MTV is bringing back Punk'd, the network announced Monday.
TruTV is going undercover and behind the scenes of some of the country's craziest professions for its newest crop of projects.
Among the cable channel's new series are Limo Bob, which examines life in Chicago through the eyes of the owner of one of the city's biggest limo fleets. Ma's Roadhouse will profile...
When Beauty and the Geek first debuted on the WB (remember the WB?) in 2005, many assumed it would either be a bad dating show or a cruel prank. Happily, it was neither. Exec producers Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg managed to make it a sweet, good-natured "social experiment" in which two opposite groups helped each other become more well-rounded and understand each others' worlds. Any friendships and romances were just the surprising side effect. Well, something different must have been in the air when they were filming the third go-round (premiering tonight at 8 pm/ET, on the CW), because when we caught Goldberg between his myriad projects, he told TVGuide.com that this year's beauty-geek connections shocked even him.
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