Teen Wolf star Daniel Sharman has been cast as a lead in the CBS medical drama pilot LFE, from The Dan Jinks Co. and CBS TV. Written/co-executive produced by Paul Downs Colaizzo, LFE is described as a high-octane medical procedural revolving around second-year residents at New York City’s top hospital as they attempt to balance their god complexes with their humanity. Sharman will play Joe, a good-hearted, expertly talented surgical resident. In addition to his starring role as Isaac Lahey on Teen Wolf, Sharman’s credits include The Originals, The Nine Lives Of Chloe King and the feature Immortals.
Joe Spano (NCIS) has booked a regular role in Fox’s single-camera comedy pilot 48 Hours ‘Til Monday, written/exec produced by Charlie Grandy. 48Hours, from Universal TV, chronicles husband and father of three Charlie’s (Rob Riggle) desperate struggle not to let every weekend go completely to hell. Spano will play Doug McGill, Louise’s (Jane Curtin) husband. They are living at Kelly (Sarah Chalke) and Charlie’s (Riggle) house until he’s recovered from a back injury and can go back to work. SDB Partners-repped Spano is best known for his long run as Det. Henry Goldblume on Hill Street Blues. He recurs on NCIS.