"Homeland" has added Martin Donovan and Shaun Toub for Season 3, The Huffington Post has confirmed.
Donovan will play Bennett, a partner at a DC law firm. Toub will play Majid Javadi, a Middle Eastern intelligence officer. The Hollywood Reporter first reported the casting news.
Donovan's recent TV credits include "Boss" and "King & Maxwell." Toub has appeared on "Lost," "Chuck" and "NCIS."
"Homeland" stars Claire Danes, Damian Lewis, Morena Baccarin and Mandy Patinkin will all return for the third season on Showtime. Diego Klattenhoff, who was a series regular during Season 2, may recur.
The cast of "Homeland" Season 3 will also include Joanna Merlin, Nazanin Boniadi, Amy Morton, Lawrence Clayton and Tracy Letts.
"Homeland" executive producer Alex Gansa revealed some details about the new season in a May interview on ABC's "This Week." "The issue in this season is, what happens if it were learned that a major attack on the United States was sponsored by a state? These are the big concerns that we're going to deal with in the first sweep of episodes," Gansa said. "And then there's the big question about, you know, where Brody is?"
"Homeland" Season 3 premieres Sunday, Sept. 29 at 9 p.m.