DB Woodside, star of Lucifer, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and 24, has joined the cast of a new Netflix series alongside Watchmen’s Hong Chau.

As reported by Deadline, political conspiracy thriller adaptation The Night Agent has added actors to its cast. As well as the aforementioned Woodside and Chau, the series has added Yellowjackets and Riverdale star Sarah Desjardins, The 100’s Eve Harlow, Trying and Black Mirror’s ‘Striking Vipers’ actress Fola Evans-Akingbola, Tell Me Your Secrets star Enrique Murciano and Clickbait’s Phoenix Raei.

When the series was announced last year, it was revealed that The Big C and Super 8 star Gabriel Basso would be playing low-level FBI agent Peter Sutherland, a man who receives a mysterious phone call while working at the White House and has to rush to uncover a deadly conspiracy.

He teams up with a young tech CEO named Rose Larkin, played by the previously announced Luciane Buchanan. She’s a woman on the run after assassins are sent after her aunt and uncle, who aren’t who she thought they were.

Of the new cast members, Chau is playing the White House Chief of Staff, Woodside plays a recently un-retired Secret Serviceman, Evans-Akingbola is playing the head of the VP’s daughter’s security detail, while Desjardins is the VP’s daughter.

Harlow and Raei play a couple of assassins, with an emphasis on the couple, while Murciano has been cast as the head of the secret service.

Meanwhile, Horrible Bosses and the 2017 Baywatch movie director Seth Gordon will helm the first two of ten episodes, while The Shield creator Shawn Ryan is serving as an executive producer alongside him.

Source: digitalspy.com

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