October 2012

MuchMusic and Live Nation announced today the first round of performers for this year’s hottest holiday event, Much Presents: The Big Jingle.

The first round of acts confirmed to touch-down at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on Sunday, Dec. 2 are pop-sensation Austin Mahone; American singer-songwriter and actress Bridgit Mendler; Canadian chart-topper Carly Rae Jepsen; Australian pop star Cody Simpson, and singer, rapper, and dancer Sky Blu, recognizable to MuchMusic fans as one half of LMFAO.

Each act will perform a few of their greatest tunes, making this concert an unforgettable holiday event. Tickets for the star-studded event go on sale Saturday, Nov. 3, at 12 p.m. ET at www.livenation.com. Much Presents: The Big Jingle airs exclusively on MuchMusic on Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Continue reading »

MTV today announced the final five nominees vying for the Worldwide Act distinction at the “2012 MTV EMA.”

For the past six weeks, MTV has given fans around the world a chance to vote for their favorite hometown artists, all to help that local act secure the nomination and earn a chance to represent their respective region at this year’s EMA.

More than 160 artists from every corner of the world have enjoyed the MTV EMA spotlight as part of the Worldwide Act voting competition, and now the final five Worldwide Act nominees are: Dima Bilan (Europe); Han Geng (Asia Pacific); Ahmed Soultan (Africa/India/Middle East); Rihanna (North America); and Restart (Latin America). Starting today, these five artists will go head to head in one last round of voting in the Worldwide Act category, which celebrates the range and breadth of all the music that MTV has to offer across the globe. Continue reading »

10 p.m. – Monday, November 26 on Space

An anomaly opens at a local university, putting students in danger from a Lycaenops, and leaving the team with a dilemma on their hands when the creature gets stranded in the present day.

9 p.m. – Monday, November 26 on Space

Weaver (Will Patton, CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION) turns more and more erratic, stirring up trouble while on a reconnaissance mission with Tom and Hal. Meanwhile, Pope (Colin Cunningham, SACTUARY) constructs a potent weapon, and Anne (Moon Bloodgood, Terminator Salvation) makes a startling discovery while performing an autopsy on a skitter cadaver. Blair Brown (FRINGE) guest stars.

10 p.m. – Sunday, November 25 on Space

With Marnie empowered by spirits of the dead, Bill issues an unpopular order to save vampires from the light. Luna discovers Sam is not the man she thought he was, Jessica has doubts about her future with Hoyt, and Alcide and Debbie join a new pack.

9 p.m. – Saturday, November 24 on Space

A team of mercenaries is given the assignment to take out a corrupt military leader and a rogue CIA operative on a Latin American island. THE EXPENDABLES stars Sylvester Stallone (Rambo), Jason Statham (Death Race), and Jet Li (Lethal Weapon 4).

10 p.m. – Monday, November 19 on Space

Evan and Dylan are taken hostage by two drug dealers while investigating an anomaly in a vintage train yard.

9 p.m. – Monday, November 19 on Space

Suspicions arise that danger may indeed lurk at the children’s safe haven. Before long, Mike (Martin Roach, CRASH CANYON) happens upon a harrowing truth, and an unanticipated enemy emerges.

10 p.m. – Saturday, November 17 on Space

Sookie searches for Jason under a full moon, while Marnie connects with spirits of the past, Arlene and Terry cope with a suspicious inferno, and Debbie (Brit Morgan, My Funny Valentine) urges Alcide to join a new werewolf community.

9 p.m. – Saturday, November 17 on Space

Survivors escape to a deserted island after their semester at sea ship is sunk by a mutated two-headed shark. But when the island starts flooding, no one is safe from the double jaws of the monster. Starring Carmen Electra (PERFECT CATCH), Charlie O’Connell (Cruel Intentions) and Brooke Hogan (Sand Sharks).