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Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Lip-Sync Battle’ To Be A Stand-Alone Show on Spike TV
Sunday, November 23 by

It will be produced by Fallon, John Krasinski, and Stephen Merchant.

Give him some gold and a scepter and he's there, man!
Sir Ben Kingsley Will Play King Tut…On SpikeTV?
Tuesday, July 15 by

Can he live up to the rich cinematic history of SpikeTV?

I'll give someone a nickel if they can sort of convince me they met Yeti in a bar one time.
Spike TV Offering $10MM To Anyone Who Can Prove The Existence Of Bigfoot
Thursday, October 25 by

I’m pretty sure bigfoot is Spike TV’s target audience.

Manswers Episodes
Monday, July 25 by Amanda Ferguson

"Manswers" episodes are an excellent source for getting the truth behind some pretty taboo questions. This show is tailored to men mostly, but women may find it somewhat intriguing. Their…

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Spike TV’s Animated Charlie Sheen Special Ends The Internet
Friday, March 4 by

Spike TV has partnered with Taiwanese company NMA to bring us a 30 minute special featuring CGI Charlie Sheen scenes (or “scheens” to use the abbreviation).

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Spike TV Wants To Film People Losing Their Cars
Monday, January 31 by

“Repo Games” allows contestants to keep their about-to-be-repossessed cars if they can answer three out of five questions correctly.

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‘Deadliest Warrior’ Movie Finds Writers, Forces Them To Battle
Thursday, January 20 by

Of course, the most important part of the film will be blood gushing sound effects every six minutes, but I suppose plot and dialogue can’t hurt.

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Women Of ‘Entourage’ Rock The Mic With Gary Busey
Wednesday, November 10 by

Spike TV got Gary Busey together with some hottish chicks to drop some science on the mic appliance in order to promote their syndication of “Entourage.” The concept behind the music video promo is creative. Actresses and porn stars who have appeared naked on the show complain about stripping off and having to put their mouths on the cast.

Shawn Levy Bringing ‘Deadliest Warrior’ To The Big Screen
Thursday, September 16 by

Shawn Levy has just brought LARPing to a whole 'nother level. Paramount has announced that the Night At The Museum director will bring an adaptation of Spike TV's "Deadliest Warrior" to the big screen. The format of the show pits fighters throughout history against one another in a hypothetical battle to the death. Experts then gather information to determine who would be the likely victor. The plotline for the film is being kept under wraps for the moment, so sadly we won't learn what circumstances will bring an Apache and a Spetsnaz into the arena together at this time.
Our condolences to the directors who missed out on this project. Peter Berg must be beside himself. (Cinema Blend)

Sandra Bullock Makes Surprise Appearance At Spike TV’s Guy’s Choice Awards
Sunday, June 6 by

"Kali ma… Kali ma… Kali ma, shakthi deh!"Sandra Bullock's trophy case is growing decreasingly impressive. The Oscar-winner is slated to receive the MTV Generation Award at tonight's Movie Awards, and picked up a "Troops Choice Entertainer Of the Year Award" at Spike TV Guy's Choice Awards last night."Let's be honest here, just for a moment. We're all going to be honest, right?" Bullock quipped. "Did I win this for being entertainer of the year, or did I win this because of the spectacular I.E.D. explosion that became my personal life?" This drew a hearty laugh for Sgt. First Class Santiago. And then a low, nervous laugh as his fingers absent-mindedly stroked the plastic where his thigh used to be.Ms. Bullock looked stunning in a tight black leather Elie Saab knee-length dress, Casadei heels and lack of forehead tattoos. (E! Online)

Spike TV Greenlights Dwarf Wrastlin’
Tuesday, February 2 by

I don't think Spike TV is even trying anymore, you guys. In an obvious ploy to lure Juggalo viewers, they've announced that they have picked up the six-episode series Bloodied Midgets Half Pint Brawlers. The series, billed as Jackass meets Little People, Big World, (or sh*t meets fart, by me) documents a traveling band of little people as they hop from ring to ring beating the crap out of themselves. This is a wonderful opportunity for advertisers. I don't want to tell them how to run their business, but the makers of size XS Zoo York t-shirts had best strike while the iron's hot. (THR)