SMILE! YOU'RE ON . . . "Candid Camera," what some have called the original reality show, is returning to television for its seventh iteration, the first since Pax's 1996-2004 version. TV Land says Peter Funt, son of show creator and original host Allen Funt, is executive producer and co-host, with a second host to be chosen, for a revival set to air this summer.
CASTING. If you're ready to be one of 15 people committing to live a year in a new, utopian community for Fox's upcoming "Utopia," head over to the Earth Day New York celebration in Manhattan's Union Square next Tuesday to audition. You can also do it online. Details at utopiatvcasting.com/how-to-audition.
PREMIERES. The mama of the franchise, "The Real Housewives of Orange County," returns for a ninth season tonight at 9 on Bravo . . . Tuesday night at 10, on the season-three premiere of ABC's "Celebrity Wife Swap," Massapequa's Daniel Baldwin goes to live with singer Jermaine Jackson's spouse while Jackson moves in with the actor's ex-girlfriend, actress Isabella Hofmann and the couple's 17-year-old autistic son, Atticus . . . and Great American Country debuts "Moving Country," about city folk moving to less expensive, laid-back towns, Wednesday at 10 and 10:30 p.m.
RECAPS. Designer Oscar Lopez won the inaugural season of "Project Runway: Under the Gunn" . . . "American Idol" cut 16-year-old Malaya Watson . . . Former NFL cheerleader Morgan McLeod was benched on "Survivor" . . . "Hell's Kitchen" demoted Michael DeMarco . . . Khadisha Gaye will not be "The Face" . . . "Ink Master" crossed out Jim Francis and King Ruck . . . Josh Smith quit "Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge" . . . and there were no eliminations on "Dancing With the Stars," "RuPaul's Drag Race" or "Face Off."