Sopranos star Steve Schirripa is reuniting with some of his former cast mates for the Nickelodeon movie Nicky Deuce.
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Based on the children's book of the same name that Schirripa co-wrote with Charles Fleming, Nicky Deuce is about an overprotected teen (iCarly's Noah Munck) who ends up spending the summer in Brooklyn with the uncle (Schirripa) he never knew he had. Viewers can expect fun cameos from Sopranos alums James Gandolfini, Michael Imperioli, Vincent Curatola and Tony Sirico.
Steve Schirripa knows a thing or two about extracting an eye for an eye, having played Bobby Baccalieri on The Sopranos. Now he's the host of Karma's a B*tch! — a new series for Investigation Discovery that looks at tales of revenge.
Karma's a B*tch! will chronicle real stories of scorned spouses and upset exes who devised plots in order to get back at someone who did them wrong. The show premieres Thursday, May 2, at 10/9c. The network will air an initial order of six episodes.
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Cheers to Conan for getting big laughs out of tiny furniture.
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TBS' lanky goofball recently introduced a miniature version of his late-night set as part of the wildly popular "Puppy Conan" segment. He vowed to host an entire hour from the mini-desk and couch, and last night he delivered on his promise with the deliriously surreal episode "Honey, I Shrunk the Set."
WARNING! The following interview contains a major spoiler about the upcoming Secret Life episodes.
Just as Ben and Adrian are ready to settle into married life and parenthood, they're going to be hit with a devastating blow — the loss of their baby. Ken Baumann, who plays Ben, says the tragedy will not only devastate the couple in The Secret Life of The American Teenager, it will change the course of every relationship in the series.
TVGuide.com spoke to the 21-year-old actor about the episode (Monday, June 6, 8/7c, ABC Family), and how he and Adrian (Francia Raisa) will cope.