Paramount + Series features Alyssa Jhirrels and more – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Alyssa Jirrels, Toby Huss, Reno Wilson and Brian Goodman have joined the cast of Deadly attraction, Paramount +’s series remake of the classic 1980s psychosexual thriller. They join previously announced lead roles Lizzy Caplan, Joshua Jackson and Amanda Peet.

Paramount Television Studios and the Amblin Television series, written by Alexandra Cunningham from a story she co-authored with Kevin J. Hynes, explore the timeless themes of marriage and infidelity through the lens of modern attitudes toward strong women, personality disorders, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. .

Jirrels will play the daughter of Ellen Gallagher, Dan (Jackson) and Beths (Peet).

Huss will portray Mike Gerard, DA’s head of investigation, whose friendship and loyalty to Deputy Dan Gallagher goes back many years.

Wilson is Detective Earl Booker, a longtime member of the Los Angeles Police Department with a great personality and an inability to edit for himself.

Goodman to play Arthur Tomlinson, warm and friendly, Arthur is Beth Gallagher’s best friend and business partner.

Cunningham acts as showrunner and executive producer alongside Hynes as well as Amblin Television Presidents Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey.

Jirrels will next be seen in Netflix’s YA comedy limited series Boo bitch. She recently repeated on Jason Katims’ As we see it, and on the feature side, she played a major role in This is the year, directed by David Henrie and produced by Selena Gomez. Jirrels is represented by Osbrink Talent Agency, Brave Artists Management and Chad Christopher.

Known for his role as John Bosworth on Stop and catch fire, Huss can next be seen in Plumbers in the White House, HBO’s upcoming Watergate limited series, as well Strange: Al Yankovic Greaty opposite Daniel Radcliffe. His other previous credits include Dickinson and Copshop, enamong other. He is represented by APA and Artists First.

Wilson gets a four-season run as Stan Hill on Good Girls. He portrayed Officer Carl McMillan in the comedy series Mike and Molly, which aired for six seasons on CBS. On the film side, Wilson was praised for his starring role as the legendary jazz icon Louis Armstrong in the film The ball. He can be seen next time Headshop. Wilson is represented by A3 Artists Agency and More / Medavoy Management.

Goodman previously appeared on Rizzoli & Isles and opposite Hugh Laurie in Chance. His film credits include Munich, Catch me if you can and The last castle. Goodman also wrote and directed the thriller What does not kill you and instructed Black butterfly. Goodman is represented by the APA.

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