If Esai Morales, Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon and Anson Mount have a disease (lots of quickly cancelled shows, for example), FOX has "The Cure."
"NYPD Blue" vets Morales and Beauvais-Nilon and regular pilot gadfly Anson Mount will take the lead in FOX's "The Cure," a new medical pilot from Warner Bros. TV.
According to the industry trade papers, "The Cure" focuses on an elite health organization that cuts through red tape to find cures. No, we have no idea what that means either, nor do we know who the actors will play except that they will be members of the team.
All three actors have left a slew of deceased dramas in their wake. Beauvais-Nilon was most recently seen on ABC's "Eyes," while Morales co-starred on FOX's "Vanished" last fall. Since 2003, Mount has danced on the graves of "Line of Fire," "The Mountain" and "Conviction."
In other FOX casting news, Shawn Hatosy will appear in the drama pilot "The Apostles," about the off-duty lives of Simi Valley cops. Hatosy, most recently seen in the features "Alpha Dog" and "Factory Girl" and in a guest spot on "E.R.," will play one of the officers.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times