There are some new faces coming to HBO in the coming months, TheWrap has confirmed.
The cable outlet is reinforcing its original programming with a number of new recurring roles.
Most prominently, "Hung," the Thomas Jane dramedy about a well-endowed provider of female comfort is adding two new characters this season.
Stephen Amell, perhaps best known as Nick Harwell on "Heartland" and most recently of the CW's "Vampire Diaries," has signed on to play a new gigolo who blows into town to provide some competition for Jane's Ray Drecker character.
Meanwhile, Leven Rambin, who's done guest stints on "Grey's Anatomy" and "NCIS," is coming on board as the latest object of Drecker's affection.
Also on the HBO casting front, the Steve Buscemi historical drama "Boardwalk Empire" has brought Heather Lind on board for a recurring role this season.
Lind (pictured), who recently finished a Broadway run in "The Merchant of Venice" opposite Al Pacino, will be playing a maid on the series, which picked up two Golden Globe Awards this year.
This story first appeared on Deadline Hollywood.