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'The Glades' Renewed for Season 3

by Crystal Bell, posted Oct 18th 2011 6:00PM
The Glades Renewed for Season 3A&E has renewed 'The Glades' for Season 3.

The cop drama's third season will premiere in summer 2012, TVLine reports.

The show, which is set in the Florida Everglades, found a solid audience during its second season. It averaged 1.6 million viewers in the 18-49 demographic, up 12 percent from the first season.

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After a Tornado, Steve Builds the Morrises a New Home on 'Disaster Guy' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 10th 2011 1:30AM
'Disaster Guy'Steve Frasher was happy to help an older couple rebuild after a tornado destroyed their home on 'Disaster Guy' (Sat., 9PM ET on A&E). Like 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,' Frasher specializes in building homes for those in need in seven days flat.

The difference is that while Ty Pennington and his team focus on families in need for various reasons, Frasher spotlights those families in desperate need of a new home quite simply because some disaster destroyed their old one.

In the case of Jerry and Betty Morris, their home was reduced to a pile of rubble in a tornado. But Frasher not only gave them a new house, he salvaged artifacts and memories from their lives so that they won't feel that they lost everything. He helped make that new house into a home.

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Detroit Cop Charged in Child's Death During Raid Filmed for 'The First 48'

by Catherine Lawson, posted Oct 5th 2011 6:50AM
A and E logoA Detroit police officer is facing charges stemming from the shooting death of a child during a raid being filmed for A&E reality show 'The First 48.'

The AP reports that Joseph Weekley, a member of the city's Special Response Team, was indicted Tuesday on involuntary manslaughter and careless and reckless discharge of a firearm causing the death of seven year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones.

The TV show's principal photographer, Allison Howard, was also indicted on perjury and obstruction of justice charges. She and Weekley have both pleaded not guilty.

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Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed Finally Tie the Knot

by Catherine Lawson, posted Oct 3rd 2011 7:15AM
'Family Jewels' Gene and Shannon'Family Jewels' fans have long known that Shannon Tweed said "yes" to Gene Simmons' marriage proposal, which featured in the Season 6 finale.

Now, just ahead of the Season 7 premiere, comes the news that the rocker and his partner of 28 years finally tied the knot this past weekend.

And yes, the 'Family Jewels' cameras were rolling: The nuptials will feature in an episode to be aired later this month.

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Steven Seagal Denies That a Puppy Was Killed During Reality Show Raid

by Catherine Lawson, posted Sep 5th 2011 10:00AM
Steven SeagalAccording to the Associated Press, actor Steven Seagal and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio have denied accusations by a Phoenix man and his lawyer that a family pet was killed during a raid filmed for Seagal's reality TV show.

TMZ earlier reported that Seagal took part in a March 9 raid on the home of Jesus Llovera for his A&E show, 'Steven Seagal: Lawman.'

Llovera alleges that Seagal arrived at his home with a tank, which he rammed into a gate on his property, and that an 11-month-old puppy was killed during the raid along with 100 roosters.

Seagal said he's outraged by the allegation, and Sheriff Arpaio said it is without merit. "If my deputies, or posse man Seagal for that matter, had done something so awful like shooting a family dog, then where are the photos to prove it?" Arpaio asked.

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Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed Set Their Wedding Date

by Catherine Lawson, posted Sep 2nd 2011 7:30AM
Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed'Family Jewels' fans left hanging by the "will she or won't she?" Season 6 finale need wonder no longer.

We watched Gene Simmons propose (finally!) to longtime girlfriend Shannon Tweed back in July and now, instead of settling in for the long engagement some may have expected, the reality TV stars have announced that they're tying the knot next month.

The pair have released a wedding invitation, which reveals that the ceremony will take place on October 1 at The Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles, and that there's a dress code.

"Classy Cocktail Attire Requested ... although we know some Rockstar attire will be worn." (Hey, could that mean that Gene will get hitched in full KISS makeup and boots? We hope so!)

