aimee garcia rich sommer pilot casting gi 'Mad Men's' Rich Sommer, Aimee Garcia and more cast in pilotsAnother day, another round of actors joining pilots for the next TV season. “Mad Men” star Rich Sommer is among a few actors to land new pilots, hoping they’ll go to series in the fall. Deadline has all the details.

– Sommer has been cast in CBS comedy “Good Session,” as the best fiend of a couple who learn quite a bit from a trip to the therapist. His character lives in the suburbs with his wife and kids.
– Aimee Garcia, last seen on “Dexter,” has been cast as a member of the CIA’s Counter-Terrorism Department in CBS’ “Red Zone,” about a retired operative forced back into work after a terror attack.
– Formerly of “Treme,” Rob Brown has joined NBC’s “Salvation” pilot. He will play the adopted son of Ashley Judd’s Jennifer Strickland, the widow of a mega-church pastor who is trying to save the church.

– Jane Krakowski’s half-hour FOX pilot “Dead Boss” has added Justine Lupe and Ravi Patel. In the show, Krakowski plays a women wrongly convicted of murder, which has comedy written all over it. Lupe will play her sister, who slowly begins taking over her life. Patel will play a co-worker of Krakowski’s, who is obsessed with her.
– “American Crime,” a drama written by the Oscar-winning writer of “12 Years a Slave,” has cast Benito Martinez (“The Shield”) and W. Earl Brown (“Deadwood”). Martinez portrays the man whose son is accused of killing a war veteran, while Brown plays the father of the veteran’s widow.

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