Here’s your Daily for 8/9/2011.
EW has the new poster for the second half of the season for Doctor Who. Take a look below.
TLC has a new reality series under the working title, Candy Queen, premiering this winter. The new series will follow Jackie Sorkin who runs the L.A. based candy and events company, The Hollywood Candy Girls, as she balances her responsibilities as a wife and mother and plans the expansion of her business.
White Collar’s Tim DeKay will be making his directorial debut on a baseball-themed episode of the show set to air in February 2012.
Devin Kelley, who portrayed Vonda Wysocki on Fox’s The Chicago Code, will appear on Covert Affairs as Auggie’s new girlfriend.
Hannah Murray will take on the role of Gilly, one of the women residing with Old Craster who wants to escape his rule, on HBO’s Game of Thrones
Lost‘s Jeff Fahey and Smallville‘s Justin Hartley have been tapped to guest star in this season’s second episode of Chuck. Fahey will play Karl Sneijder, the president and CEO of diamond giant Natal Jewelers. Although he’s been under CIA scrutiny in the past for alleged criminal activity, nothing has ever stuck. He comes to Chuck and Sarah’s spy shingle Carmichael Industries for help when his innocent little brother, Wesley, is kidnapped. Hartley will play the little brother.
Nick Zano has landed a recurring guest role on 2 Broke Girls. He’ll play a “brilliant street artist” who goes by the name “Jpeg,” and works part time at a neighborhood Williamsburg bar.
CBS has ordered a script for a Bewitched remake. Who thinks this sounds like a good idea?
Jake McDorman has moved up from a guest star to a series regular on NBC’s retooled midseason comedy Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea.
Scott Wolf will appear on the season premiere of NCIS. As the potentially recurring character of FBI Agent Casey Stratton, Wolf “will play an important role in this year’s season opener,” executive producer Gary Glasberg says.
NBC has ordered a script for Frankenstein. The script, described as a modern-day take on the legend of Frankenstein, will be penned by House executive producers Russel Friend and Garrett Lerner for Universal Media Studios and BermanBraun.
Gary Cole will portray a district attorney who has served as Harvey’s mentor on USA’s Suits.