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'New Girl' Adds New Cast Members For Season 2 And More Casting News

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Cece (Hannah Simone) is getting a new boyfriend and we'll meet Winston's (Lamorne Morris) mom in "New Girl" Season 2!

According to TVLine, "New Girl" has added Anna Maria Horsford as Charmaine Bishop, Winston's tough-as-nails mom who raised her children to become professional basketball players. The best part? She can't stand Schmidt (Max Greenfield).

Additionally, TV Guide is reporting that CeCe will fall for Robby, played by "Traffic Light" alum Nelson Franklin. Robby is an embarrassingly bad dancer who is deaf in one ear. But he's a genuinely good person!

Season 2 of "New Girl" premieres on on Tues., Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.

In other casting news...

Mark Cuban is guest starring on "Necessary Roughness." The Dallas Mavericks owner will guest star as on the USA series as a potential owner of the New York Hawks. [EW]

Lukas Haas has joined the cast of "Touch." Haas will be reuniting with his former "24" co-star Kiefer Sutherland as a young genius on the Fox show. [TVLine]

Caroline Dhavernas is headed to "Hannibal." The "Wonderfalls" vet has joined the NBC series as FBI consultant and psychology professor Dr. Alana Bloom. [EW]

"Game Of Thrones" guest star Elyes Gabel has joined "Body Of Proof." Gabel will play a "smart, cocky Det" on the ABC drama. [TVLine]

Maria Bello is getting a daughter on "Touch." Saxon Sharbino has joined the Fox series as Amelia, Lucy's (Bello) long lost daughter. [THR]

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