'Scorpion' Season 2: Phoebe to meet a possible new love interest; 'Adaptation' episode airs February 22nd
Feb 19, 2016 09:04 AM EST
"Friday Night Lights" star Scott Porter and "Saturday Night Live" alum Horatio Sanz have been cast in "Scorpion" Season 2 to play significant roles in upcoming episodes. Porter will portray Agent Cabe's newest member and Paige's potential love interest while Sanz will play as an underdog attorney. Also, CBS has released the official plot description for episode 17 'Adaptation'.
"Friday Night Lights" veteran actor Scott Porter joins the cast of "Scorpion" Season 2 to play a recurring role. TV Line reports that the 36-year-old American actor and occasional singer has been cast to recur the character of Agent Cabe Gallo's (Robert Patrick), newest trainee at the Homeland Security, Tim Armstrong. He also happens to be a former prom king and football captain.
Porter's character will be introduced as an injured Navy SEAL who will work closely with Team Scorpion and become a possible new love interest for Paige Dineen played by Katharine McPhee. Unfortunately, it is still unclear about when Tim will debut on the show.
In addition, the CBS drama series also recruited "Saturday Night Live" alum Horatio Sanz. According to Carter Matt, the 46-year-old Chilean-born American actor and comedian is set to play the recurring role of Heywood Morris, an underdog attorney with a kind heart,
As for the official plot synopsis of episode 17, Hollywood Hills notes, "While Team Scorpion works to stop an influx of drugs being smuggled into the country via drones, Walter O'Brien (Elyes Gabel) will end up giving Happy Quinn (Jadyn Wong) and Toby Curtis (Eddie Kaye Thomas) an ultimatum on their new relationship."
"Scorpion" Season 2 Episode 17 is entitled as "Adaptation". The forthcoming episode is slated to premiere on Monday, February 22, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. exclusively on CBS.
"Scorpion" is an American police procedural drama TV series developed by Nick Santora. The storyline is based on the life of a computer expert, Walter O'Brien.