Happy Endings' writing team confirmed the arrival of Wolk for a multi-episode arc on their Twitter feed and promised more "casting bombs" in the coming days.
According to TV Line, Wolk will play a love interest and former boyfriend of Max (Adam Pally).
Earlier this month, Veronica Mars star Ryan Hansen was confirmed to play a
romantic admirer for Penny (Casey Wilson).
Happy Endings was picked up for a 22-episode sophomore season run at the start of the month after racking up its strongest ever ratings.
Happy Endings airs on Wednesdays at 9.30/8.30c on ABC. The first season is currently airing on E4 in the UK.
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