The recent "Ben and Kate" guest star and former "American Dreams" actress is joining the new Fox pilot titled "To My Future Assistant," Entertainment Weekly reports.
The comedy pilot, based on a blog of the same name, follows a group of assistants at a major New York law firm who help each other deal with their obnoxious and overbearing bosses. According to EW, Snow will play Jen, "a super-ambitious young woman who can't stand being a legal assistant for another day and hopes to snag an associate lawyer position at her firm now that she's passed the bar." Catherine O'Hara, Joe Egender and Melissa Tang have already been cast.
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JB Smoove is getting funny with Will Arnett. The "Curb Your Enthusiasm" alum has joined CBS' untitled Greg Garcia comedy pilot. Smoove will play Deweyne, a close friend of Jack's (Arnett), the recently divorced man at the center of the comedy. [Deadline]
CBS has found another one of "The Crazy Ones." "New Adventures of Old Christine" alum Hamish Linklater has joined the cast of the network's comedy pilot, which is set in the world of advertising and revolves around Simon Roberts (Robin Williams) and his daughter Sydney (Sarah Michelle Gellar). Linklater will play Andrew Kennedy, "a neurotic and self-deprecating art director at the ad agency" at the center of the pilot, who is also in love with Sydney. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Lindsay Sloane has joined the Sean Hayes-fronted pilot. On the NBC comedy, tentatively titled "Happiness," Sloane will play the best friends to Hayes' newly single dad. [TVLine]