17:33 - Suits - Season 5 - John Pyper-Ferguson gets recurring role
The Last Ship’s John Pyper-Ferguson has landed a major recurring role in the upcoming fifth season of USA’s Suits. He will play Jack, a partner at the law firm and new head of the firm’s Compensation Committee. He will have to work with the on-going power struggle between Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Louis (Rick Hoffman). Suits Season 5 premieres on June 24.
17:25 - Mom - Season 3 - Beth Hall Promoted to Regular, Spencer Daniels not Returning as Regular
Mom will be down one boyfriend — but up a girlfriend — for Season 3.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Spencer Daniels, who plays Violet’s baby daddy Luke, will not be a series regular when the comedy returns next fall. The change doesn’t come as a big surprise, as Daniels’ character did not appear in the final 14 episodes of Season 2, getting phased out after Violet gave her baby up for adoption.
Meanwhile, Beth Hall (AKA “Weeping Wendy”) has been promoted to series regular for Season 3, though she will not appear in every episode.
06/14/2015 (10:01PM - 11:00PM) (Sunday) : While held hostage by the mysterious Dogon shaman, Odelle (Anna Friel) is taken on a strange trip, during which she is forced to confront the ghosts of her recent past. Meanwhile, back in New York, Peter (Peter Facinelli) reaches his lowest point yet, as both his professional life and personal life take dramatic hits. Harrison (Jake Robinson) and Ruby (Daniella Pineda) go on a romantic vacation. Omar Ghazaoui, Nate Mooney, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Treat Williams also star.
If you're screaming (pun intended) from excitement over the anticipation of Ryan Murphy's new show Scream Queens, good news: Emmy Wildwood's "Scream" will make the wait easier. The song, written exclusively for the murderous series, is a fright fest in and of itself.
The song's lyrics are creepy and ominous—the Brooklyn-based pop siren croons, "Looming night, be gone, be quiet, oh please desist, can't you resist me?" Wildwood's voice is simply haunting and has the perfect chilling tone to set the vibe for the whole show. "After hearing about the show Scream Queens, the song came quickly," Wildwood says. "I wanted it to be sparse, haunting, and to leave the listener feeling hunted."
Listen to the entire track below and then check out how it plays into the latest promo. For more from Emmy, check out her songs "Mean Love" and "Chick Chick Boom" on SoundCloud.
07:30 - Major Crimes - Episode 4.02 - Sorry I Missed You - Press Release
"Sorry I Missed You" - Monday, June 15, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
When a dead body pops out of the trunk at the end of a car chase, the squad must untangle connections between a superstar chef; a middle-aged pediatric psychiatrist and his second, much younger wife; and a bankruptcy lawyer (Paul Schultze) whose problematic representation threatens to derail the investigation. Rusty continues his attempt to identify the murder victim who called herself Alic e Herrera, inadvertently threatening the case against her murderer. Kathe Mazur, Ransford Doherty, Jessie Schram, Brandon Barash, Garrett Coffey, and Victoria Platt guest star.
Written by Kendall Sherwood
Directed by Sheelin Choksey
Erin Cummings (The Iceman) has signed on for a lead role opposite Richard Dreyfuss in ABC’s Madoff miniseries. Cummings will play Eleanor Squillari, Bernie Madoff’s (Dreyfuss) personal secretary, in the project from ABC News’ Lincoln Square Prods. Inspired by ABC News chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross’ reports and his book The Madoff Chronicles, the mini chronicles the rise and spectacular fall of the imprisoned swindler and the $65 billion Ponzi scheme he concocted. Ben Robbins is the writer. Linda Berman and Joe Pichirallo executive produce. Cummings also stars on ABC’s upcoming summer series, Astronaut Wives Club, which will premiere in June. She is repped by Paradigm and Untitled Entertainment.
Aoibhinn McGinnity (Love/Hate) has been cast in a recurring role in Cinemax drama series Quarry. It tells the story of Mac Conway (Logan Marshall-Green), a Marine who returns home to Memphis from Vietnam in 1972 and finds himself shunned by those he loves and demonized by the public. As he struggles to cope with his experiences at war, Conway is drawn into a network of killing and corruption that spans the length of the Mississippi River.
McGinnity will play Marcy, who has ties to “The Broker”.
07:15 - The Get Down - Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Joins Cast
Newcomer Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will play a "fly gangster" in the 1970s hip-hop drama.
Abdul-Mateen will play the role of Cadillac, a "fly gangster" and prince of the disco world who is the owner and proprietor of the most notorious after-hours night spot in the Bronx. The casting marks his first series regular role after graduating with a masters of fine arts degree in acting from the Yale School of Drama.