"Parenthood" has added a familiar TV face for a Season 4 multi-episode arc.
"Everybody Loves Raymond" star, Ray Romano has signed on to play a photographer and former photo journalist who complicates Mark (Jason Ritter) and Sarah's (Lauren Graham) relationship on the NBC drama.
Romano, who recently starred in TNT's late "Men of a Certain Age," will first appear in the Season 4 premiere (Tuesday, September 11 at 10 p.m. ETon NBC).
In more casting news...
Rupert Friend joins Season 2 of "Homeland" as a series regular Friend ("Pride & Prejudice") will play Peter Quinn, a straight-laced CIA analyst overseeing an important operation on the Showtime series. [The Hollywood Reporter]
"Lost" star Mark Pellegrino is guest-starring on "Grimm" The third "Lost" alum to appear on NBC's "Grimm," Pellegrino will play one of Hank’s (Russell Hornsby) high school friends whose daughter goes missing. Unkown to Hank, Pellegrino's character is also a coyotl, a coyote-like creature. [TVLine]
Brian Dietzen has been promoted to series regular on "NCIS" Dietzen, who has played the recurring role of assistant medical examiner Jimmy Palmer since "NCIS's" first season, will have more responsibilities in the CBS series' upcoming Season 10. [TVLine]
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