The population of ‘Graceland’ is going up by two.
With just a couple months until the much-anticipated Season 2 premiere of the popular USA police drama, The Wrap reported today that actors Brit Morgan and Nestor Serrano will join the ranks for the second season.
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Morgan is to recur as Amber, a shifty freelance genius and jackette of trades as it were, and someone who takes on dangerous jobs for dangerous people. It’s foreshadowed that Amber has a secret, one slowly uncovered when Charlie (Vanessa Ferlito) gets a bit too close.
‘Graceland’ has also enlisted Serrano to portray Carlos Solano Sr., a ruthless drug cartel leader who lets his actions speak for themselves. Some of those actions, as reported, include hanging the decapitated heads of his enemies off bridges as you know, a warning sign. Message received.
The character is conveyed as layered, however, as a figure that is equally serious about taking care of his business and his family.
Morgan is most noted for her work on ‘True Blood’ as Debbie Pelt, while having also served on the short-lived ABC drama ‘The Middleman.’ The veteran Serrano, meanwhile, has a lengthy list of credits to his name, including regular appearances on numerical shows ‘24’ and ‘90120.’
The series from Jeff Eastin follows a group of undercover government cops from various agencies living together in Southern California and stars Manny Montana, Daniel Sunjata, and the aforementioned Ferlito, among others.
Season 2 kicks off June 11.