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Frequency casts Rob Mayes as Raimy's love interest

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When Frequency premieres, viewers will be introduced to the father-daughter duo of Raimy and Frank Sullivan. One night, Raimy, a NYC detective, discovers that her father’s old ham radio still works. Specifically, it allows her to talk to him. The twist? She’s in 2016 and he’s in 1996. Also, in her timeline, he’s dead.

But when Raimy starts messing with the timeline, everything in her life is turned upside down, including her love life. Enter Rob Mayes. EW can exclusively reveal the Mistresses‘ actor will recur as Detective Kyle Mosbey, who’s described as a “charmingly cocky detective and Raimy’s equal and surprise love interest. Kyle challenges Raimy’s idea of the perfect guy for her. He understands that life on the job can leave little room for a conventional relationship, but neither can deny their connection.”

Frequency premieres Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.

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