TV news and notes:
– “House of Cards” actress Mozhan Marno will join “The Blacklist” as a new series regular for Season 2 as Tamar Katzman, a former Mossad agent who faces off against Raymond Reddington. Additionally, Krysten Ritter will guest star in the season premiere as troubled data security analyst Rowan Mills. [The Hollywood Reporter, TVFanatic]
– “Revenge” is adding Elena Satine, who has notably guest-starred recently on “Agents of SHIELD” as Asgardian Lorelei, for a Season 4 arc. She’ll play Louise, the “slightly unhinged” black sheep daughter of a wealthy Southern family. [TVLine]
– Kelly Frye (“Rake”) has been cast on “The Flash” as Plastique, a former
bomb-disposal expert who has the ability to turn anything she touches
into an explosive. Also known as Bette Sans Souci, the meta-human
character will first appear in episode 5. [E!Online]
– “We Hate Paul Revere” has cast Ron Livingston in the title role for the upcoming AMC comedy. The story is expected to follow two brothers in colonial Boston who, as the title indicates, despise Revere. [Deadline]
– Miss “Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories” and “Check It Out with Dr. Steve Brule”? Well you’re in luck, because Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim and John C. Reilly are all going on a five-week comedy tour around the country this year. Tickets go on sale on Friday, July 18. Find out more info here.
– Netflix’s upcoming comedy “Grace and Frankie” had added two series regulars to the funny bunch. “Friends with Better Lives” star Brooklyn Decker will play Grace’s (Jane Fonda) daughter Mallory, while “Once Upon a Time’s'” Ethan Embry is set to play Coyote, Frankie’s (Lily Tomlin) charismatic son. In the series, Fonda and Tomlin play enemies who discover their husbands (Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) are madly in love and plan to get married. [TVline]
– Netflix’s new documentary, “Mission Blue,” has a trailer. Check out the story of Dr. Sylvia Earle below.
– The CW will broadcast the very first “World Dog Awards,” a January 2015 even that will combine the “glitz of the Hollywood award season with America’s affection for our lovable canine companions.” There will be musical performance, fun awards and, of course, celebrity dogs. The show is produced by Juma Entertainment with executive producer Robert Horowitz.
– Tom Noonan and Emily Hampshire will both join Syfy’s “12 Monkeys” in recurring roles as the new series begins production on its 13-episode first season on August 6 in Toronto, Canada.