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In today’s TV news round-up, there is new casting for Starz’s “American Gods,” Showtime’s “Roadies” and “NCIS: L.
The show chronicles the rock world through the eyes of the backstage workers who put the show on the road.
USA Network has tapped Rafael Amaya, star of sister network Telemundo’s series “El Senor de los Cielos,” to make a crossover appearance in the upcoming drama “Queen of the South.” Amaya will re-create his character Aurelio Casillas, a drug lord who seeks power while eluding the DEA.
His character will come face-to-face with Alice Braga’s Teresa Mendoza. PREMIERE DATES: HBO has announced that “All the Way” will premiere on May 21.
His storyline will revolve around him sneaking out to meet up with his girlfriend, but when they’re interrupted by intruders, he has to sacrifice his own life so that his girlfriend can escape. Starz has cast Emily Browning in their hotly anticipated adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods.” Browning will be playing Laura Moon, the wife of Shadow Moon who gets a second chance on her relationship after going on an unexpected journey. “She has a challenge ahead of her: Laura is a tricky character, and the Laura on the screen is even trickier and more dangerous than the one on the page.
She’s going to have a wonderful time bringing Laura to life.” Comedian Yassir Lester will be a series regular in Fox’s time-travel comedy pilot “Making History,” has learned.
He joins stars Adam Palley and Leighton Meester in the project that hails from Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Seth Cohen and Julius “Goldy” Sharpe.
Lester is a writer on “The Carmichael Show” and “Girls,” and “Making History” marks his first starring role in a pilot.
He is repped by UTA, Truhett/Garcia Management and law firm Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler & Feldman.
Christopher Meloni of “SVU” and new “Underground” fame will take a seat on Bravo’s “Inside the Actors Studio” on March 31.