TV briefs: 'Girl Code'

The Fresno BeeJune 21, 2013 

More help: A second season of 20 episodes of the MTV comedy series "Girl Code" has been ordered. The series, a spin-off of MTV2's "Guy Code," features female comics giving viewers over the top tips about womanhood, covering everything from frenemies, girl fights and cutting bathroom lines to dancing, drinking and dating.

If you want to get caught up on the cable series, full episodes are at

More talk: A new deal means the daytime show "Steve Harvey" will remain on the air at least through 2016.

"Steve is one of the best entertainers in the country and his first season has been a tremendous success because of the personal connection he makes with the daytime audience," Ted Harbert, chairman, NBC Broadcasting, says.

More celebrating: On the day that Americans are celebrating our country's independence with barbeque, fireworks, parties and music, MTV, CMT and VH1 for the first time will celebrate "Music Independence Day" on-air by combining forces to showcase artists across all three powerhouse brands.

On July 4, from 6 a.m. - 6 p.m., MTV, CMT and VH1 will provide the ultimate party playlist, covering all genres from hip hop to bluegrass to EDM to cowpunk, exposing new artists and celebrating the superstars/

More stink: The new season of TLC's "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" will be a "Watch 'n Sniff" event that will treat viewers' senses to the diverse and fragrant smells found in rural McIntyre, Ga. It will air at 9 p.m. July 17.

With a numbered scent card that correlates to scenes in the double-stacked premiere episodes, viewers will be able to watch the show, scratch their cards and recognize the aromas associated with the Boo Boo gang.

You can get one of the cards in the July 12 edition of Us Weekly and the July 15 issue of People.


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