Dead & Breakfast star Erik Palladino had landed a reoccuring role in ABC’s “666 Park Avenue” as Tony DeMeo, a doorman at The Drake apartments. “Welcome to The Drake, Park Avenue’s most devilish address, where evil, obsession, and supernatural occurences are included in the rent.” “666 Park Avenue” will air at 10:00 PM on Sundays.
In other small TV news, Elizabeth Mitchell (pictured) is reuniting with Lost creator J.J. Abrams as a series regular on his post-apocalyptic NBC drama “Revolution.” Mitchell will play Rachel Matheson, the mother of Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Danny Matheson (Graham Rogers), and appear in a series in flashbacks. Abrams and writer Eric Kripke (“Supernatural”) are executive-producing Revolution, in which all of the power in the world mysteriously shuts off. Picking up 15 years after the catastrophe, the series follows a band of survivors trying to evade a ruthless militia unit that wants to get the current flowing again, though for the wrong reasons.
Revolution premieres Monday, Sept. 17, at 10 pm/9c.
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