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Falling Skies: Early Season 3 Casting Grabs Former House Star
Falling Skies’ second season has only just come to an end, but already we are looking forward to the future, with casting announcements for Season 3 already creeping on to the Internet. I can’t remember the last time casting had begun so quickly in between seasons of a television show. I can only think that, due to Falling Skies extensive postproduction needs, things have to get rolling pretty early on. But it’s not like the writers and actors haven’t already had a big break. The entirety of Season 2 was filmed before it aired, so for the last nine weeks, everyone has been enjoying some much deserved time off. But now it’s time to breakdown Season 3 and reveal who will be playing whom.
As reported by Deadline, former House star Robert Sean Leonard has found his first post-House gig as Roger Kadar, PhD. An obsessive, yet gifted, scientist, Roger has come to be known by the children of New Charleston as “The Rat King” thanks to the vermin he has befriended in his underground home. He runs Charleston’s power grid, making him rather important, if a tad a strange. It will be nice to see Leonard outside of his Dr. James Watson role that he’s been playing for eight years. His time on Falling Skies will only be for five episodes since the actor is looking to get another series regular role, demonstrated by his interest in new pilots.
Also pulling a five-episode arc on Falling Skies is Noah Wyle’s former ER co-star Gloria Reuben. She will reunite with Wyle as an aid to Wyle’s Tom Mason named Marina Periata. She’s your typical hot and smart lady-type, with a hint of political insight. And by a little, I mean a lot. Her experiences could prove quite useful to Tom, though I can only guess as to how. With the addition of the new alien species, it’s possible Marina could help bridge the gap between the resistance and the aliens. But that’s just one idea.