Jane Levy to Star in Musical NBC Pilot Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist
NBC may have scrapped its production of Hair, but the Peacock network still has a song in its heart. Suburgatory alumna Jane Levy will star in the pilot for Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, a musical dramedy about a young woman who gains the ability to hear people’s thoughts READ MORE
Jane Levy Joins Renée Zellweger in Netflix Anthology Thriller What/If
Jane Levy will next ponder What/If alongside Oscar winner Renée Zellweger. TVLine has learned that the Suburgatory and Castle Rock actress has signed on to co-star in Netflix’s new 10-episode anthology series READ MORE
Sissy Spacek, Suburgatory's Jane Levy Join Cast of Hulu's Castle Rock
Two big names are about to move to Castle Rock. READ MORE
Jane Levy Joins My Time/Your Time, CBS Comedy Pilot From HIMYM EPs
And now for some truly fantastic pilot news: Suburgatory‘s Jane Levy has landed the lead in My Time/Your Time, CBS’ relationship comedy from How I Met Your Mother co-creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas. READ MORE
Scoop: Suburgatory Casts Tessa's Mother - Look Who Scored the Plum Part!
As far as mother-related TV reveals go, it’s Suburgatory 1, How I Met Your Mother 0.
After an exhaustive search, ABC’s sophomore comedy has tapped …READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: Suburgatory's Jane Levy Goes to Toe-to-Toe With Pros, Reacts to 'Absurd' Buzz
Jane Levy had only one credit to her name – five episodes of Showtime’s Shameless – before landing the lead role of Tessa Altman in ABC’s Suburgatory. But watching the young actress hold her own against established actors like Jeremy Sisto, Ana Gasteyer and Cheryl Hines, it’s clear her talent is greater than her years. Now, the ingénue is on the radar of Emmy voters, too. READ MORE
Fresh Faces for Fall: Who's on Our Radar (and Should Be on Yours!)
Fall TV is almost here, which means some of your favorite actors will soon be back in series either new (hi, Zooey Deschanel!) or familiar. But there’s also plenty of promising fresh faces making their way to your TV this season. Some have paid their dues with myriad guest spots and supporting roles. Others are so straight off the bus we have to wonder if they even have their SAG card yet. READ MORE