This week, “Smash” is playing Musical Chairs and boy are we dizzy. Here's how it really went down.
Fox's “Delirium,” will be cast by Scott Genkinger, “Sleepy Hollow” will be cast by Cathy Sandrich and "Venice" will be cast Patrick Rush. The CW's "Company Town" will be cast by Nancy Klopper.
Scott Genkinger and Deborah George have split with Junie Lowry-Johnson Casting and launched their own Studio City office.
Backstage is offering classes with some of the most sought after casting teams in the industry next week.
John Lutz ("30 Rock") and Jim O'Heir ("Parks and Recreation") are getting acclaim for playing the butt of the joke on TV.
ABC, NBC, Fox, and the CW go on a late summer shopping spree for new scripted projects to develop for the 2013-14 television season.
Straight-to-series pickups have been popular with cable nets and the new online content producers such as Netflix, but now the broadcast networks increasingly are using the strategy—which could be a boon for working actors.
NBC's "After Hours" is set to be cast by Junie Lowry-Johnson and Libby Goldstein; Anya Colloff and Michael Nicolo, of CFB Casting will work on ABC's "Trophy Wife."
Three new characters are being cast to join the ensemble of the Marilyn Monroe musical "Bombshell," the fictional show-within-the-show on "Smash."
Auditions will be held at the Comedy Cellar on Sept. 9 for NBC’s Stand-Up for Diversity, an annual initiative that offers exposure to unknown comics of all types.