Big Easy Justice
Spike TV has ordered four new unscripted series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"These shows all share one thing in common: at the heart of each of them is a dynamic personality in a high-stakes, reward vocation," Spike executive Sharon Levy said.
Mark Harmon and Diane Neal
Diane Neal realized just how avid NCIS fans are soon after her initial appearance on the show.
"After I did that first episode, I'd be walking down the street and people would [say], 'What's going on with Tiva?' and I was like, 'Why is everyone talking about a pair of sandals?'" she says. Neal soon learned that "Tiva" is the shipper name for fans who want to see a Tony DiNozzo-Ziva David coupling.
Tyler Blackburn, Ashley Benson
Ashley Benson and her Pretty Little Liars character Hanna have one major thing in common: their taste in guys.
"Caleb is definitely my type," she said when asked which of the PLL guys her high school self would want to date. "I like the grungy-looking guys and I love Johnny Depp, and he looks like Johnny Depp."
Viewers tuning into the Bachelor Pad premiere might've been expecting a Jake and Vienna showdown, but instead the one-time Bachelor gave his ex-fiance the immunity rose. Host Chris Harrison calls the decision the stupidest thing Jake could've ever done. Harrison shares his insight into the move that shook the house up and why Vienna's boyfriend Kasey will prove to be the strongest player this season. Plus: Why does Harrison think Justin "Rated R" would've done well in the game had he not been cut Week 1?
Being married to an FBI agent, you're bound to pick up a thing or two; for White Collar's Elizabeth, that's especially true.
"She actually cracks a case on her own," Tiffani Thiessen tells TVGuide.com. "I think after being married for over 10 years to her FBI agent/husband [Peter] she gets pretty smart at it."
China Anne McClain, Kim, Sakoiya, Mitchel Musso
China Anne McClain's biggest fan is in for a big surprise on an upcoming episode of Disney Channel's PrankStars.
In the episode, McClain competes against 14-year-old Sakoiya for the chance to become a television game-show host. But the pressure is on when the show's producer appears to favor the A.N.T. Farm star. In this first-look photo, McClain and Sakoiya may look like they're jumping for joy, but it's not until the joke is revealed that the group can laugh about it.