Dave Navarro-hosted "Ink Master" has averaged 1.8 million total viewers in its second season
Stevie Wonder says “I too have watched some of your movies,” as he jams with Eddie Murphy.
Suit claims that Spike TV's "American Digger" gives metal detecting a bad name
The hairy mythical forest beast Bigfoot could lead to big money in new reality TV endeavor
After setting a streaming record last year, Spike TV will blast E3 content across multiple Viacom channels and its website
While Spike airs all-access coverage on its network and website, Yahoo will host the video on its main page
Spike's "Hire A Veteran" spots will feature Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, George Lucas and Bradley Cooper urging companies to hire veterans
The Viacom alum returns to the company after eight years at the Disney-owned ABC Family
Reality offering will follow a diving crew on the Skeleton Coast
Oscar winner reaches back to his bleached-blond movie roots to revisit a classic line
Mila Kunis, Cameron Diaz and Mark Wahlberg will be on hand to fete the year's most manly achievements
"World's Worst Tenants" follows a professional evictor; "Pawn Games" takes "Repo Games" behind dusty security doors
Spike TV's newest offering will let people win their own cars back, after undergoing a humiliating trivia round
New unit will adapt Comedy Central and Spike programming into game titles; initial releases will to include games based on "Ugly Americans" and "Deadliest Warrior"
MTV's new executive will be charged with producing comedy awards show
Ty Duffy promoted to senior vice president, original programming
Jake Sully shows off his barroom brawl skills.
Spike TV gains premiere rights to biggest-grossing titles
The actress will play the ex-wife of Ed Marinaro's Coach Marty Daniels
Spike TV picks up two new cast members for its college football comedy
Join a big list of celebrities scheduled to attend the awards show to be televised June 20
Science traces "Creating Synthetic Life," Animal Planet profiles "Monsters Inside Me" and VH1 programs "Bridal Bootcamp" and "You're Cut Off!"
Executive also will oversee animation for the cable network
New possibilities include series designed to be companions to existing shows
"FlashForward" regular Christine Woods has been cast in NBC's pilot "Perfect Couples"
Reality competition gets a fifth season. A Smith & Co. back as producers
But if pretending it is gets some attention, then, cool: We'll play along
Griffin will oversee scheduling, media planning, and acquisitions
Football comedy from the producer of 'Varsity Blues' and the studio behind 'Mad Men' will bow in January.
TheWrap's guide to the shows that have made for a sport-y summer of TV.