Keith Robinson is set to star in Fox's drama pilot, The Apostles. The show focuses on a close-knit group of LAPD cops; The Hollywood Reporter says Robinson will play one of the leads, a decorated officer who is deeply religious.
Beau Bridges will headline Fox's comedy pilot, Two Families; it centers on a man (Bridges) with two families whose two sets of adult children don't know the others exist.
Lindsay Price will star in NBC's one-hour pilot, Lipstick Jungle, which revolves around a trio (Kim Raver, Brooke Shields, Price) of successful and fabulous women in New York. Price will play a fashion designer.
Bret Harrison has signed on to star as the lead in the CW drama pilot, Reaper. The show, from ABC TV Studio and the Mark Gordon Company, is a comedic drama about a 21-year-old slacker (Harrison) who becomes the devil's bounty hunter.
Mary Steenburgen has joined ABC's untitled Rina Mimoun drama pilot from Warner Bros. TV; it centers on a successful Atlanta lawyer who returns to her messy family in Savannah with her newborn son. Steenburgen will play the woman's mother, a strong and loving woman who can't bring herself to divorce her husband after five years of separation.
Amanda Righetti has joined ABC's drama, Marlowe, a present-day procedural drama about the famous detective (Jason O'Mara); Righetti will play a dancer who works part time for him.
Linus Roache is set to co-star in Fox's drama, Canterbury's Law. The show centers on a rebellious female defense attorney (Julianna Margulies); Roache will play the woman's husband, a law professor.
Carmen Ejogo has been cast in NBC's drama, M.O.N.Y. from Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana; it stars Bobby Cannavale as an everyman who surprisingly becomes mayor of New York. In the pilot, directed by Spike Lee, Ejogo will play his intelligent and driven deputy mayor.
Ayda Field has come onboard ABC's untitled Sachs/Judah comedy soap opera about co-workers at a top law firm. Field will play one of them, a book-smart associate.