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TV News Roundup: Elizabeth Hurley’s Son to Star on ‘The Royals,’ Chris Wood Joins ‘Supergirl’

Elizabeth Hurley’s son Damian Hurley will be joining E!’s “The Royals,” the CW has added Chris Wood to the “Supergirl” lineup and more in today’s TV News Roundup.

CASTING

E! has announced that Elizabeth Hurley’s son, Damian Hurley, will be joining season 3 of “The Royals.” He will be appearing in an episode of as Hansel, the Crown Prince of Lichtenstein. Season 3 picks up two weeks after the execution of King Simon’s murderer. “The Royals” is set to return in December on E!

The CW’s Supergirl will be adding CW veteran Chris Wood to its roster for season 2. Although his character remains unknown, according to TV Line which first reported the news, Wood will be playing a surprise DC Comics character in an appear early on in season 2. The new season of “Supergirl” premieres Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. on the CW.

CBS has announced that Alexandra Grey, Camryn Manheim and Eric Roberts will be guest-starring on the upcoming episode of Code Black titled “Life and Limb.” Grey will be playing a transgender woman who is forced to confront her past when she ends up in the ER, Manheim will play the wife of a truck driver who is injured in an accident and Roberts will play Mario’s opportunistic father. Season 2 of “Code Black” will premiere on Sept. 28 at 10 p.m. on CBS.

Hulu, RocketJump and Lionsgate have announced that Lorenza Izzo, Daniel Zovatto and Tom Noonan have joined the growing cast Hulu’s upcoming Dimension 404.” Izzo will play an upstart in the world of competitive video gaming, Zovatto will play a heartthrob and Noonan will play an NSA secret agent in various episodes of the six-episode sci-fi and fantasy anthology series.

DATES

Miramax and El Rey Network have announced the premiere date for season 3 of “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series.” The new season will follow the Gecko brothers and their unlikely allies into the culebra underworld. “From Dusk Till Dawn” season 3 premieres on Sept. 6 at 9 p.m. on El Rey Network.

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