Ryan Devlin is a big believer in silver linings.
That's because the 30-year-old actor, who last week began a multiple-episode arc on Brothers & Sisters after high-profile recurring roles on Grey's Anatomy and Cougar Town, is keeping busy despite being dropped from CBS' $#*! My Dad Says before the original pilot ever aired.
"I can't really say anything about how it went down except that it just happens a lot," Devlin tells TVGuide.com. "I had a great time doing it, but I couldn't be happier doing what I'm doing right now. I absolutely have no regrets — I think it worked out the way it was supposed to."
Things are definitely looking up. Devlin's original four-episode arc on Brothers & Sisters — which continues Sunday when Kitty (Calista Flockhart) decides to take Devlin's character, her new college student boy toy Seth, to the Walker family Christmas — has been expanded to at least eight episodes.
"In some capacity it looks like Seth is going to be kicking around," Devlin says. "I attribute it to the producers recognizing what Calista and I have. We have a pretty good on-screen chemistry; we have a lot of fun together. I think they like what Seth does to Kitty. He kind of shakes her out of her comfort zone and makes her do crazy things."
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