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Things Are Still Far From Good Between Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 20th 2011 3:35AM
'Gene Simmons Family Jewels'Things are still very tense between Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed. Even though she did stop in to see him on tour, along with their kids, the tension backstage when the two met was palpable on 'Gene Simmons Family Jewels' (Tue., 10PM ET on A&E).

Simmons seems unsure of what to do to win her over, but we're not sure he's even fully grasped what he's done to be on the verge of losing her. He may understand on some intellectual level, but at a visceral gut level he doesn't seem to fully comprehend her position.

Tweed was there for him in person, but she was hardly there emotionally, and barely there at all. There were long moments of silence. When Gene asked her to stay and have lunch with him, she was quiet. She did not want to go back to his room with him, but did stay with their daughter.

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'Gene Simmons Family Jewels': Shannon Walks Out on Gene (VIDEO)

by Mike Moody, posted Jun 15th 2011 1:44AM
gene simmons, shannon tweed, gene simmons family jewelsIt looks like Gene Simmons' wandering eye (and hands and, er, other parts) finally caught up with him on the season premiere of 'Gene Simmons Family Jewels' (Tue., 10PM ET on A&E TV).

Simmons' long-time partner Shannon Tweed confronted the KISS rocker after spying an online photograph of him cavorting with a pair of blonde babes while he was supposed to be at a "business meeting."

Tweed wasn't joking when she told TV Guide that Season 6 would "show lots of warts this year." After grilling Simmons about his night out, a tearful Tweed said that she was "sick" of living with Simmons and headed straight for the door.

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Ray Confesses His Crime to the Criminals on 'Breakout Kings' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 9th 2011 6:34AM
'Breakout Kings' - 'Paid in Full'Ray does not generally treat his convict charges well. He belittles them, insults them and as Erica said this week, he looks down his nose at them. Well, the 'Breakout Kings' (Sun., 10PM ET on A&E) learned that Ray isn't as above them as he might have wanted them to think.

Once the cat was out of the bag, Ray came clean about what he did to lose his badge. "I took eight grand from a bust to buy my kid a used car so she wouldn't think I was a deadbeat dad."

When the cons tried to rally around this, saying he's no better than them, Ray exploded. He said that what he did doesn't come close to equating to Sean being a gangbanger, or Erica choosing vengeance over her child, or Lloyd selling prescription drugs to college kids, one of whom OD'd and died.

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A&E Announces New Programming Slate

by Jean Bentley, posted May 4th 2011 5:30PM
A&E logoA&E has big plans for the upcoming year.

The network announced today that it will debut 10 new shows in the 2011-2012 season, including a series about models living together in an apartment from Ryan Murphy, a miniseries called 'Coma' from Ridley and Tony Scott, and a spinoff of 'Storage Wars' set in Dallas.

Also on the slate are self-explanatory new series 'InLaws' and 'Boar Hunters,' as well as 'Family Bonding,' which handcuffs two family members together for 48 hours. Returning shows include A&E hits 'Hoarders,' 'The First 48,' 'Dog the Bounty Hunter,' 'Intervention' and more.

Read descriptions of the new shows after the jump.

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Robert Knepper Brings 'Prison Break's T-Bag to 'Breakout Kings' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Mar 21st 2011 5:45AM
Robert Knepper, 'Breakout Kings'From 2005-2009, 'Prison Break' entertained audiences on the FOX network. But while it was uneven throughout its run, one thing remained consistently fascinating. The breakout character of the series was Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell, played brilliantly by Robert Knepper. It would prove to be the defining role of his career, and thanks to 'Breakout Kings' (Sun., 9PM ET on A&E), he got a chance to return to the character.

The move puts the new series firmly in the same reality as 'Prison Break,' which means there is at least a remote chance of seeing some of that show's other characters.

'Kings' creators Nick Santora and Matt Olmstead were both writers and producers for 'Break' so they had a good handle on the character of Bagwell.

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Everything You Need to Know About 'Breakout Kings'

by Annette Bourdeau, posted Mar 1st 2011 2:00PM

TV Squad is in one of the seediest strip clubs in Toronto, watching Lauren Velez from 'Dexter' chatting amicably with a tough-looking thug and a pretty young stripper.

