"The Killing" cast for Season 3 is growing and the latest addition is Max Fowler, TVLine reports.
The up-and-coming actor -- who's appeared on BBC America's "The Hour" -- will play Twitch on "The Killing." According to The Hollywood Reporter, the character is "his own biggest fan," sexually fluid, and "has been in trouble with the law since he was 10, having been arrested for prostitution, drug possession, trespassing and the like, but he always charmed his way out of it."
The unexpected third season of "The Killing" -- considering the AMC drama was canceled just months earlier -- will pick up a year after the Season 2 ended, according to AMC. Season 3 will focus on a mystery that will be resolved over the course of the season, unlike the controversial case of "Who killed Rosie Larsen?" When the Season 1 finale of "The Killing" failed to reveal who killed Rosie, viewers fled the series in Season 2, hence its previous cancellation.
AMC previously reported that "The Killing" showrunner Veena Sud as well as former stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman will return for Season 3.
In more casting news ...
Eion Bailey will reappear on "Once Upon A Time." The actor, who plays August/Pinocchio and mysteriously disappeared earlier in Season 2, is set to return for the ABC drama's 18th episode, titled “Selfless, Brave and True." [Entertainment Weekly]
Another possible baddie is heading to "Arrow." Chin Han has joined the cast of the CW hit as Frank Chen, a successful businessman and longtime Queen family friend. Chen also has ties to the Well-Dressed Man's mysterious group The Undertaking. [Deadline]
"Masters of Sex" has a new addition. "Lovely Bones" actress Rose McIver will recur on the Showtime series, which stars Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the real-life pioneers of the science of human sexuality. [The Hollywood Reporter]