Mad Men: as the new copywriter.
Mad Men fans are familiar with the young, creepy Bob Benson, played by James Wolk, but with Don on a leave, there’s room for another young gun to rise up through the creative ranks at SCDP.
Parks and Recreation: as the Rob Lowe replacement.
Does replacing Rob Lowe on an NBC comedy count as a meaty role? God, we hope so.
House of Cards: as a new editor at Slugline.
Of course a writer at a Washington D.C. political blog would be preppy-scruffy. Just wait until Zoe Barnes--or, even better, Frank Underwood--lays eyes on him.
Boardwalk Empire: as a Prohibition Era hustler.
We can see him with slicked-back hair and a three-piece suit.
New Girl: as the guy who gets between Jess and Nick.
Because you didn’t think that the TV world’s new Jim and Pam would have it easy, did you?
The Newsroom: as a DC correspondent. They’re in need of some new blood, and he could be the new Jim. VEEP: as Selina’s new hire.His brooding sensibility will be the perfect contrast to Selina’s crew of fast-talking smart alecks. Plus, it’s just in time for her Presidential campaign (shh...don’t tell Gary!). Orange Is The New Black: as the new prison guard.OMG, what if he replaced Pornstache?! Downton Abbey prequel: as a young Robert Crawley Not much is known yet about this American spin-off, but this could definitely be the highbrow drama he’s looking for.