Castle, Nathan Fillion - Premieres March 9th
Our beloved star Nathan Fillion has not been absent from TV since the greatness of Firefly, but he finally returns as a series star in our midseason line-up with the new ABC series, Castle. Fillion plays Rick Castle, a famous crime novelist who teams up with NYPD Detective Kate Beckett to help solve real-life crimes. Clever quips and sexual tension ensue.
The Unusuals, Harold Perrineau - Premieres April 8th
Another new ABC midseason series, The Unusuals features a Lost star who has a little more time on his hands, Harold Perrineau. Losties, theorize about what this means for the likes of Michael Dawson at will, but any way about it, this should be an interesting new spot for him as a detective in this "comedic procedural."
The United States of Tara, John Corbett & Toni Collette
This new series has already made a successful Showtime premiere, but is very noteworthy in our list of familiar midseason faces as it welcomes fascinating and lovable movie actress Toni Collette to the small screen and our dear Aden, John Corbett from Sex and the City. Don't worry, ladies, this time Corbett has found much more successful marital bliss with our leading lady, but in a very bizarre situation as his wife, Tara (Collette) suffers from disassociative identity disorder.
Harper's Island, Christopher Gorham - Premieres April 19th
Well, Ugly Betty fans, if you were still crossing your fingers for the love story of Henry and Betty to continue, it looks like this is the final straw to break that camel's back. But the good news? More of Christopher Gorham's adorableness on TV! This new CBS murder mystery series features Gorham as an all new Henry, Henry Dunn, who is among a group of friends and family attending a wedding on Harper's Island off Seattle, when guests start dying... "one by one... one by one..."
Cupid, Bobby Cannavale & Sarah Paulson - Premieres March 24th
Bobby Cannavale has popped up in various shows and movies like Will & Grace, Ally McBeal, and Paul Blart: Mall Cop, but now it's time for him to take a starring TV role as Trevor Pierce, a "a larger than life character who may or may not be the Roman god of love, Cupid," visiting earth to create love connections for 100 couples before he can return home to Mt. Olympus. Sarah Paulson of Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip and Jack and Jill joins the show as well as Dr. Claire McCrae, a psychiatrist charged with the care of Trevor while he's on earth.