July 2010

Thursday, July 1 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

This hilarious series returns for another season of debauchery. Catch homemade pranks that are engineered, executed and filmed by kids and normal everyday people, with no help from producers, professional editors or cameramen. Hosts Streeter Seidell & Amir Blumenfeld from collegehumour.com bring their humour to television as they provide commentary on all the stunts and gags.

Thursday, July 1 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

This hilarious series returns for another season of debauchery. Catch homemade pranks that are engineered, executed and filmed by kids and normal everyday people, with no help from producers, professional editors or cameramen. Hosts Streeter Seidell & Amir Blumenfeld from collegehumour.com bring their humour to television as they provide commentary on all the stunts and gags.

9:00pm – Thursday, July 1 on /A

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

In the film Foolproof, Kevin (Ryan Reynolds, The Proposal), Sam (Kristin Booth, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and Rob (Joris Jarsky, Would Be Kings) have an unusual hobby – planning foolproof heists, without intending to actually perform them. The game goes wrong when their latest plan is stolen and carried out. Things get even worse when a mysterious man approaches them with an offer: plan a heist for him, or go to jail. As the clock ticks, they find that the risk might be higher than just their freedom.

9:00pm – Thursday, July 1 on CTV

The dancer with the fewest votes is eliminated from the competition.

Thursday, July 1 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

Detective Sam Swarek drags Andy through his undercover haunts on a mission he won’t explain. At first, Andy assumes Swarek is a rogue cop trying to settle scores from his undercover days. Then she realizes two things: he’s actually trying to track down a missing informant whose life is in danger now that his cover has been blown; and that there is an undeniable attraction between them.

Blue Mountain State is to acquire the services of actress Denise Richards for the second season of the show.

The American football series will have Richards on board in a recurring role as Debra, a former partner of coach Marty Daniels.

Fellow State actor Darin Brooks has shown his approval for the casting, saying: “Everyone said she was really cool, really nice, it was great to work with her. I’m really looking forward to sleeping with her!”

Brook’s character Alex will reportedly pull the newcomer, with Richards’ character doing so to get back at coach Daniels.

Richards will first appear in the third episode of season 2.

Source: Digital Spy

Glee’s Jane Lynch has been cast in an upcoming episode of Nickelodeon tween show iCarly.

The actress who plays feisty Sue Sylvester in the musical drama will make an appearance on the show’s third season.

Lynch will play the role of mother to Jennette McCurdy’s Sam.

Her guest spot will be filmed next week.

Source: Digital Spy

Thursday, July 1 – 8pm ET/PT *Special Day and Time* on Global

Contestants tackle obstacles including Mid-Evil Wipe-a-Lot, Overdrive and the Circle Challenge.

Ricky Gervais has dropped some info on the new comedy series featuring his Ricky Gervais Show collaborator Karl Pilkington.

On his website, Gervais said the series will take Pilkington around the globe as he visits the seven wonders of the world.

“It’s funny and interesting and different because it’s so honest,” he said. “Karl is amazing to watch out of his comfort zone.

“I think [he] is the funniest man in the world, but put him in the most uncomfortable situations you can imagine and it’s even better.”

“It’s called An Idiot Abroad. Karl is not happy. Perfect. I actually reveal it to him in show seven. It’s hilarious. All the way round the world up to then he thinks it’s called Karl Pilkington’s Seven Wonders.”

Sky1 will screen the series later this year.

Source: Digital Spy

7 p.m. ET/PT – Thursday, July 1 on Comedy Network

Catch up on Season 1 of HICCUPS with Millie Upton, a successful children’s book who suffers from emotional “hiccups” that get her in to no end of trouble. She impulsively enlists the aid of a life coach Stan Dirko, to help set her straight. Although he’s got a big heart and big ideas, Stan has very little life-coaching experience.