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Bridget Regan Lands Major Recurring Role On USA’s ‘White Collar’

Exclusive: Neal Caffrey is getting a new love interest. Legend Of The Seeker alumna Bridget Regan has booked a 10-episode arc on USA’s White Collar. She will play Rebecca Lowe, a beautiful rare book scholar who becomes entangled with Neal’s (Matt Bomer) latest con, and then ultimately Neal himself. In the Season 4 finale in March, Neal parted ways with on-again, off-again girlfriend, Sara Ellis (Hilarie Burton). Regan, repped by Tmt Entertainment and Gersh, recently starred in ABC’s hour-long pilot Murder In Manhattan and recurred on the CW’s Beauty And The Beast. White Collar is currently in production on Season 5, which will premiere in October.
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ABC Notifies Pilots That Didn’t Make It

4th Update 6 Pm: Also getting a pass is nearly frontrunner and Disney-friendly drama Big Thunder, based on the Disney Parks ride, and dramas Reckless and Doubt. Venice aka Westside is not going forward either. It started off well but was eventually overshadowed by fellow soap Betrayal. Also dead is multi-camera comedy Divorce, so ABC ended up passing on both of its multi-cam pilots, including King John, which will make it harder for such pitches next year. Comedy pilot Bad Management is not going for fall but is alive. 3Rd Update Friday 5:30 Pm: Welcome to Part 2 of ABC’s “pass” calls. Not going forward are comedies Spy, Middle Age Rage and Pulling. I hear Pulling was well liked but ABC brass felt it was too cable in sensibility. I hear ABC Studios plans to shop it elsewhere. 2Nd Update 7 Pm: Dramedy Murder In Manhattan, about a mother-daughter sleuthing duo, also is not going forward.
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Justina Machado To Star In NBC’s ‘Welcome To The Family’, CW’s ‘Oxygen’ Adds Actress

Justina Machado is set as a lead opposite Mike O’Malley, Mary McCormack and Ricardo Chavira in Welcome To The Family, NBC‘s single-camera comedy from Mike Sikowitz and Sony TV. Also cast as in a lead role in the pilot is Joey Haro (Glee, Awkward). Welcome To The Family chronicles how cultures collide when white parents (O’Malley, McCormack) and Latino parents (Chavira, Machado) are bonded together by their children Molly (Ella Rae Peck) and Junior (Haro) who fall in love followed quickly by an unplanned pregnancy. Machado’s Lisette works at the Dmv and is committed to co-parenting her son (Haro) with her ex-husband Miguel (Chavira). For Machado, repped by Apa and D2 Management, Welcome To The Family is in first position to her USA pilot Paging Dr. Freed, an arrangement mirroring that for Paging Dr. Freed‘s Annie Potts who plays a lead in ABC’s dramedy pilot Murder In Manhattan.
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Annie Potts To Star In ABC Pilot ‘Murder In Manhattan’

Annie Potts is set as the lead opposite Bridget Regan in ABC’s hourlong pilot Murder In Manhattan, executive produced by Ryan Reynolds. It is a dramedy set in New York centering on a mother, Blythe (Potts), and a daughter, Lex (Regan), who team up as amateur sleuths. Blythe is described as glamorous yet down to earth Park Avenue widow. For Potts, the project is in first position to her other pilot, USA comedy Paging Dr. Freed. Murder In Manhattan brings Designing Women alumna Potts back to ABC where she co-starred in another dramedy, series Gcb. She is with Innovative, Frontline Management and attorney David Fox.
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Michael Graziadei Joins ABC Pilot ‘Venice’, Enver Gjokaj & Brendan Hines In ‘Murder’

Michael Graziadei, who recently wrapped an eight-year stint on The Young & The Restless, is set to co-star in another soapy drama, this time in primetime. Graziadei has been cast in ABC‘s Romeo & Juliet-esque pilot Venice, about the haves and the have-nots of California’s most seductive city, Venice. It focuses on two rival families, the Nances and the Carvers, and a forbidden and dangerous romance emerging between them as the families battle for control of Venice. Graziadei, repped by Gersh and Main Title, will play Josh Nance, the son of Gordy Nance (Bruce Greenwood) and bother of Sophie (Odette Annable), a rising star in his father’s company, poised to take over the family business. He had a recurring role on the first season of FX’s American Horror Story. Enver Gjokaj and Brendan Hines (Lie To Me) have been cast in ABC’s hourlong pilot Murder In Manhattan,
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