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The Catch


It's time to meet ShondaLand's latest attraction The Catch, the sexy new cat-and-mouse caper starring The Killing's Mireille Enos like you've never seen her before: smiling.

Enos is ditching the rain and outdated cell phone for a chic blowout and an even chicer wardrobe in ABC's new addition to the TGIT line-up, which will take over How To Get Away With Murder's 10 p.m. time-slot on Thursday, March 24. And judging from the exclusive cast photo E! News is sharing with you above, it's easy to see why The Catch will fit right in with Scandal and Grey's Anatomy

While the drama (which reminded us of classic films like Charade and How to Steal a Million) centers on the emotional and professional fallout for Alice (Enos), a top-notch P.I. who hunts down criminals and cons for a living, after her fiancée (Peter Krause) ends up taking her for everything she has, The Catch is very much an ensemble, with Scandal writer Allan Heinberg serving as showrunner.

Sporting a sleek black dress, Enos is front and center as the gutsy Alice, who has assembled an elite crew to work for her. (Sound familiar? And no, they don't call themselves gladiators.) Her surrounding team members, from left-to-right, are Sophia (Elvy Yost), the newest team member with a legal background; Danny (Jay Hayden), the mischievous one who isn't afraid to break a law or two, and Valerie (Rose Rollins), Alice's BFF and business partner. (Heads up, Alice and Valerie's friendship is one of the series' biggest strengths. Dare we say your new Meredith and Cristina?!)

Also included in the cast photo? Peter Krause as Christopher/Benjamin/who knows what his real name is, Alice's con-man love interest (Prepare to fall in love with the Parenthood star ALL over again, people), Lost's Sonya Walger as Margot, his icy partner-in-con, and Alimi Ballard as Reginald, the third member of their team. Plus, Jackie Ido stars as an FBI agent who wants Alice's help in taking Christopher and his co-horts down.

Let the games begin. 

The Catch premieres Thursday, March 24 at 10 p.m. on ABC.