Fox is getting ready for the New Year with its premiere of their new police procedural “Deputy.” Before the show premieres, let’s get to know this talented cast.

The new crime drama is a modern take on the Western following Deputy Bill Hollister (Stephen Dorff) who takes over as LA County Sheriff after his predecessor dies of a heart attack. According to the synopsis, Hollister is “the most unlikely man into the job: a fifth-generation lawman, more comfortable taking down bad guys than navigating a sea of politics.” As the sheriff, Hollister also leads a team that is just as complicated as he is but still gets justice served.

Stephen Dorff (Hollister)

The actor is known for his work in the Marvel film “Blade” with Wesley Snipes and Sophia Coppola’s fourth directorial feature “Somewhere.” Dorff worked with Fox previously for the second season of “Star” as a series regular. He has also starred alongside Mahershala Ali in the third season of HBO’s crime anthology series “True Detective.” His earlier works include “The Power Of One,” “S.F.W.,” and “Space Truckers.”

Yara Martinez (Dr. Paula Reyes)

Martinez may be best known for her role as Dr. Luisa Alver in The CW hit series “Jane the Virgin.” She most recently was on the Amazon Prime original show “The Tick” in the series regular role as the villainous Ms. Lint for two seasons. Just like Dorff, she has also been a part of “True Detective,” but her role was solely in season two of the anthology series. She has also been on shows like “Southland,” “Alpha House,” and the soap opera “Hollywood Heights.” 

Brian Van Holt (Cade Walker)

Holt is widely known for his portrayal as Bobby Cobb in the comedy series “Cougar Town.” In movies, the actor has appeared in the war film “Black Hawk Down” as well as the slasher flick “House of Wax.” The actor’s previous roles on television include the sitcom “Love & Money” as well as the drama series “John from Cincinnati.”

Siena Goines (Rachel Delgado)

Goines had her start in the soap opera world with her regular role in “The Young and the Restless” before moving to primetime in the crime procedural “Judging Amy.” The actress’ other credits include recurring roles on “Passions,” “Chase,” and “Jericho.” The actress is currently working on the comedy series “Casting The Net.”

Bex Taylor-Klaus (Breanna Bishop)

Klaus rose to promise in a starring role as Bullet in the first season of “The Killing.” They ended up getting more fame in network television in the role of Sin in the superhero drama series “Arrow.” Since then, they have appeared in shows like “Scream” and “House of Lies.” They been recently seen in the recurring role of Casey in the third season of “13 Reasons Why.” Klaus also worked as a voice actor in the role of Pidge in the Netflix animated remake of “Voltron: Legendary Defender.” Klaus’ film credits include the horror films “The Last Witch Hunter” and “Hell Fest.”

Mark Moses (Jerry London)

Viewers may know this actor from the ABC series “Desperate Housewives” as Paul Young. Moses has also been on the critically acclaimed period drama “Mad Men” portraying Herman “Duck” Phillips in a recurring role for several seasons. Moses has also been a part of the TNT series “The Last Ship” as President Jeffery Michener. In movies, Moses has been on several of Oliver Stone’s films, including “Platoon,” and “Born on the Fourth of July.” Besides television and film, the actor has done theater in the 2006 Off-Broadway play “Burleigh Grimes.”

“Deputy”  premieres on Jan. 2 on Fox.

Deputy Fox TV show From left: Yara Martinez, Shane Paul McGhie, Brian Van Holt, Stephen Dorff, Danielle Mone Truitt, Bex Taylor-Klaus and Mark Moses in "Deputy." Photo: Miller Mobley/Fox