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Mark-Paul Gosselaar On 'Happy Endings' And More Casting News

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar joins "Happy Endings." | Getty Images

"Happy Endings" is getting a taste of the '90s with the addition of Mark-Paul Gosselaar.

The "Saved By The Bell" alum will stop by the ABC comedy as Max's (Adam Pally) "mysterious new roommate," according to EW.

Gosselaar, who also guest stars on the Season 2 premiere of "Don't Trust The B---- in Apt. 23," is not the first '90s heartthrob to stop by "Happy Endings." Brian Austin Green guest starred in the Season 2 finale as a love interest for Penny (Casey Wilson) and will appear in Season 3 as well, Wilson told HuffPost. "B.A.G. is gonna be in the premiere ... and I think he might be back again as well," she said.

In other casting news ...

Mark Consuelos will star on a new ABC comedy from Kelly Ripa.
If a pilot is ordered, Consuelos will play a former handyman from Queens who gets a culture shock upon entering the world of Manhattan's Upper West Side. [Deadline]

J.R. Ramirez is headed to "Emily Owens, M.D." The "House Of Payne" actor is teaming up with Mamie Gummer on the CW series as a confident doctor named AJ. [TV Guide]

Olivia Luccardi has been cast in "The Secret Lives Of Husbands And Wives." Luccardi has booked a series regular role on the NBC pilot starring Perrey Reeves, Richard Deaver, James Tupper, Martin Henderson and Jesse L. Martin. [THR]

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