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Dopesick's Peter Sarsgaard Unpacks His Turn as AUSA Rick Mountcastle
Peter Sarsgaard has played real people in the past. The list includes journalist Chuck Lane in 2003’s Shattered Glass and Robert Kennedy in 2016’s Jackie. Despite this, Sarsgaard is always aware of the awkwardness of portraying non-fiction characters. READ MORE
Jake McDorman Talks Greek Reunion Movie That Didn't Happen and Where Evan Chambers Would Be Today
It’s been more than three years since Freeform scrapped its plans for Greek: The Reunion, and star Jake McDorman (aka Evan Chambers) is still in the dark about why the network opted not to pledge the two-hour holiday movie READ MORE
The Right Stuff's Jake McDorman Talks the Scene That Tested His Stomach and Alan Shepard's Complicated Marriage
On this Friday’s episode of Disney+’s The Right Stuff, the Mercury Seven astronauts are put through a gimbal rig training exercise that makes the wildest rollercoaster in the world look like a stroll through the park. READ MORE
The Right Stuff: Jake McDorman, GoT Alum Board Nat Geo's NASA Series
National Geographic’s space race just recruited a few more participants. Jake McDorman (Murphy Brown) and Joe Dempsie (Game of Thrones) are among six actors newly cast in The Right Stuff, the cabler’s upcoming NASA drama. READ MORE
Murphy Brown Revival: Jake McDorman Cast as Murphy's Millennial Son Avery
He wasn’t one of our nine picks, but we’re on board with this: Jake McDorman (Limitless, Greek) has snagged the coveted role of Candice Bergen’s titular, now-adult son in CBS’ Murphy Brown revival READ MORE
Pilot News: Greek Grad Jake McDorman to Lead CBS Drama Limitless
He’ll take on the Bradley Cooper role in the CBS drama pilot based on the 2011 film READ MORE
TVLine Items: Greek Grad Gets Shameless, Top Chef Cooks Up Season 10 in Seattle and More!
Golden boy Evan Chambers is about to embark on a Shameless journey.
Exclusive: Smallville Alum Michael Cassidy Takes Over Red-Hot Chelsea Role
What a twisted web of casting scoop this is — so bear with us!
Michael Cassidy, best known for his recurring roles on Smallville and The O.C., has landed a guest spot on NBC’s new sitcom Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea, TVLine has learned exclusively. Cassidy’s role previously belonged to …READ MORE