Erykah Badu, Lance Bass join guest cast of Amazon's 'Hand of God'

Erykah Badu and Lance Bass are a couple of the guest performers in Amazon's upcoming drama 'Hand of God'

Amazon's upcoming drama series "Hand of God" is currently shooting around Los Angeles and now it's revealing some of the performers who will guest star, including recording stars Erykah Badu and former 'N Sync member Lance Bass.

Ron Perlman stars in the series as Judge Pernell Harris, a wild-man justice with a drinking problem and a mistress, who has a mental breakdown and goes on a mission for vengeance against the rapist who destroyed his family. He also believes he's getting messages from God through his son, who's on a ventilator.

The series from former "Burn Notice" writer Ben Watkins and filmmaker Marc Forster, already features a strong cast, including Dana Delany as Harris' wife, Garret Dillahunt as a sociopath carrying out Harris' wishes, Andre Royo as the town mayor, Alona Tal as Harris' daughter-in-law, Julian Morris as a local preacher, Elizabeth McLaughlin as the preacher's girlfriend and Emayatzy Corinealdi as Harris' call-girl mistress.

Badu will have a recurring role as a marijuana dealer named April. Bass plays Exotic Jerry, the face of a local fish store, whose commercial jingle gets stuck in Harris' head. 

 "The Good Wife" actor Hunter Parrish, "Scandal" actor Jon Tenney and "Sons of Anarchy" actor Jacob Vargas will also guest star in recurring roles.

The entire season of "Hand of God," which was part of Amazon's third pilot season, will debut in the fall.

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