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Nia Vardalos Joins The Catch

Nia Vardalos has joined Shonda Rhimes’ newest drama, The Catch.
According to Deadline, the My Big Fat Greek Wedding star will appear in a recurring role. Although her role is unconfirmed, Vardalos will reportedly play Leah Wells, “a neurotic but formidable counterfeiter.”
The actress previously worked with Rhimes when she guest-starred on Grey’s Anatomy in 2012.
The Catch, which stars Mireille Enos as a private investigator who gets conned by her fiancé (Peter Krause), airs Thursdays at 10/9c on ABC.



Despite going head-to-head with the “American Idol” finale, the first two hours of ABC’s “TGIT” lineup held up reasonably well in adults 18-49 this week.

8PM series “Grey’s Anatomy” was down only slightly, while 9PM drama “Scandal” matched last week’s performance in the demo.

10PM drama “The Catch,” which commenced during the concluding moments of the “Idol” finale, meanwhile posted a slight week-to-week gain.

Per fast national data posted by Showbuzz, “Grey’s” opened ABC’s night with a 2.1 adults 18-49 rating and 7.30 million total viewers. Last week’s episode drew a 2.2 and 7.77 million.

“Scandal” followed with a 1.7 and 5.90 million total viewers. The former number matches last week’s 1.7, while the latter was down from the 6.44 million mark posted by that broadcast. The decline in total viewership suggests that “Scandal” lost some of its older viewers to the “Idol” finale, which drew a 3.3 rating and 14.14 million total viewers in the 9PM hour.

Up from last week’s 1.0 demo rating, “The Catch” posted a 1.1 for its third episode. It did, however, decline from 5.07 million to 4.89 million in total viewers.


John Simm Joins ABC’s ‘The Catch’

At last, we’ll get to put a face to “The Benefactor.”

British actor John Simm (“Doctor Who,” “Life on Mars”) has joined the cast of ABC’s cat-and-mouse thriller “The Catch,” Variety has confirmed exclusively.

He’ll play the mysterious benefactor behind Ben/Christopher (Peter Krause) and Margot (Sonya Walger), who’s been footing the bill for their elaborate financial cons. As the leader of the organization they work for, they’re deeply in debt to him, and he’s coming to collect.

Simm, who played the Master on “Doctor Who” alongside David Tennant, will be introduced in episode six and will appear through the back half of the 10-episode first season of “The Catch.”

The latest entry in ABC’s Shondaland TGIT lineup, “The Catch” also stars Mireille Enos as private investigator Alice Vaughan, who’s in pursuit of Ben, her former fiance. The drama debuted on March 24 to modest ratings of 5.8 million viewers. Its two-hour finale will air on May 19.

“The Catch” airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. on ABC.


ABC Sets Season Finale Dates for ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘Agents of SHIELD’ and More

ABC announced on Monday season finale dates for its lengthy list of current primetime series, with three dramas — “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD,” “Once Upon a Time” and newcomer “The Catch” — getting two-hour sendoffs.

The network’s popular Wednesday comedy block of “The Middle,” “The Goldbergs,” “Modern Family” and “Black-ish” will wrap their seasons on May 18. On “Black-ish,” Dre dreams himself into an episode of the classic 1970s series “Good Times,” with his whole family filling the roles of the classic sitcom.

The TGIT dramas “Grey’s Anatomy” and “The Catch” will wrap one night later (May 19), with “Scandal” having ended its season the previous week (May 12).


“Scandal” — Thursday, May 12

“Once Upon a Time” (two hours, 7-9 p.m.), “The Family” and “Quantico” — Sunday, May 15

“Castle” — Monday, May 16

“Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” — Tuesday, May 17

“The Middle,” “The Goldbergs,” “Modern Family” and “Black-ish” — Wednesday, May 18

“Grey’s Anatomy” and “The Catch” (two hours, 9-11 p.m.) — Thursday, May 19

“Shark Tank” — Friday, May 20

“America’s Funniest Home Videos” — Sunday, May 22

“Fresh Off the Boat,” “The Real O’Neals” and “Dancing With the Stars” (two hours 9-11 p.m.) — Tuesday, May 24

“Nashville” — Wednesday, May 25


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