In the "Does Anyone Give a Crap" category comes this big news, which will be the only magic series on TV, but do you care?
Just read this on itricks:
http://itricks.com/news/2013/01/criss-a ... s-in-fall/
"Criss Angels big announcement is hes back on TV.
Or at least he will be this fall on Spike TV when his new series begins. It is described as:
Over the hourlong episodes, Angel will attempt new demonstrations never attempted by any mystifier in history. Whats more, hell also for the first time reveal the creative process behind the magic, letting the audience in to the think tank where his team prepares for some of his trademark illusions.
Each themed episode will focus on mind-blowing magic, the supernatural, death-defying escapes and astonishing physical stunts that will challenge the very laws of nature and feature a glimpse into Angels life, and the characters and celebrity guests who surround him.
Each episode will be an hour long. More on this as it develops."
Link to the original story on The Hollywood Reporter:
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-f ... ike-416364
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The only thing I'm curious about is who's left on his "team." But not curious enough to watch it. By the way, as of June 2012, Spike TV has the lowest "reach" (aka "household penetration") of all major national cable networks at 23%.
With regards to team - Banachek seems potentially to be back on board.
NY daily news has a story that his dog also ran away from him.