Fernanda Andrade to Star in Fox Drama Pilot “neXt”

Fernanda Andrade’s got next!

The 34-year-old Brazilian actress/model has been cast in the Fox drama pilot “neXt,” according to Variety.

Fernanda Andrade

She joins previously announced cast member Eve Harlow.

neXt is described as a fact-based thriller grounded in the latest A.I. research. It features a brilliant but paranoid former tech CEO who joins a Homeland Cybersecurity Agent and her team to stop the world’s first artificial intelligence crisis: the emergence of a rogue A.I. with the ability to continuously improve itself.

Andrade will play Shea, an FBIagent with the cybercrime division. Shea has overcome a troubled, sometimes violent past in her home country to become the youngest agent to run her own cyber division. 

Andrade recently appeared in The FirstNCIS: Los Angelesand Here and Now. She’ll also appear in Season 2 of Narcos: Mexicoon Netflix

Her other television credits include Sons of AnarchyScorpionand Kingdom.

Manny Coto, who previously worked on Fox shows like 24 and 24: Legacy, will write and executive produce neXtTwentieth Century Fox Televisionwill produce.

Andrade to Star in ABC’s Pilot “Marvel’s Most Wanted”

Fernanda Andrade has landed a Marvelous project…

The 32-year-old Brazilian actress has joined the cast of ABC’s pilot Marvel’s Most Wanted, the upcoming television pilot based on the character of Bobbi Morse.

Fernanda Andrade

Andrade will portray Christina Santos, the tough-as-nails niece of Dominic Fortune (Delroy Lindo). Fortune and Santos work side-by-side appearing to help Barbara “Bobbi” Morse, aka Mockingbird (Adrianne Palicki), and Lance Hunter (Nick Blood) while also pursuing their own agenda.

Marvel’s Most Wanted originated as an Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff revolving around Palicki and Blood‘s characters.

It was created and written by S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Jeffrey Bell and Paul Zbyszewski, who executive produce with Jeph Loeb for Marvel Television and ABC Studios.

Andrade’s previous credits include the surprise hit film The Devil Inside and For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story.

Pascal to Appear on ABC’s “Red Widow”…

Pedro Pascal has landed a widow role on a highly anticipated midseason drama series…

The Latino actor has signed on for a recurring role on the midseason ABC drama Red Widow, which stars Clifton Collins Jr. as a series regular.

Pedro Pascal

The new series stars Radha Mitchell as a housewife who takes on the mob and the FBI after her mobster husband is killer.

Pascal will play Joe Crumb, a long-haired, tattooed artist who is deeply in love with Kat Lazarev (Jaime Ray Newman), but his joy in marrying her is tempered by his reservations about her Russian mob family.

Pascal’s previous credits include guest-starring roles in NYPD Blue, Nurse Jackie and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, as well as recurring roles on Brothers & Sisters, The Good Wife and Lights Out.

But Pascal and Collins aren’t the only Hispanic actors set to appear on Red Widow

Fernanda Andrade has also signed on for a recurring role on the midseason ABC drama series. The 28-year-old Brazilian actress, who starred in the surprise hit thriller The Devil Inside, will play Eva Ramos, a former agent who becomes a drug addict.

Andrade’s “The Devil Inside” Debuts at No. 1

The future’s so bright for Fernanda Andrade and her movie career…

This weekend, the 27-year-old Brazilian actress scored her first No. 1 film…in her first feature film.


Andrade—who has appeared in several television programs like The Glades, Sons of Anarchy and The Mentaliststars in The Devil Inside, which celebrated a record-breaking opening weekend at the box office this past weekend.

The thriller, made for only $1 million, racked up $34.5 million in ticket sales, making it the biggest opening of all-time during early January, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Fernanda Andrade Devil Inside

In the horror film, based on a true story, Andrade stars as Isabella Rossi, an Italian woman seeking the truth about her mother Maria, who killed three church members during her own exorcism. When Maria was transferred to a facility in Rome from the United States, Isabella began to question whether or not a supernatural force possessed her mother. In the process, she winds up encountering several exorcisms.

And if you haven’t seen The Devil Inside yet, Andrade highly recommends it, especially if you like horror movies.

“I think it will scare your socks off,” says Andrade, who was born in Sao Paolo, Brazil. “And I think it’s just a new, fresh take on it, uncomfortably so. It’s a new, fresh look at exorcisms.”

The Devil Inside is in theaters now.