John Stamos and Mark Consuelos are headed for "The New Normal," according to EW.
Stamos is playing a co-worker of Jane's (Ellen Barkin) who finds his sexuality being questioned by the foul-mouthed grandma. Consuelos will appear as a grip on the "Glee"-style show created by Andrew Rannells' character, and will find himself as the object of Rocky's (NeNe Leakes) affections.
Both stars have previously appeared on other Ryan Murphy projects -- Stamos recurred on "Glee" in Season 2 and Consuelos is currently appearing on "American Horror Story: Asylum."
In other casting news ...
A "Studio 60" reunion on "Go On." Bradley Whitford will guest star on an upcoming episode of the Matthew Perry comedy. Details of his role have yet to be confirmed. [Twitter]
From "Made in Jersey" to "Do No Harm." Toni Trucks, who played the receptionist on "Jersey," will recur on the upcoming NBC drama as Dr. Patricia Rivers. [TVLine]
"Episodes" star to headline NBC comedy pilot. Kathleen Rose Perkins will star in the adaptation of UK comedy "The Gates," along with Diana Maria Riva, John Grisetti and Justin Chon. It revolves around the drop-off/pick-up time at the beginning and end of the school day, and the encounters that occur between parents and school staff. [Deadline]
"Treme" alum joins Michael J. Fox's comedy. Wendell Pierce will play Fox's character's friend and former boss at a local TV station. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Brian Klugman is heading to "Bones." The "Frasier" alum is joining the Fox drama as the Jeffersonian's newest intern, Oliver Wells, who has four degrees and isn't at all intimidated by Brennan. [TVLine]
Someone is on the hunt on "Beauty and the Beast." Sendhil Ramamurthy has been cast in a recurring role on the CW series as Gabe, a new assistant district attorney who's spearheading the search for vigilante Vincent. [TV Guide]