Oliver Hudson has been tapped as a male lead opposite Elodie Yung in Fox’s new drama series The Cleaning Lady.

Hudson is joining as another series standard in a recasting that elaborate a role redevelopment. He will play FBI Agent Garrett Miller, a recently made character that will supplant FBI Special Agent Gavin Ross, the character played in the pilot by Vincent Piazza who has left the project.

The Cleaning Lady, in light of an Argentinian format, stars Yung as Thony, a whip-smart doctor who goes to the U.S. for a medical treatment to save her ailing son. Yet, when the system fails and drives her into hiding, she will not be beaten down and marginalized. Instead, she becomes a cleaning lady for the mob and starts playing the game by her own principles.

Hudson’s Garrett Miller is a strongly competitive, brilliant, and chameleonic FBI specialist on the trail of Thony (Yung) and the mob.

The Cleaning Lady comes from The 100 author Miranda Kwok, Stargirl EP Melissa Carter, who is showrunner, Shay Mitchell’s Amore and Vita Productions, Warner Bros. TV and Fox Entertainment. Michael Offer directed and executive produced the pilot.

Notwithstanding Yung, Hudson joins fellow series regulars Adan Canto, Martha Millan as well as newcomers Sebastien LaSalle and Valentino LaSalle, who share the role of Thony’s son Luca.

Hudson only recently became available after featuring in the 2020-21 CBS comedy pilot The Three Of Us. Prior to that, he played the co-lead opposite Jenna Fischer in the ABC comedy series Splitting Up Together. Hudson, who has podcasts Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson and Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson, is repped by ICM Partners, Management 360 and Ziffren Brittenham.

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