First Footage From “Scream 4″ Premieres At Spike TV’s “Scream” Awards. While “Scream 4” is the one of the most highly anticipated films of 2011, even the first look at official footage from the film was overshadowed by the stars’ off-screen troubles. David Arquette made his first public appearance since his separation from Courteney Cox Saturday at the taping of Spike TV’s “Scream” Awards. Cox, previously scheduled to appear, was a no-show. Arquette took the stage with his fellow “Scream 4” co-stars Neve Campbell and Emma Roberts, as well as director Wes Craven, there to introduce the first look at the upcoming sequel. “‘Scream’ was the first slasher film of our generation to break down the rules of survival in a horror movie,” Arquette said at the event, set to air Tuesday. The “Scream” awards also featured a first look at “Scream 4” and its extensive all-star cast, including quick glimpses of cast members Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Rory Culkin, Marley Shelton, Alison Brie, as well as cameos from Kristen Bell, Anna Paquin, and Shenae Grimes. “Welcome home Sidney,” the killer tells Campbell’s character in the world premiere clip. “You’re a survivor, aren’t you Sidney? What good is it being a survivor when everyone close to you is dead?” “Scream 4” won’t hit theaters until April 15th, 2011, but the exclusive first footage airs on the “Scream” awards today on Spike TV at 9pm ET/PT.
Third Season Of “1000 Ways To Die” To Premiere On Spike TV. Looking for an uplifting, not-at-all disturbing show? Check out Spike TV’s “1000 Ways to Die.” After seeing the show, you may realize the opening sentence of this article was sarcastic. The third season of “1000 Ways to Die” will premiere on Tuesday, September 14 on Spike TV. The new season of the show from acclaimed producer Thom Beers (“Deadliest Catch,” “Ice Road Truckers”) will show some of the most outrageous true stories about those who died in very, very strange and sometimes even morbidly funny ways. Each case takes viewers through a fast-paced full reenactment interlaced with dramatic witness testimonials, fun historical tidbits, scientific expert explanations and vibrant CGI effects. With a title of “1000 Ways to Die,” viewers have to expect bizarre, ironic and weird deaths from the series. For the third season, Spike TV will expand its scientific explanations for the subjects’ untimely demise so viewers can avoid such an unfortunate fate and will also take a look back through history to explore the causes behind notorious deaths of well-known figures. A few that will be highlighted this season include death by vuvuzuela, a self-liposuction gone wrong, a woman with massive breast implants gets struck by lightning, a man relieves himself in the Amazon when a fish swims up his urethra, a nature lover attempts CPR on roadkill, death by hairball, a compulsive hoarder trapped by his own collection, a basketball player left hanging while showing off his slam-dunk skills, a Korean foodie whose feast on a live octopus specialty is his last, and the death of famous magician Houdini, who wasn’t able to escape an untimely demise.
On the LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN, CBS tonight Th 5/6: Beth Ostrosky Stern, and Court Yard Hounds. Beth Ostrosky Stern from “True Beauty” is a judge on the ABC reality competition series. Beth Ostrosky Stern is Howard Stern’s wife. Beth Ostrosky Stern is the author of “Oh My Dog.” Beth Ostrosky Stern is also a spokesperson for the North Shore Animal League of America, the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization. In addition, Beth Ostrosky Stern is involved with The Wildlife Rescue in The Hamptons and English Bulldog Rescue on Long Island. Beth Ostrosky Stern has graced the pages of many magazines and was named one of FHM’s “Top 100 Sexiest Women of the Year” in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2007. Beth Ostrosky Stern also appears regularly on network morning and daytime talk shows and has been a guest co-host on “The View.” Beth Ostrosky Stern is also known for her work as a television personality for Spike TV and G4 and as a special correspondent for EXTRA. Tonight watch Beth Ostrosky on the LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN, CBS