The “Mad Men” star has joined Crowe’s Showtime pilot, which also stars Luke Wilson and Imogen Poots.
The series will focus on mid-level employees caught in the dangerous world of corporate espionage.
The cable channel teases the 2016 return of the show, which will consist of nine new episodes by creators David Lynch and Mark Frost.
Cameron Crowe’s Showtime pilot will focus on the workers behind the scenes of a big rock ‘n’ roll tour.
The first two installments have been made available for free in an attempt to increase interest in the show’s second season.
The Secret Lives of Twin Peaks will catch fans up on the characters before the drama returns next year on Showtime.
As Showtime’s hit horror show hits Blu-Ray, the former stage Spider-Man reflects on playing the never-aging sensualist.
Mark Frost says Netflix never entered the picture for the nine-episode revival of the cult classic.
Creator John Logan and the cast of Penny Dreadful revealed their plans for the second season of Showtime’s hit horror series.