The actor will recur as Ben, the new pediatric nurse forced to deal with Mindy and her child’s ever-changing illnesses, our sister site Deadline reports.
Additionally, Rebecca Rittenhouse (Red Band Society) will appear in multiple episodes as Anna, a put-together but slightly evil doctor in the office who becomes a foil for the titular heroine.
The Mindy Project Season 5 premieres Oct. 4 on Hulu.
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* Ken Marino (Party Down, Veronica Mars) will guest-star on Brooklyn Nine-Nine as the precinct’s new captain, EW.com reports.
* History will air 50 Years of Star Trek on Aug. 14 at 8/7c. The two-hour documentary features actor Leonard Nimoy in one of his final full-length interviews, as well as cast members and creators from all the TV series and films and notable celebrity Trekkies.
* ABC’s black-ish will head to Disney World for its Season 3 premiere, in which Dre hires a VIP tour guide (played by Community‘s Jim Rash) to ensure his family has the most magical vacation.
* HBO is developing the miniseries Black Flags: The Rise Of ISIS, based on the Pulitzer-winning nonfiction book by Joby Warrick and executive-produced by Bradley Cooper, per Deadline.
* Natalie Portman is attached to star in and executive-produce We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves, a miniseries in development at HBO about a college student (Portman) whose “twin sister” — actually a chimpanzee — disappeared when she was five years old, with her older brother following not long after.
* HBO has given a series order to the anthology comedy Room 104, from executive producers Jay and Mark Duplass (Togetherness), Deadline reports. Each episode will tell the story of different characters who pass through a single room in an average American hotel.