Spike TV has ordered a fifth season of "Auction Hunters," its longest-running non-scripted original series. The new season of 20 episodes will start production this summer and debut this fall. Stars…
Latin American buyers have acquired a taste for shows fronted by British chef Jamie Oliver.
Production in Los Angeles has heated up during the fall, with seven straight weeks of increased activity capped by one of the highest totals of the year.
The Governors Ball started right when the show ended, but non-stop interviews delayed Meryl Streep's arrival until 10:15 p.m. She was greeted at the door by Wolfgang Puck, who posed for photos then…
Travel Channel has picked up eight new unscripted series for 2012 and renewed six, including "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations," which will return for its eighth season, and "Ghost Adventures" (its…
Spike has renewed "Bar Rescue" for a second season, following the company's new, all-unscripted trajectory (Daily Variety, Aug. 30). Net has placed another 10-seg order for the nightspot renovation…
"Blue Mountain State" might be the last scripted show on Spike TV for years to come.
Spike TV has picked up four new tough-guy-centric unscripted series, including "American Digger," a 13-episode order from "Auction Hunters" shingle Gurney Productions.
Spike has renewed reality series "Auction Hunters" for a third season of 26 episodes, including a live seg set for early 2012.
Spike TV is beginning production on a handful of new reality pilots, including projects from Ben Silverman and "Jersey Shore" producer SallyAnn Salsano.
Autograph-hunter alert! The Swann Galleries' Oct. 23 auction in Gotham centers on autographs, and the catalog lists signed items from such notables as Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Napoleon…
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