Neil Patrick Harris Spike TV Video Game Awards Host

New dad Neil Patrick Harris, a veteran MC for some of Tinseltown’s most-lauded events, will next host Spike TV’s 8th Annual Video Game Awards, set for Dec. 11. Spike’s annual celebration of the year’s best in gaming will feature 13 world premieres of games scheduled for release in 2011 and beyond — including Batman: Arkham

Michael J. Fox Reprises “Back To The Future” Role For Spike TV Scream

Michael J Fox will make a special appearance at this year’s Spike TV Scream Awards on Oct. 19. Fox will be revisiting his iconic time-traveling character, Marty McFly — a role the five-time Emmy winner played in three Back to the Future films — in honor of the 25 year anniversary of the BTTF franchise.

Spike TV Mining Reality Show, “Coal,” Series Premiere April 2011

In what some industry observers are calling a stroke of television casting magic, the producers of TLC’s Deadliest Catch are working on a 10-episode Spike TV docu-series on mining in West Virginia, The Hollywood Reporter dished on Thursday. News of the upcoming series premiere of Coal comes as TV viewers around the world remain captivated

Denise Richards Joins Cast Of Spike TV’s “Blue Mountain State”

Denise Richards has landed a recurring role on Spike TV’s raunchy comedy Blue Mountain State. Richards will play Debra, the ex-wife of football coach Marty Daniels. The second season of Blue Mountain State — which stars Darin Brooks, Chris Romano, Sam Jones III, Alan Ritchson, and Ed Marinaro — premieres Oct. 20.