In addition to all of the other news we’ve been reporting, here are a few entertainment and TV headlines you might have missed:
-Sundance Channel’s ‘Rectify’ will officially return for its 10-episode second season on Thursday, June 19 at 9/8c.
-You can catch a special preview, the first two minutes, of NBC’s ‘Believe’ over at Hulu. The supernatural series premieres Monday, March 10 at 10/9c following ‘The Voice.’ Starting Sunday, March 16 it will move to its regular 9/8c spot. Fun fact: Oscar-winner Alfonso Cuaron co-wrote and directed the pilot. He also serves as executive producer.
-El Rey’s action-drama series ‘Matador,’ from Bob Orci and Alex Kurtzman, has added Neil Hopkins (‘Lost’) as Noah, the brilliant but awkward partner of Nicky Whelan’s Annie.
-Kevin Williamson’s stalker drama starring Dylan McDermott is welcoming ‘Devious Maids’ Mariana Klaveno as Janice, an intelligent and underestimated Threat Assessment Unit detective. Should this pilot move forward, Klaveno will leave ‘Devious Maids.’
-ABC’s Richard LaGravenese untitled drama pilot has cast Rufus Sewell (‘Eleventh Hour’) in the male leading role. Set in New York, it revolves around the love and rivalry between two powerful socialites, one being Sewell’s Philip Fitzgerald Julien, and the other named Margot Worth Cole.
-According to Deadline, Amazon is developing a single-camera comedy ‘Red Oaks.’ Attached to the pilot is Oscar-winner Steven Soderbergh as executive producer and David Gordon Green to direct and executive produce. Reportedly, it is a “coming-of-age comedy set at a country club” and described as “‘Caddyshack’ with tennis.”
-Brianna Brown (‘Devious Maids’) has been cast as Barry Sloane’s wife in ABC’s drama pilot ‘The Visitors.’ As Lena, she is said to be a ruthless fighter trying to save her daughter from being turned against her by a covert alien operation.