07 Jun

In somewhat surprising news, both Brittany Snow and Aml Ameen are no longer with the show.  However, they have apparently been offered the opportunity to be guest stars which is a bit strange.  So Kathy Bates and Nate Corrdry are the only regulars to return next season.  Although I hope this means the promotion of one Tommy Jefferson (Christopher McDonald) to a series regular.  He was the best part of Harry’s Law last season.  I also have to wonder if Damien Winslow (Johnny Ray Gill) and possibly Rachael Miller (Jordana Spiro)  will be promoted series regulars as well.  I guess we’ll see.   But I would think they will probably introduce some new characters, especially if Tommy, Damien, and Rachael aren’t regulars.


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2 responses to “CASTING NEWS: Harry’s Law

  1. sportsattitudes

    June 8, 2011 at 9:55 am

    NBC really has a knack for screwing up what few hits they have, don’t they? Show debuts strong and holds an audience…and here we are, with half a starring cast for next season. Yes, I would agree the other members will likely step up but this is a bitter bit of news to swallow and hard to understand, unless the two people involved have other projects more appealing or financially lucrative.

    • fortheloveoftv

      June 8, 2011 at 12:41 pm

      The one report I saw said it was a mutual decision but I find that hard to believe. I didn’t see either one who was in another pilot that got picked up and chose to leave Harry’s Law. I also find it strange that this late season coupling is the twosome that are gone. But yet they could come back as guest stars? It’s very very odd.


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