Exclusive First Look: Necessary Roughness Gets Rocked by Smash Alum Will Chase

Jan 28 2013, 5:30pm CST | by

Exclusive First Look: Necessary Roughness Gets Rocked by Smash Alum Will Chase
Photo Credit: TV Line
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Smash castoff and Broadway star Will Chase is bringing his musical prowess to Necessary Roughness this Wednesday (USA Network, 10/9c), and we have your exclusive first look at his rockin’ debut.

As TVLine first reported last year, Chase and Josh Hamilton (The Bourne Identity, Third Watch) will guest-star on the drama as ex-bandmates who seek Dr. Dani’s help before embarking on a reunion tour.

RELATED | Necessary Roughness Renewed for Season 3

Press PLAY below to watch the two get to the root of their issues, then hit the comments!


Source: TV Line

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