24 alumna Nazneen Contractor is returning to the spy world.
The actress, who played Kayla Hassan in Season 8 of the Fox series, will recur on Season 5 of Covert Affairs, airing this summer.
Contractor joins the USA Network drama as Calder’s new love interest Sydney. But this being Covert Affairs, there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to the discreet and savvy beauty.
Awesome news – from her latest tweet HERE Amy is going to be on an episode of Covert Affairs!
Perrey Reeves is trading in her Entourage for the CIA. The actress best known for playing Melissa Gold—Mrs. Ari—on the hit HBO series is joining USA’s Covert Affairs as a recurring guest star, E! News can exclusively reveal.
Reeves will play Caitlyn, the COO at McQuaid Security, the private military company run by Ryan McQuaid (new series regular Nic Bishop). Her character is described as smart, confident and not afraid to speak her mind. It’s still a boy’s club, but she’s worked hard to get where she is today and knows how to command a room.
“Body of Proof” alum Nicholas Bishop joins as a “charming” former Navy SEAL-turned-billionaire.
Covert Affairs is bulking up for season five.
Body of Proof alum Nicholas Bishop has joined the USA Network spy drama as a new series regular, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The English-born Australian actor will play Ryan McQuaid, a former Navy SEAL-turned-private contractor billionaire. Described as handsome, magnetic and charming, McQuaid and Annie (Piper Perabo) first meet in the field as uneasy allies, but as their relationship intensifies, so will Annie’s fears that McQuaid may have a secret agenda.
Danger, scandal and smoking guns are no match for resourceful CIA operative Annie Walker (Piper Perabo), who proves herself as astute as ever in season four of Covert Affairs. When Annie and Auggie (Christopher Gorham), her blind lover and colleague, mix business with pleasure on a trip to Colombia, they ruffle the feathers of local CIA station chief Calder Michaels (Hill Harper), whose seemingly fleeting allegiance has major implications for the future of the Domestic Protection Division. Complicating matters, Arthur (Peter Gallagher) reveals a “covert affair” of his own, while Henry’s (Gregory Itzin) ulterior motives are brought to light. Venture across South America, Europe, and Asia with Annie in all 16 thrilling episodes, back-to-back and uninterrupted.
Today the folks at Universal announced that May 27th is the street date for Covert Affairs – Season 4 on DVD. Priced at $39.98 SRP, the 16-episode collection comes on 4 discs and includes Ultraviolet digital versions of those episodes, plus English subtitles. You’ll also get these extras:
Sights Unseen: Auggie Undercover – A Covert Affairs Prequel
Taken from: http://tvshowsondvd.com/n/19533#ixzz2vJUYeEuC