Liz Lemon is causing some trouble for Lisa Simpson.
According to EW, Tina Fey is headed to the animated Fox series as the voice of Ms. Cantwell, a substitute teacher who comes down pretty hard on Lisa.
“She gives Lisa a ‘B’ and Ralph an ‘A’ even though Ralph signed his paper ‘Ralpa,’” executive producer Al Jean told EW. “And Lisa has a reading kangaroo with a bunch of little joeys in it for the books that she reads, and [Ms. Cantwell] takes the joeys out and puts them in other kangaroos. Hardcore stuff.”
Additionally, Fey is getting ready for the final season of "30 Rock," which kicks off on Thurs., Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. ET, and will feature a cameo by the one and only Ryan Lochte.
In other casting news...
Brenda Strong is in for a "Scandal." The "Dallas" actress has joined the ABC series as Joan Reston, a governor's wife. [TV Guide]
Cee Lo Green is on his way to NBC. The "Voice" coach is beginning work on a scripted project for the network. Based loosely on his life, the show will be centered on Green's relationship with his children and ex-wife. [Deadline]
The FBI team in "Hannibal" has another member. "Kids in the Hall" alum Scott Thompson has joined the NBC series as Jimmy Price. As the third member of Jack Crawford's (Laurence Fisburne) behavioral science unit of the FBI crime scene investigation team, Jimmy specializes in fingerprinting and spatter patterns at crime scenes. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Susan Misner is headed to "The Following." The "Person Of Interest" alum will play Jenny, a woman from from Ryan's (Kevin Bacon) past. [EW]
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