NBC's pilot "LAPD" has beefed up its force with the addition of another cop, while several shows debuting in the fall have added to their casts.
Michael Cudlitz ("Standoff," "Lost") has joined the ensemble of "LAPD," a cop show from producer John Wells. Also at NBC, Bella Thorne has joined the new drama "My Own Worst Enemy," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Elsewhere, Lorna Scott has come aboard The CW's "Surviving Suburbia," Charlie Saxton has joined HBO's pilot "Hung" and Josh Stamberg has been cast in Lifetime's "Drop Dead Diva."
Additionally, Krysten Ritter ("'Til Death," "Gilmore Girls") has taken a recurring role in AMC's "Breaking Bad," comedian Whitney Cummings has joined the sketch show "The Tony Rock Project" on MyNetwork TV, and Mei Melancon ("X-Men: The Last Stand") will be part of "The L Word's" final season.
The cast of "LAPD," an ensemble drama about cops in Los Angeles, also includes "The O.C." star Benjamin McKenzie and Regina King. Cudlitz will play the training officer for McKenzie's character, a rookie. Cudlitz's credits also include "Band of Brothers" and guest roles on "24" and "Prison Break."
In "My Own Worst Enemy," Thorne will play Christian Slater's daughter. She has previously appeared on ABC's "Dirty Sexy Money."
Scott ("Wanted") will play a nosy neighbor and a thorn in misanthrope Bob Saget's side on "Surviving Suburbia." Saxton will play a Goth kid in "Hung," which centers a well-endowed high-school basketball coach played by Thomas Jane. Stamberg ("Over There," "Studio 60") will play the lead character's (Brooke Elliott) dismissive boss.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times