Check Out Our New Look

Stephen Bishop Upped To Regular On BET’s ‘Being Mary Jane’; Tory Kittles Joins ‘Intruders’

By | Thursday February 20, 2014 @ 6:29pm PST

stevenbishopStephen Bishop (Moneyball) has been upped to a series regular on BET’s Being Mary Jane, which stars Gabrielle Union as a successful TV news anchor. Bishop will play David, a man Mary Jane brings back into her life to work things out. Bishop, repped by Greene & Associates, Weiner Management and Dave Feldman, next will be seen in Miss Meadows opposite Katie Holmes.

True Detective‘s Tory Kittles has signed on to Intruders, BBC America’s eight-kittles1episode original series. Written by Glen Morgan, Intruders is about a secret society devoted to chasing immortality by seeking refuge in the bodies of others. It centers on ex-cop Jack Whalen (John Simm), who has escaped a dark, violent past for a seemingly quiet life with his wife, Amy (Mira Sorvino). When she goes missing, Jack starts an investigation that forces him to confront his past. Kittles will play Gary Fischer, a handsome attorney and old friend of Whalen’s (Simm) who quietly asks him to investigate a mysterious double homicide. Kittles, repped by APA and Circle of Confusion’s Frank Frattaroli, recently wrapped feature American Heist and has a recurring on FX’s Sons Of Anarchy.

Comments (9)

BBC America Orders ‘Intruders’; Original Series From ‘X-Files’ Alum Glen Morgan

By | Friday October 18, 2013 @ 5:55am PDT

BBC America has greenlit Intruders, an eight-episode original series based on Michael Marshall Smith’s 2007 novel The Intruders. Glen Morgan (The X-Files, Those Who Kill) is the writer and executive producer on the series that’s about a secret society devoted to chasing immortality by seeking refuge in the bodies of others. BBC Worldwide Prods is producing, with production to begin in early spring 2014. Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner are exec producing, and BBC Worldwide is handling global distribution. The Intruders joins BBC America’s breakout original drama Orphan Black. Meanwhile, the network rankled fans when it cancelled its first original scripted series, Copper, last month.

Comments (2)