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The following is a list of programs that are currently or have been shown on the Spike television network.

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Current programming

Former programming

  • Note that this list also includes programs which aired when the network was The Nashville Network or The New TNN.

Spike original films

  • Backwoods (2008)
  • Metal of Honor: The Ironworkers of 9/11[1]

Upcoming series and pilots

  • Spike is currently developing four reality programs about men doing dangerous jobs: River Men, USA vs. the World, Tank & Cobra, and Human Predators.[2]
  • Blue Mountain State: The series follows three incoming freshmen attending Midwestern college football powerhouse Blue Mountain State who must quickly adapt to college life and juggle football, girls, classes and nonstop hazing. Former NFL running back-turned-actor Ed Marinaro stars as the team's coach. Darin Brooks (Days of Our Lives) plays Alex, a talented quarterback content to ride the bench while partying with his best friend, Sammy (co-writer Chris Romano), who aspires to be the school's mascot. Sam Jones III (ER, Smallville) plays Craig, the school's top recruit and future pro whose life already is mapped out for him by his controlling girlfriend, Denise (Gabrielle Dennis). Brian Robbins (Varsity Blues) is executive producing and will direct the pilot, which goes into production in February 2009. Romano co-wrote the pilot with Eric Falconer (The Sarah Silverman Program). [1], [2]

Unaired series

  • In its early days as Spike TV, Spike also commissioned an animated series from Klasky Csupo, Immigrants, featuring two Hungarian men who moved to Los Angeles to start a new life. The series was to have debuted in August 2004;[3] however, despite scheduling a two-hour marathon of the series on its premiere and an order of six episodes, the series never aired.[4] The series has since become the basis of a 2008 film of the same name, which was first released in Hungary in October 2008.

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