We're on the set of the new A&E crime show 'Breakout Kings,' and Velez and company are gearing up to film an intense shoot-out scene. Created by Matt Olmstead ('Prison Break,' 'NYPD Blue') and Nick Santora ('Prison Break,' 'The Sopranos'), each episode follows an unconventional team of two U.S. Marshals and three inmates trying to catch an escaped fugitive.

The rationale behind the unusual arrangement is that "it takes a con to catch a con." In exchange for helping the Marshals hunt down escaped bad guys, the three inmates get a break from jail while they're on the case, and a month off of their total sentences for each criminal they net. This time around, Velez is playing the inmate on the run -– a far cry from her role as the career-driven Lt. Maria Laguerta on 'Dexter.'

'Breakout Kings' stars Domenick Lombardozzi ('The Wire,' 'Entourage') and Laz Alonso ('Southland') as the two U.S. Marshals, Brooke Nevin ('The Comebacks') as the Marshals' office staffer, and Jimmi Simpson ('It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'), Malcolm Goodwin ('American Gangster') and Serinda Swan ('TRON: Legacy') as the three inmates.

We spent a day on the 'Breakout Kings' set and caught up with Olmstead, Lombardozzi, Alonso and Simpson to get the scoop on everything you need to know about prime time's latest crime show.

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10 Best True Crime Shows of All Time

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jan 6th 2011 12:00AM
Crime scene tapeSome of the greatest television dramas like 'The Wire,' 'CSI' and the never-ending stream of 'Law & Order' spinoffs ripped some of their best plots straight from the crime blotter.

But some of the best headlines don't need fictional characters or enhanced-for-TV plot twists, which is why true crime shows have become so popular on networks like truTV, A&E and Investigation Discovery, which debuts its newest program 'Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets' Jan. 10 at 10PM ET. This true crime show tells the story of a murder -- from the victim's point of view. Viewers must piece together the killer's identity based on clues given by family members, friends and investigators.

We took a look back at some of the best true crime shows on TV. See if your favorites made our list!

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Marc Cherry Preps 'Hallelujah,' ABC's Heidi Jones Arrested and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Dec 15th 2010 1:20PM
Marc CherryCan Marc Cherry do for faith what he did for the suburban housewife? The 'Desperate Housewives' creator is at work on a new series, 'Hallelujah,' based on a small town that is being torn apart by the forces of good and evil.

According to Variety, things change in Hallelujah, Tenn. when a stranger comes to town and brings in peace, justice and faith.

Cherry has been with 'Desperate Housewives' since its launch in 2004 and is contracted until 2013, but the stars are only signed until the end of this season. The creator also has a two-year deal with ABC.

In other TV news ...

WABC weather anchor Heidi Jones was arrested for filing a false police report. The weather anchor, who regularly fills in on 'Good Morning America,' was charged with a Class A misdemeanor for filing a report that a man tried to rape her in Central Park. She faces up to a year in jail or a $1,000 fine. [NY Post]

The first 'American Idol' promo poster has been released. Those new judges certainly seem happy. [EW]

A&E has ordered pilots for two hour-long dramas. 'Big Mike,' from Happy Madison and Sony Pictures TV, follows a plus-sized detective with the San Diego Police Department. He's an ace detective with a crappy romantic life. The other project, 'Longmire,' is based on the 'Walt Longmire Mystery' novels by Craig Johnson, about a small-town sheriff. [Deadline Hollywood]

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'The Glades' Season 1, Episode 13 (Season Finale) Recap

by Allison Waldman, posted Oct 4th 2010 6:00AM
'The Glades'['The Glades' - 'Breaking 80']

Is it really over so soon? The summer season of 'The Glades' has flew by and based on tonight's season finale, the show can't come back soon enough. The fish-out-of-water cop drama has quickly emerged as a cable hit -- already renewed for a second season -- and the character-driven story arc involving Jim's (Matt Passmore) on-again/off-again romance with Callie (Kiele Sanchez) has made for excellent entertainment.

See, 'The Glades' isn't just about murders in Southern Florida and the colorful characters in and around the Everglades.

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