The new series is a six-episode drama about 'the invention of modern soccer how those involved in its creation reached across the class divide to establish the game as the world's most popular sport.'
The two idols will be joining Yoon Si Yoon and members of veteran boy group Shinhwa, Eric, Minwoo and Andy, on the SBS reality show.
Elwes is tapped to play classic '80s politician Mayor Kline, while Busey is cast as the Hawkins Post journalist named Bruce.
Meanwhile, veteran shows such as 'Criminal Minds' and 'Scorpion' are among those who find themselves in limbo.
The couple and David Weintraub will produce the TV special, which is set to debut around the time Princess Love is due to go into labor.
The Carrie Mathison depicter reveals the news during her recent appearance on Howard Stern's Sirius XM show.
The network gives the planned adaptation of William Gibson's 2014 sci-fi novel a script-to-series order, meaning that it will be picked straight to series once the script is well received.
The 'Bad Boys II' star will develop broadcast, cable, and digital projects for the company under her production company I'll Have Another.
The fight against DeVoe costs Team Flash two of their key members, prompting fans to criticize the development of the story.
The series will chronicle the Rothschild family's rise from poverty to become the richest and most powerful dynasty in the world during the 19th century.
The Dolores Abernathy depicter on the sci-fi series reveals in a new interview that she's 'just now to the point where I'm getting paid the same as my male co-stars.'
The docu-series will feature in-depth interviews and hours of never-before-seen footage, leaked documents, emails and recordings.
'I had to kill Antonio Banderas in order to start constructing, building somebody new,' the actor says of his approach to playing the real-life artist.
Something appears to make Katy laugh her head off so that she shakes her entire body, before she exclaims, 'Oh my god I split my pants.'
The 'Star Wars' actor and the 'American Horror Story' actress have booked guest spots in the CBS sitcom's season finale which will feature Sheldon and Amy's wedding.
The TV Special, which was filmed at RTE's Radio Studios on April 16, is scheduled to air in Ireland in May.
Among the cast members for the upcoming season 26 of the dancing competition series are Olympian figure skater Adam Rippon, former skater Tonya Harding, Olympian Luger Chris Mazdzer and former softball pitcher Jennie Finch Daigle.
The new series will follow Tim Meadows's Principal Glascott, AJ Michalka's Lainey Lewis and Bryan Callen's Coach Mellor who 'despite their eccentricities and crazy personal lives, are heroes to their students.'
The 'Vampire Diaries' alum will play Dr. Luther Swann on a TV adaptation of novel 'V-Wars' and direct one or two episodes.
Talking about the characters' brief appearance on 'Fear the Walking Dead', new showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberd say in a new interview that they are both 'thrilled' and excited.