Gipsy, the founder and long-time President of the Laffing Devils motorcycle club (MC) featured on Discovery's new series THE DEVILS RIDE, spoke with TV Tango about life in a nomad MC. Gipsy revealed details about his run-ins with the ATF and NCIS, discussed outlaw clubs, and shared one of his favorite charity rides.
Tonight, Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at 10pm ET/PT, Discovery presents the world premiere of its new series THE DEVILS RIDE.
Discovery Channel has bet twice on the popularity of FX's scripted show Sons of Anarchy, firstly with an upcoming series from that show's creator, Kurt Sutters Outlaw Empires, and now with The Devils Ride, which premieres tonight (May 8) in the U.S.
From Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment (BHE TV), The Devils Ride follows the characters of a San Diego motorcycle club, the Laffing Devils, as they allow cameras inside their organization.
TV Guide has an exclusive first look at the cast of The Catalina, which premieres on Tuesday, May 29th at 8/7 Central on the CW network. Click here for your first look!
On May 8, Discovery debuts The Devils Ride, a new reality show that follows the San Diego motorcycle club Laffing Devils. The network thinks of the show, exec-produced by The Wonder Years' Jason Hervey, as the real-life Sons of Anarchy.
See the exclusive Entertainment Weekly preview by clicking here.
Discovery Channel in the U.S. is launching The Devils Ride (pictured) on May 8, which will give viewers an inside look at an American motorcycle club.
(Silver Spring, Md.) It’s a bike club. It’s a brotherhood. It’s THE DEVILS RIDE premiering Tuesday, May 8 after DEADLIEST CATCH at 10pm e/p on Discovery. For the first time Discovery goes inside the world of motorcycle clubs with the members of San Diego’s Laffing Devils.
Nick At Nite's first original scripted comedy pilot, Daddy's Home, will become the programming block's first homegrown live-action comedy series. I hear that Nickelodeon has given a 20-episode order to the multicamera project starring Happy Days alum Scott Baio.
Trio skedded to reverse summer ratings woes
The CW has greenlighted three reality series for this summer in an effort to reverse its perennial post-season ratings woes.
"Breaking Pointe" goes behind the scenes of a ballet company based in Salt Lake City. From BBC Worldwide Prods., "Pointe" counts Kate Shepherd ("Big Brother: According to Russell Brand"), Bill Langworthy ("The City"), Izzie Pick Ashcroft and Jane Tranter as executive producers.
"Catalina" is set in the Miami hotel of the same name where a young staff gets as wild as the guests. Eric Bischoff and Jason Hervey ("iMPACT Wrestling") are exec producers of "Catalina," from Bischoff Hervey Entertainment.
In addition to the just-greenlighted Queen Latifah/Dave Broome music competition series The Star Next Door and previously ordered musical game show Oh Sit!, the CW has picked up two more unscripted series for summer – Breaking Pointe, an inside look at the competitive world of ballet, and The Catalina, which follows the employees and guests at a rocking Miami hotel — for what will be the CW's most aggressive summer slate ever. "One of my first goals here at The CW was to increase the number of hours of original programming, both throughout the season and during the summer," the CW president Mark Pedowitz said. "With these four new reality series, we're launching our biggest summer schedule yet which will boost our circulation during the summer months and provide us with a promotional platform for our fall launch." Here are descriptions of Breaking Pointe and The Catalina:
EXCLUSIVE: Nick At Nite has ordered its first original scripted comedy pilot, Daddy’s Home, starring Happy Days alum Scott Baio. The multi-camera, half-hour comedy, originally put in development in May, centers on David Hobbs (Baio) an actor who, after ten years of starring as America’s favorite TV dad, becomes a stay-at-home father to honor the deal he made with his soap star wife so that she may return to the limelight.
The project was created by writer-producer Tina Albanese (CSI) and actor Patrick Labyorteaux (Little House On The Prairie) who are executive producing with Baio as well as Eric Bischoff and Jason Hervey through their production company Bischoff Hervey Entertainment.
In Wyoming, a Beer Brawl Breaks Out Over Buffalo Bill
Two Businessmen Launch New Brews Named After Wild West Legend; Feud Coming to a Head
CODY, Wyo.—The Wild West legend who founded this town is widely honored—and marketed—here.
Several hotels bear Buffalo Bill Cody's name. There's a Buffalo Bill museum, of course, and Buffalo Bill souvenirs at every turn, down to a decorative tissue box printed with the frontiersman's weathered image. A river-rafting outfit boasts, on a big sign out front, that it was founded by Buffalo Bill's great-grandson.
Yet there has never been a Buffalo Bill beer here—until now.
truTV Getting Younger as Network Scores Best Summer Ever With Adults and Men 18-34
Hardcore Pawn, Operation Repo, South Beach Tow and Storage Hunters Drive truTV's Success, Which Continued Last Night with the Return of Lizard Lick Towing and Premiere of Bear Swamp Recovery