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  1. 'Funniest Commericals of the Year' Hits 10th Anniversary, Adds Host Gabriel Iglesias

    6:20 am 12/18/2014

    Doritos is among the companies whose ads cracked 2014's top 10 Read more

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  2. Ben Kingsley's 'Tut' Goes to Germany's Tele-Munchen

    3:18 am 12/4/2014

    Muse Entertainment is producing the miniseries about Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun for Spike TV Read more

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  3. Jimmy Fallon, John Krasinski and Stephen Merchant's 'Lip Sync Battle' Gets Spike Series Order

    9:52 am 11/21/2014

    For an April 2015 premiereRead more

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  4. U.S. Producer Picks Up Quebec Drama Format 'Appearances'

    5:39 am 10/20/2014

    France's Samka also has optioned the Canadian psychological thriller from Pixcom Read more

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  5. Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Scott Gold Sells Third TV Drama (Exclusive)

    1:05 pm 9/24/2014

    He'll take a year of absence from the L.A. Times to focus on his TV writing careerRead more

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  6. Ted Gold to Oversee Scripted Fare for Spike

    10:43 am 9/2/2014

    The cable network continues to push further into scriptedRead more

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  7. 'Twisted,' 'Victorious' Star to Play King Tut for Spike TV (Exclusive)

    10:34 am 8/5/2014

    Avan Jogia will star opposite Ben Kingsley in the cable network's original miniseries "Tut."Read more

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  8. Ray Lewis, Spike TV Team for 'Coaching Bad' Series

    10:15 am 8/4/2014

    The eight-episode unscripted series will explore how coaches deal with anger management and bow in 2015.Read more

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  9. Pierce Brosnan, Spike TV Developing Crusades Event Series (Exclusive)

    9:00 am 7/15/2014

    "Gladiator" writer David Franzoni and Michael Finch ("Predators") will pen "The Crusaders," which joins "Tut," among others, as the cabler continues its push back into scripted originals.Read more

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  10. Ben Kingsley to Star in Spike TV's King Tut Event Series

    9:31 am 7/14/2014

    He'll play the grand vizier to King Tutankhamun in the six-part limited series, the network's return to scripted fare.Read more

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