Phylicia Rashad is among four new cast members who have been added to Season 3 of HBO‘s The Gilded Age.

Rashad and Jordan Donica have been added in recurring roles, with Brian Stokes Mitchell and Victoria Clark added in guest star roles.

Here’s the official description for Season 3 of the show:

The American Gilded Age was a period of immense economic and social change, when huge fortunes were made and lost overnight. With the old guard officially deposed, New York society finds itself turned upside down, and all must get their house in order. But even those at the helm of this new era may find that change comes at a cost. 

Rashard will play Mrs. Elizabeth Kirkland, A woman from a prominent family in Newport with ties dating back to the American Revolution, she has high standards (and an occasionally sharp tongue). She is unwilling to compromise the standards and expectations of her elite and exclusive social group – particularly when it comes to her son.”

Donica is Dr. William Kirkland, “a kind, handsome, doctor from the prominent Kirkland family, he isn’t as narrow minded as the older members of his elite social circle. He was inspired to help others by becoming a doctor after visiting Arthur Scott’s (John Douglas Thompson) pharmacy as a boy.”

Mitchell will play Frederick Kirkland, “the patriarch of the Kirkland family, husband to Eilzabeth Kirkland (Phylicia Rashad), and father of Dr. William Kirkland (Jordan Donica). He is the pastor of a prominent Black church and a leader in the Newport community.”

And Clark will be Joan Carlton, “a kind, genial woman from the old money side of New York high society. Sincere and supportive of her son, she is surprised to find herself in a complicated and insulting situation.”

Created, written and executive produced by Julian Fellowes, Salli Richardson-Whitfield is also among the directors and EPs on the show.

The Gilded Age is a co-production between HBO and Universal Television.