons of Anarchy) visit to Bates Motel, which occurs on the March 16 episode (9/8c). Scroll down for a first look at Hurst as Chick Hogan, the intimidating new neighbor of Max Thieriot’s Dylan: