In Zap2it’s Valentine’s Day TV Snacks, we’d love to announce some of our fave people are making some comebacks to our sets!
Fans were psyched (ooh, bad pun) when “Men in Tree’s” James Tupper appeared as a grief counselor at the beginning of this season of “Grey’s Anatomy” and carried on a flirtation with Kim Raver’s Teddy. He’s coming back, folks, for a multi-episode stay toward the end of the season! [EW]
All you big plural marriage voyeurs, “Sister Wives” is returning for Season 2 to TLC on Sun. March 13. When we join the family again, they’ll be embroiled in their felony bigamy case versus Utah, which results in a move to Nevada. The 10-episode Season 2 will be split: The first three one-hour episodes will air first and then seven half hour episodes will air later this year. [EW]
Hooray! The much-awaited “Burn Notice” prequel has an airdate. “Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe” airs April 17 at 9 p.m. ET on USA. The TV movie takes place in Columbia 2005 when Lieutenant Commander Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell) is sent to advise a local military platoon. It’s there he discovers deep layers of deception and ultimately realizes he may be allied with the wrong side. Shot on location in Bogota, Columbia, costar Jeffrey Donovan directs. [USA]
VH1 is rolling out three new reality series on March 14 starting at 9 p.m. ET: “Wedding Wars,” which pits 12 engaged couples against each other for the ultimate wedding prize; “Beverly Hills Fabulous,” based in the only African-American salon in 90210; “Love and Hip Hop,” an 8-part docu-series on five women who are connected to hip hop via marriage, dating or being performers. [VH1]
E!’s “Live from the Red Carpet: The 2011 Grammy Awards” was the network’s highest-rated and most-watched of its history with more than 2.9 million total viewers. [E!]