The 'Descendant of the Sun' actress will take on the role of Cha Soo Hyun, while the 'Reply 1988' star will play Kim Jin Hyuk.
The British actress, who plays Arya Stark in the cult series, posts a photo of her white shoes which are covered with fake blood.
The 'Justice League' star plays a troubled reporter with a drinking problem in the series.
Although the schedules are mostly dominated with panels and events for TV shows, fans of movies definitely won't be left disappointed.
This arrives just days after the network released an official statement regarding 'offensive comments' made by other contestants.
It will be kicked off by special video presentation and Q&A of 'Young Justice: Outsiders' and 'Adventure Time'.
Talking about the cast, the British stand-up comedian says, 'This cast combines the best of the new breed of great British comedy talent with some of the wonderful alumni of my previous shows.'
The Portuguese sports ace is said to be shopping the idea to Facebook bosses for their Facebook Watch platform.
The Sansa Stark depicter also said that the final season would feature 'nice, big battle scenes.'
The late comedian filmed the interview in August 2017, shortly before he died of cardiac and peripheral artery diseases.
In addition to the hint of new set, the poster features the return of a key element of the show.
The former 'Mad Men' star has been a vocal supporter of campaigns like the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, which emerged at the end of 2017.
The character breakdown of the upcoming live-action series suggests that Kay Challis will somehow resemble another popular female character in DC Universe
The Wednesday, July 4 episode of the CBS show featured the first Veto competition of the season which would determine the fate of Sam and Steve.
David Furnish said his husband was too busy to appear as a judge on the show, saying, 'He doesn't have time for X Factor judging roles.'
In a short promo for season 6, President Underwood can be seen saying, 'Happy Independence Day... to me.'
'Monarca', produced by the actress' Ventanarosa Productions company, will star Irene Azuela and Juan Manuel Bernal.
The pop star also talks about her latest album 'Liberation' and her upcoming tour that will kick off in September.
It is said that Molly Ephraim and Flynn Morrison will not be joining Tim Allen, Nancy Travis, Amanda Fuller and others on the revived show.
The series will follow the actress as she explores some of the world's most weird and wonderful places.