ABC's "Last Man Standing" will look a little different come fall, as new showrunner Tim Doyle has opted to recast several prominent roles. According to EW, "Grey's Anatomy" actress Amanda Fuller will replace Alexandra Krosney as Kristin, the eldest daughter of Mike Baxter (Tim Allen).
The show is also aging up Kristin's son Boyd, who was previously played by toddlers Luke and Evan Kruntchev. EW reports that newcomer Flynn Morrison will play a 5-year-old version of Boyd in Season 2. The comedy is also looking to recast Boyd's father, who was portrayed by Nick Jonas last season. The pop star recently confirmed that he was in contention for an "American Idol" judging position, which we're guessing would leave him unavailable for recurring scripted work.
In other casting news ...
A "Secret Circle" star joins a new MTV comedy. Shelley Hennig will recur on "Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous," playing the object of the titular character's affections. [Deadline]
Rob Corddry will make "Happy Endings" even happier. The "Childrens Hospital" star has been tapped for a multi-episode arc on the ABC comedy, where he will play the owner of a car dealership who hires Eliza Coupe's Jane as a salesperson. [TVLine]
Odette Annable has been cast on CBS' "Golden Boy." The "House" beauty (who was also recently cast on Cinemax's "Banshee") will recur as Assistant District Attorney Kat O’Connor on the midseason cop drama about an officer's (Theo James) meteoric rise to power. [Deadline]
A "Mission: Impossible" star to menace "Hawaii Five-0." Ving Rhames will appear in flashbacks as a man who has a history with Scott Caan's Danno, who may or may not also appear in the present day. [TV Guide]
Byron Mann will target "Arrow." Mann will play "an enigmatic man who has a complex connection to Oliver Queen/Arrow (Stephen Amell)" in a recurring role. [Deadline]
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