Stitchers, Gotham and Mom are among the most recent shows to add new faces to their rosters. Find out which of your favorite shows have made room for new characters in the latest casting roundup.

John Billingsley and Cassidy Freeman on Stitchers

Stitchers doesn’t make its return until 2016, but some new faces are already being announced. Among them, John Billingsley (Star Trek: Enterprise, True Blood) has landed a recurring role as an NSA executive, according to TVLine. Along with him, Smallville alum Cassidy Freeman will also join the cast in a guest starring role as Ellie, a hacker with impressive skills which she uses to toy with the Stitchers team.

Judy Greer on Mom

Judy Greer may have one of the longest list of guest-starring roles and she’s about to add another one to it. Following the cancellation of her FX comedy, Greer will join Anna Faris and Allison Janney’s CBS comedy Mom, says TVLine. Greer will play Michelle on the episode airing November 19, a sloppy drunk that Christy and Bonnie try to help get sober.

Jessy Schram on Nashville

According to TVLine, Once Upon a Time‘s Cinderella will headover to Tennessee to play Cash Gray, a recurring role in season 4. Cash is described as a singer-songwriter who’s recently come into her own and is working on repairing her relationship with her alcoholic musician father. Schram will first appear in the tenth episode of the season.

Nathan Darrow and Paul Reubens on Gotham

Finally, Mr. Freeze is coming to Gotham City. Nathan Darrow, best known for his work as Secret Service agent/lover of Frank Underwood in House of Cards, will play the hugely important and recurring role of Victor Fries, says TVLine. Mr. Freeze is mostly known as the portrayal done by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1997 film Batman & Robin, so it’ll be interesting to see what Darrow does with the character.

Sherilyn Fenn on Shameless

The Twin Peaks has just signed on to play Queen, an earthy and sensual grandmother who “loves to be naked,” according to Deadline. Fenn replaces LeBrock, who was originally announced to play the role.

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Kartik Chainani

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV