Kristin Kreuk reports to '17th Precinct'; Terry O'Quinn sings 'Hallelujah'

kristin-kreuk-terry-oquinn.jpgFormer "Smallville" star Kristin Kreuk is joining another show about beings who are not of this world.

Kreuk has been cast in NBC's pilot "17th Precinct," a drama that blends cop-show and fantasy elements and takes place in a world where magic and mythical creatures are real. She'll play the wife of Jamie Bamber's detective character, TVLine reports.

She'll be billed as a guest star in the pilot, and if the show makes NBC's schedule her role will likely be recurring. It would be Kreuk's second show at NBC, following a guest arc on "Chuck" last season.

Other notable names in the latest round of casting:

"Lost" star Terry O'Quinn has joined the cast of ABC's pilot "Hallelujah," a Marc Cherry-created drama about a battle between good and evil in a small town. The Emmy winner will play a wealthy man who has huge influence over the town. Arielle Kebbel ("Life Unexpected") has also signed on. [ Hollywood Reporter]

Jeremy Sisto ("Law & Order," "Six Feet Under") will star in ABC's comedy pilot "Suburgatory," playing the father of a teenage girl ( Jane Levy) who moves from Manhattan to the suburbs, much to his daughter's displeasure. [ Deadline]

NBC's comedy "Bent" has added "Arrested Development" alum Jeffrey Tambor to its cast. The show is about a woman ( Amanda Peet) who finds herself falling for the contractor ( David Walton of "Perfect Couples") she hires to remodel her kitchen; Tambor will play Walton's dad, a former actor. [ Deadline]

Natalie Dormer ("The Tudors") has been cast as the female lead in "Poe," ABC's private-eye show set in the 1840s. She'll play the foil to Edgar Allan Poe ( Chris Egan), who the logline calls "the world's first detective." [ Hollywood Reporter]
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