'Human Target,' 'Blue Bloods' casting news, 'Price is Right' gets new announcers

andrea-roth-getty.jpg "Human Target" won't be just a boys' club next season. The FOX show has cast Indira Varma ("Rome," "Torchwood") as a new addition to Christopher Chance's ( Mark Valley) team. [ Deadline]

"$#*! My Dad Says" has recast the lead role of William Shatner's son, to whom much of the dad's $#*! gets said. Jonathan Sadowski ("Friday the 13th," "American Dreams") will star in the CBS sitcom, replacing Ryan Devlin ("Cougar Town"). [ Variety]

Andrea Roth (pictured) of "Rescue Me" is joining the cast of the new CBS drama "Blue Bloods," where she'll play a love interest for Tom Selleck's NYPD chief. She replaces Wendy Moniz in the role. [ EW]

Nickelodeon has greenlit a combination live-action/animated movie version of their show "Fairly OddParents," starring Drake Bell as the 23-year-old Timmy Turner. Jason Alexander and Cheryl Hines still star as Timmy's live-action godparents. [ The Wrap]

NBC's midseason comedy "Friends with Benefits" has cast Zach Cregger ("The Whitest Kids U'Know") in one of its lead roles. He replaces "Dollhouse's" Fran Kranz, who played the part in the pilot. [ Deadline]

"The Price Is Right" announcer Rich Fields (on "TPIR" since 2004) is being replaced by three rotating announcers -- JP Roberto, Brad Sherwood and Jeff Davis, the latter two former "Whose Line" colleagues of "TPIR" host Drew Carey. "Come on down!" [change] "Arrive on over." [change] "Materialize on alongside!" [ The Wrap]

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