Deadline is reporting that USA drama Falling Water has added Kristopher Turner (Saving Hope), Happy Town alum Stephen Arbuckle, and Notorious‘ Sepideh Moafi. Turner will be playing James’ tutor Jeremy, who may have a thing for Tess; Arbuckle is set as Mark, a regular customer at the diner; and Moafi will portray Taka’s new partner Alexis, a career cop who cares about doing her job.
Created by the late Henry Bromell (Homeland) and Blake Masters (Crossbones), Falling Water follows three strangers as they realize they’re dreaming the same dream and attempt to figure out their connection to one another.
In addition to his role on the Canadian medical drama, Turner has appeared on the likes of This Life, The L.A. Complex, and Instant Star, while Arbuckle’s television credits include Todd and the Book of Pure Evil, Murdoch Mysteries, and Against the Wall. For her part, Moafi has been seen on Black Box, Forever, and Limitless.
The second season of Falling Water began production last month and should premiere sometime next year on USA. The series joins a scripted slate that includes Queen of the South, Colony, and The Sinner.