Danny Glover is set for a recurring role on ABC’s “Brothers and Sisters,” says The Hollywood Reporter.
Meanwhile, Olivia Wilde, Kal Penn, Peter Jacobson and Anne Dudek have landed recurring roles on Fox’s hit medical drama “House,” and “L&O” alumna Milena Govich has come on board Fox’s upcoming drama series “K-Ville.”
On “Brothers,” from ABC Studios, Glover will play a new love interest to Sally Field.
On “House,” Wilde, Penn, Jacobson and Dudek are expected to play characters who will be brought in after the resignations of House’s (Hugh Laurie) underlings Foreman (Omar Epps) and Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) and the firing of Chase (Jesse Spencer).
Wilde will play a young doctor called Thirteen who will be working closely with House on the series, which is from Universal Media Studios.
Meanwhile, Govich is switching from detective work to the legal arena in “K-Ville.” She will guest star as DA Lyndsey Swann on the 20th Century Fox Television-produced drama, which revolves around cops in post-Katrina New Orleans.