Below is the tweet where he announced it!
— Daniel Sharman (@daniel_sharman) May 6, 2015
Less than a month after being killed off of The CW’s The Originals, Daniel Sharman has booked his next major TV gig.
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Sharman has been cast in the CBS medical drama pilot LFE, our sister site Deadline reports, which follows a group of second-year residents at a top New York City hospital who struggle to keep their god complexes in check. Sharman will play a good-hearted surgical resident named Joe.
The English actor joined the cast of The Originals at the top of its sophomore season, playing the role of vampire-turned-witch Kol Mikaelson; a nasty spell cut his (second) life short in the CW drama’s Feb. 16 episode.
In addition to The Originals, Sharman has recurred in MTV’s Teen Wolf and ABC Family’s The Nine Lives of Chloe King.
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ETonline: That closing shot — which paired off Lydia and Aiden and Danny and Ethan — also implied Isaac and Allison would be getting more serious next year.
Davis: They’re going to be feeling it out for a few episodes. They won’t rush into anything; we have some funny scenes in the first few episodes… before we bring you into the dark. What I loved about this ending is that in high school, you do have different kinds of relationships. You break up, you get back together, you date other people — but the constant is your friends, and Scott will always have Stiles, so I liked that we got to have that moment in the end. Yes, Scott is single, but he’s still got his friends and the people he loves are still in his life, it’s just in a different way now.
ETonline: I can’t imagine Isaac living with Scott while dating his ex is particularly comfortable…
Davis: It’s going to be impossible, and it’s addressed right in the first episode through some funny scenes.
LynZ_Ann: Allison/Isaac, do we see more of their relationship, romantically?
Ain’t nobody got time for a burgeoning romance when lives are on the line and epic wolf battles are to be fought, come on now! But there is a small moment in Monday’s finale that definitely sets the stage for these two to get together in season 3B. In fact, Isaac is smiling and laughing. One person who witnesses said moment? Scott. Sound the love triangle alarm!
Grimes_Gurl: Please tell me Isaac will be ok!?
Will be ever really be OK? But yes, he makes it out of the hour alive. And gets to snack on some Icebreakers along the way!
Shipping: The act of wanting two characters to enter a romantic relationship.
Most TV fans know all about shipping, perhaps none more so than Teen Wolf fans who basically ship any two people who have ever shared screen time on the MTV hit series. But someone who had no idea what shipping was until they chatted with E! News at Comic-Con in San Diego? Teen Wolf’s Crystal Reed! “I don’t tweet that much and everyone was like, ‘Who do you ship?’ And I’m like, ‘I don’t know what that mans,'” Reed revealed to us. “So that means who do you want to be together? OK!”
Funny coming from a girl about to enter a fictional love triangle, no? We chatted with Reed and her co-stars Tyler Posey and Daniel Sharman about what’s coming up for Allison, Scott and Isaac in the remainder of Teen Wolf’s third season. Hint: Angst!
While Allison and Isaac have shared a number of moments in season three, Reed hinted that it may be a one-sided kind of relationship…at least for now.
“I think we’re going to maybe be Isaac wanting a relationship and Allison being standoffish,” she teased. “What’s interesting is I think they both may be attracted to each other, but neither of them will admit it, which will be a fun comedic element I’m excited for.”
Of course, Isaac pursuing Allison is a bit of a problem considering he’s WWFF (Werewolf Friends Forever, Duh!) with Scott, Allison’s ex-boyfriend/first great love. Oh, and he’s currently living at Scott’s house because he has nowhere else to go.
“I think he’s intrigued by Allison,” Sharman explained of Isaac’s attraction to his friend/roommate’s ex. “I think there’s something [about her] he really admires and he finds her hot. He’s going through adolescence and that stuff, so there’s something he might do, but there might be somebody else!”
But should fans, especially McLahey lovers (Scott McCall + Isaac Lahey = McLahey), be worried about the boys coming to blows over Allison?
“It’s a pillow fight, but my pillow’s filled with bricks,” Posey joked of a potential roommate fight. So his face will get torn apart.” Ruh-roh!
Will we see the return of Isaac’s scarf?
I love the brolationship between Derek and Isaac. Will we see more of that this season?
Yes. But it may not be all good.
Jeff, you’re not gonna kill Isaac, are you? Seriously, you can’t.
I’ve never killed anyone. But the story…
It’s not really a question, but I need Daniel Sharman as a regular, and also I need him on Twitter. Thanks Teen Wolf for ruining my life, I appreciate it :)
I would love Daniel Sharman as a regular. Not up to me unfortunately.
3. Isaac’s scarf has become an accidental hit.
For some reason or another, Isaac’s scarf is now a running joke with the cast and superfans on social media. That ended up in a scene completely on accident – Daniel Sharman was cold while filming a scene and grabbed his scarf without thinking anything of it. But now, after the episode aired, it became a highlighted fashion choice in the blogs.