It's pilot season, which means that actors are getting cast in shows that may or may not make the air at a much faster rate than I can possibly keep track of. But, because I'm a sex-obsessed pig, here's a quick rundown of attractive women who've recently landed roles:
Rachel Bilson is a flawless human being, so of course she beat out everyone on the planet for a role in the CW's "Hart of Dixie." From Deadline: "It is a comedic drama centered on a young New York City doctor (Bilson) who inherits a medical practice in a small Southern town inhabited by an eclectic and eccentric group of characters." So... Doc Hollywood meets "Northern Exposure" meets the girl of my dreams (see following pages). Gotcha.
Annie Wersching, previously hailed at Warming Glow for being unhinged and super-hot on "24," has landed a lead role in ABC's "Partners," a cop drama about two female detectives "who are fiercely loyal to one another since they're also secretly half-sisters."
Anna Camp, the perky blonde preacher's wife from "True Blood," landed one of the two lesbian roles in the NBC pilot "I Hate That I Love You" (previously written about here). Aw, a lesbian? What a waste of handjob skills! [Deadline]
Laura Prepon will play a young version of Chelseas Handler in an NBC pilot called "Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea." Prepon will play "a fresh-faced single cocktail waitress highly opinionated and open about her love to drink and have sex." I like that last part, but I could do with fewer opinions.