Craig Bierko is set to star in the comedy, The Rules of Starting Over for Fox.
Bobby Farrelly directed the show that centers on a thirtysomething newly single man (Bierko) and his recently divorced friends.
Also, The Hollywood Reporter says Kevin McKidd will star in NBC's fantasy drama, Journeyman. It's about a man (McKidd) who travels back in time to fix people's lives, but by recalibrating the past, he sometimes alters the future.
In other TV news, Zachary Levi has landed the title role on NBC's drama, Chuck for McG. The show centers on Chuck (Levi), a comedic Jason Bourne who undertakes missions every week while still working his day job as a computer geek. Adam Baldwin joins the show as a hardened veteran agent who realizes that Chuck is the NSA's most valuable commodity.
Mark Valley is set as one of the two leads on NBC's comedy, Business Class. It centers on two men who live in a world of airplanes, cookie-cutter hotel chains and expense-account restaurants; Valley will play one of them, an incredibly charismatic and completely amoral salesman.
Shane West has joined the dramedy, Supreme Courtships for Fox. The show focuses on the personal and professional lives of six Supreme Court clerks, one of them played by West, and the judges they work for.
Jane Lynch has come on board NBC's comedy, Area 52, which is about government employees in a secret location in the Arizona desert.
In other pilot casting news, Malcolm Barrett, W. Earl Brown, and Riki Lindhome have joined the Fox/20th TV comedy, The Minister of Divine. It's about a woman (Kirstie Alley), known for her rebellious younger days, who returns to her small hometown to be a minister. Barrett will play a fastidious dentist who dreams of opening an opera house in the town; Brown will play a Southern boy who is into women and NASCAR, and Lindhome will play a part-time Dairy Queen waitress and reverend's assistant.
And, Margo Harshman has been cast in the ABC/Touchstone TV drama pilot, Judy's Got a Gun playing a feisty cop.