Brendan Gleeson has been cast as the lead in "Deadwood" creator David Milch's latest drama project "The Money" which will go to pilot on HBO. Milch is penning the script.
The story deals with wealth and corruption among the super elite focusing on American mogul and patriarch James Castman (Gleeson) who wields power and influence to expand his media empire and control his family. [Source: Deadline]
The only half-decent looking Jonas brother, Nick Jonas, is set to guest star on an episode of CBS' crime procedural "Hawaii Five-O". Jonas plays a computer hacker whose motives complicate the case of the week. [Source: ]
Sandra Oh is set to exit the medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" after more than eight years on the medical soap. The actress will exit at the end of the upcoming tenth season. [Source: THR]
Rhys Ifans is set to co-star in Showtime's comedy pilot "Trending Down". Ifans will play the boss of Philip Seymour Hoffman's character.
The story follows Thom Payne (Hoffman), a man facing his own obsolescence after his advertising agency is taken over. John Cameron Mitchell is directing the pilot. [Source: Deadline]
Kathleen Robertson ("Splendor," "Boss") has been cast as a successful businesswoman named Jodi in the second season of A&E's Psycho-prequel drama "Bates Motel". It's presently unknown how her character fits into the action next season. [Source: TV Fanatic]