Two more have been added to the cast of Netflix's still-untitled series from 'Damages' creators Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman and Glenn Kessler. Enrique Murciano ('Without a Trace') and Katie Finneran ('The Michael J. Fox Show') are set to join the psychological, oh-so-mysterious thriller.
The 13-episode series focuses on a family of tight adult siblings whose dark secrets come to light when the black sheep brother returns to their hometown. Ben Mendelsohn ('The Dark Knight Rises') plays the misunderstood black sheep. Kyle Chandler ('Friday Night Lights') portrays the responsible, older brother, while Linda Cardellini ('Freaks and Geeks') and Norman Leo Butz play the younger and more charming siblings. Sam Shepard will play the patriarch of the dysfunctional family opposite Sissy Spacek, who plays his wife.
Murciano is set to play Marco, the boyfriend of Cardellini's character and a member of the county sheriff’s department. Finneran will play Butz's "fiery" wife, Belle (Broadway geek alert: both Finneran and Butz are Tony-winning, Broadway vets. Is there a duet in their future? One can hope so).
Murciano can next be seen in 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes', and recurs on the Starz drama, 'Power.' Before her stint on 'The Michael J. Fox Show,' Finneran co-starred on the FOX comedy, 'I Hate My Teenage Daughter,' and most recently played Miss Hannigan in the Tony-nominated revival of 'Annie.'