Ian Bohen, who starred in Yellowstone’s Ryan, has landed a key DC role away from the Paramount drama.
After securing a key supporting role in the forthcoming season of Superman and Lois, YELLOWSTONE star Ian Bohen has officially joined the DC Universe.
Ian Bohen will return to the screen next month in Paramount’s long-awaited fourth season of Yellowstone. After reprising his role as ranch hand Ryan, he’ll be seen on the CW next year in the highly awaited follow-up to HBO’s Superman and Lois, starring Tyler Hoechlin as Clark Kent.
Yellowstone regular Ian Bohen has joined the cast of Superman and Lois for season two.
He’ll be joining Tyler Hoechlin as the titular Man of Steel in a multi-episode arc as Lt. Mitch Anderson, the ‘new sheriff in town.’
Anderson will be pitted against the Kryptonian hero with the Department of Defense, according to an official description obtained by Deadline.
Bohen and Hoechlin both appeared in MTV’s supernatural drama Teen Wolf, so their on-screen duel will act as a reunion for them.
“[Anderson] divides the world’s residents into two groups: those you serve and those who serve you,” according to Deadline.
“Anderson resents the idea that Superman exists outside of his worldview, and he will try to subjugate the Man of Steel to the Department of Defense.”
The Department of Defense is poised to play a big adversarial role in the second season of the comic book drama, putting Superman’s extraordinary talents to the test once more.
Superhero enthusiasts flocked to see the action-packed series when it premiered earlier this year.
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Tyler Hoechlin made a strong impression as Kal-El, with the help of co-star Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane.
Jordan Elsass as Jonathan Kent, Alexander Garfin as Jordan Kent, Erik Valdez as Kyle Cushing, and Emmanuelle Chriqui as Lana Lang Cushing return from the first season.
The highly anticipated second season will also continue from the unexpected revelation of the first season finale, which reintroduced Tayler Buck as Natalie, the daughter of John Henry Irons (Wolé Parks).
Tyler Hoechlin uploaded a behind-the-scenes video of his reunion with Bohen on the set of season two in Vancouver on Instagram shortly after the news broke.
As he went around the hidden shoot location, he stated, “We’ve got a lot of great stuff planned for this season.”
To unveil, the Superman star swiveled his camera. “Brinkwire News Summary.”