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TV Casting: Laura Prepon Joins 'Awkward Situations for Men'

by Andrew Scott, posted Feb 5th 2010 11:56AM
Laura Prepon'That '70s Show' alum Laura Prepon is eyeing a return to television with a co-starring role in ABC's 'Awkward Situations for Men.' Prepon has signed on to play Danny Wallace's wife, Meg, in the comedy series, about a British TV personality who has trouble fitting in when he moves to America. Meg, meanwhile, sets up at a smoothie shop run by her former fling, played by Matt Letscher. It sounds like it'll be just as awkward for the women, too. [Hollywood Reporter]

More casting news after the jump.Laura Prepon'That '70s Show' alum Laura Prepon is eyeing a return to television with a co-starring role in ABC's 'Awkward Situations for Men.' Prepon has signed on to play Danny Wallace's wife, Meg, in the comedy series, about a British TV personality who has trouble fitting in when he moves to America. Meg, meanwhile, sets up at a smoothie shop run by her former fling (Matt Letscher). It sounds like it'll awkward for the women, too. [Hollywood Reporter]

Enrique MurcianoEnrique Murciano has found his McDream role on the new Shonda Rhimes-produced pilot 'Off the Map.' The 'Without a Trace' alum joins the previously cast Martin Henderson in the ABC pilot, about three doctors who launch a clinic on a remote tropical island. The third doctor has yet to be cast. [Hollywood Reporter]

Brit MorganBrit Morgan ('The Middleman') has joined the highly-anticipated third season of 'True Blood.' In it, she will play Debbie Pelt, Alcide's (Joe Mangiello) former girlfriend who has a problem with Sookie (Anna Paquin). Morgan joins an already jam-packed ensemble that includes Denis O'Hare and Oscar nominee Alfre Woodard. [Hollywood Reporter]

Emily RoseEmily Rose has been tapped to play the lead in Syfy's new supernatural drama series 'Haven.' Rose will play Audrey Parker, an FBI agent whose case assignment in Haven, Maine, gets interesting when she discovers that its residents possess supernatural powers. The show is based on the novella 'The Colorado Kid' by Stephen King. So far, 13 episodes have been ordered. [Hollywood Reporter]

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