Daily: Terra Nova, Game of Thrones, The Good Wife, and More!

Here’s your daily for 6/23/2011.

Fox has released the promo posters for their new dino-show Terra Nova. I think they look great.

Following a strong Season 4 premiere showing Tuesday night, truTV has ordered a fifth installment of its docu-series Hardcore Pawn.

Lifetime’s Project Runway kicks off its ninth season Thursday, July 28 at 9/8c.

MTV is exploring the possibility of creating a documentary series that revolves around high school dropouts to encourage kids to stay in school.

House’s Lisa Edelstein will appear in multiple episodes in season 3 of The Good Wife. What her role on the show will be has not been announced, but it’s no surprise she found work so quickly after announcing she will not be back for season 8 of House.

The Tudors’ Natalie Dormer will join the cast of Game of Thrones for season 2. Dormer will be playing Margaery Tyrell, who isn’t too happy that Joffrey became king.

Smallville actor Sam Jones III is on his way to jail. Jones received one year in federal prison for conspiring to sell more than 10,000 doses of the prescription painkiller oxycodone. He was known as the Hollywood Connection for the drug.

Torchwood: Miracle Day stars John Barrowman, Eliza Dushku and Eve Myles are lending their voices to their characters on a newly announced interactive app that will be a companion piece to the series. BBC Worldwide and Starz announced Tuesday that the motion comic titled, Torchwood: Web of Lies, will feature interactive game play elements, and clues to the series premiering on Starz on July 8.

Locke & Key, the pilot based off a graphic novel that Fox declined to order to series, will do the unprecedented and hold a screening/panel at this year’s Comic-Con festivities.

HBO is developing Da Brick, a drama series loosely based on the childhood of the infamous Mike Tyson.

Griffin Dunne has joined the cast of Showtime’s upcoming dark comedy House of Lies. Dunne will play a world-famous management consultant who joins the firm.

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