Watch out, ABC. Fox is going diving with the stars too.
The network will premiere Stars in Danger: The High Dive next month, a two-hour special featuring eight celebrities learning Olympic-style dives, both solo and synchronized.
Cheryl Moana Marie and Antonio Sabato Jr.
Antonio Sabato Jr. and girlfriend Cheryl Moana Marie welcomed their first child together on Sunday, People reports.
Antonio Kamakanaalohamaikalani Harvey Sabato III was born at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Sunday. The newborn's first middle name is...
Antonio Sabato Jr.
So what if the Bones powers that be couldn't get The Situation from MTV's Jersey Shore to cameo in their upcoming Jersey-themed installment. Big whoop. In my opinion, they've landed someone even hotter.
Antonio Sabato, Jr. has just been cast as a guido bouncer at...
Danica Patrick is a killer competitor on the race track, but on Wednesday's CSI: NY, she might be just a killer.
Check out behind-the-scenes photos from Patrick's episode
Patrick plays Liza Gray, a Grand Prix racer who becomes the No. 1 suspect after an explosion kills a rival driver (played by guest star Antonio Sabato Jr.). Trying to clear her name, she helps Mac (Gary Sinise) and the rest of the team piece the case together...
IndyCar driver Danica Patrick will make her acting debut on CSI: NY next week.
The role won't be a stretch for the 27-year-old: She plays a rival of a ...
Antonio Sabato Jr. by Gregg DeGuire/ WireImage.com
Now that their obligations to Flava Flav are over, VH1 is ready to settle down with another matchmaking reality show — this time starring a far hunkier bachelor in soap star Antonio Sabato Jr.According to Variety, the as-yet-untitled series will chronicle Sabato's quest to snag the perfect woman because, at 36, the former General Hospital star feels his internal marital clock ticking.Sabato, who has a 12-year-old son, Jack, with Virginia Madsen and a 6-year-old daughter, Mina, with ex Kristin Rossetti, will produce the series with Ish Entertertainment, the same company behind Paris Hilton's upcoming reality show, Paris Hilton's New BFF.Shooting will take place later this year. — Joyce Eng
I know we just talked to him about Celebrity Circus (which he has since won) and a bit of his return to General Hospital by way of SOAPnet's Night Shift. But here's even more from Antonio Sabato Jr. discussing Jagger's upcoming visit to Port Charles. Might the FBI agent get embroiled in mystery with the also-returning Robert Scorpio? Plus (of course) more Brenda/Vanessa Marcil talk! — Matt Mitovich
Antonio Sabato Jr. by Joel Warren/SoapNet
In Part 1 of this Q&A, Antonio Sabato Jr. talks of cheating death on Celebrity Circus. Meanwhile, on Season 2 of SOAPnet's General Hospital: Night Shift (arriving July 22), he will breathe new life into onetime rebel-without-a-cause "Jagger" Cates, whom he last played (on GH) in 1995. Sabato surveys what's ahead for the hood-gone-good. Matt Mitovich TVGuide.com: Had ABC tried previously to get you back to GH proper?Antonio Sabato Jr.: There was some talk, but I didnt really know about it. There were rumors, through the fan clubs and places, about Jagger coming back. And then it came to be this year. [GH casting director] Mark Teschner, who's a good friend of mine, called me up and said, "We'd love Jagger to come back, on Night Shift. You're the only one who has ever played him, and no one else can play him." Thats how it went. And then we had an issue [with Celebrity Circus], where I would lose a day of training. But I said, "I have to make both happen. They ...
Antonio Sabato Jr. on Celebrity Circus
Antonio Sabato Jr. has quite the juggling act going on these days, balancing his derring-do as a Celebrity Circus performer (Wednesdays at 10 pm/ET, on NBC) with his return to Port Charles by way of SOAPnet's General Hospital: Night Shift. Sabato shared with us a look inside the two gigs, one utterly foreign and frightful, the other familiar and fun.
TVGuide.com: Obviously there are a lot of reasons why to do Celebrity Circus, and reasons why not. How did you arrive at your own decision to give it a shot? &nb
Sabato and TV Guide's Carita get into the swing of things.
Warning: Joining NBC's Celebrity Circus could be hazardous to your health. "On [other shows], they can break a nail," executive producer Matt Kunitz tells me. "On our show, you can break a bone." No kidding. So far, Christopher "My Fair Brady" Knight has cracked his arm while training for the six-episode series, supermodel Rachel Hunter has injured her neck, actress Stacey Dash (Clueless) has nearly broken two ribs, and singer Blu Cantrell is so bruised she has to cover up to avoid really awkward conversations. Suddenly, volunteering to join this show does not sound like a smart move. "Don't worry. It's crazy safe," I'm told.