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AMC's view on Kevin Smith isn't askew. The cable network has renewed Smith's unscripted series Comic Book Men for a fourth season and also has two new projects from the writer/director/podcaster in development. As part of AMC's expanded relationship with Smith, the channel has ordered a pilot for the late-night series Hollywood Babble-On. The TV show would be based on the popular live show and podcast of the same name hosted by Smith and Ralph Garman (Joe Schmo Show).
Spike TV has tapped Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro to host Inkmaster, the first-ever tattoo competition series, TVGuide.com has learned.Create a free Watchlist now and never miss another episode of your favorite showsThe show — executive-produced by Charlie Corwin and Jay Peterson, the team behind LA Ink, Miami Ink and NY Ink — will feature the nation's top tattoo artists competing in challenges to win a $100,000 grand prize and a feature in Inked magazine. The challenges will test the artists' technical proficiency as well as their on-the-spot creativity.Navarro, who previously co-hosted...
NBC is looking to do big business — or at least portray it — in the new half-hour comedy series on the network's development slate. According toVariety, Mogulettes comes from the brain of Bergdorf Blondes author Plum Sykes. The series will focus on Eva, the leader of a cosmetics empire and a group of highly successful, twentysomething jet-setters. Sykes will pen the script with Amy Harris (The Comeback). The series marks the second project from Charlie Corwin's Original Media, which has a first-look deal at NBC Entertainment, to be developed by the network. Sykes has also written The Debutante Divorcee and previously developed a version of Bergdorf Blondes for the WB network that was eventually passed over. — Adam Bryant