Tony Winner Davis and Stage Alums Westfeldt and Marshall-Green Set for New ABC Shows

News   Tony Winner Davis and Stage Alums Westfeldt and Marshall-Green Set for New ABC Shows Jennifer Westfeldt, Viola Davis and Logan Marshall-Green will appear in upcoming television shows that have been lined up for ABC's midseason.

Westfeldt, who starred with Donna Murphy in Broadway's recent revival of Wonderful Town, stars in "Notes from the Underbelly" — which is set to premiere on the broadcast network April 11.

Billed as an "ensemble comedy [that] proves that surviving the politics of pregnancy and maintaining your relationships with family and friends can be just as demanding as raising a child," the show also stars Peter Cambor, Michael Weaver, Rachael Harris, Melanie Paxson and Sunkrish Bala. Tony winner Randy Graff will also have a recurring role on this series.

The new half-hour show will air Wednesdays at 9:30 PM (ET). Check your local listings.

Tony Award winner Davis and current King Lear star Marshall-Green will appear in the upcoming series "Traveler." The show debuted May 30 and will also air on Wednesdays in the 10-11 PM slot (ET).

Matthew Bomer, Steven Culp and Aaron Stanford (Where Do We Live, "X-Men 2") also appear in the drama about two friends who are sent out on a prank by another only to find they have become prime suspects in a terrorist bombing and have no way of proving their other friend's existence. Last seen Off-Broadway in Intimate Apparel, Davis won a Tony Award for her turn in August Wilson's King Hedley II. Her other stage credits include Seven Guitars, Everybody's Ruby, As You Like It, House of Lear and God's Heart. She also has appeared in the films "Traffic," "Antwone Fisher," "Far from Heaven" and the television series "Century City."

Marshall-Green recently starred Off-Broadway in Pig Farm and Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. The young actor — who has appeared on TV's "24" and "The O.C." — was also seen in Neil Labute's The Distance From Here and Adam Bock's Swimming in the Shallows as well as William Inge's Bus Stop (at Williamstown Theatre Festival).

For more information visit www.abc.com.