Yet another ’90s TV reboot is stepping into the ring.
The new version of Deathmatch, which pits pop culture staples against each other in fantasy wrestling matches, also will incorporate a social media element to the fights.
Creator Eric Fogel will executive-produce the revival, alongside Paul Ricci (Guy Code) and Chris McCarthy (Wild ‘n Out).
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* Looking for an invite to the Clone Club? Ahead of Orphan Black‘s Season 3 premiere this Saturday, IFC will air a 21-hour catch-up marathon beginning at midnight on Friday, April 17.
* Bachelor frontman Chris Harrison will take over for Terry Crews as host of Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?, beginning with the show’s 14th season this fall. (Never fear: He’ll still remain host of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise.)
* Sony’s online distributor Crackle has given a 10-episode order to The Art of More, its first original hour-long drama, our sister site Deadline reports. Starring Dennis Quaid, Kate Bosworth and Christian Cooke (Witches of East End), the series explores the cutthroat world of premium auction houses.
* Disney Junior has renewed animated series Sofia the First and Doc McStuffins for fourth seasons.
* Texas Rising — History’s 10-hour event series detailing the Texas Revolution — will premiere across five nights, airing in two-hour installments on May 25, May 26, June 1, June 8 and June 15.
* The MTV Movie Awards on Sunday drew 1.6 million total viewers, down 43 percent from last year’s Conan O’Brien-hosted telecast.