'Storage Wars,' 'American Hoggers' return and more reality TV news
Related mediaReality show families Reality show couples 'The Voice' season 4 Reality TV stars from Long Island 'Project Runway' season 11 designers Meet the 'Apprentice' celebrity cast
KARDASHIAN NEWS Kim Kardashian appeared Friday at the mandatory settlement hearing that California law requires before a divorce trial begins, but her estranged husband Kris Humphries was a no-show. E! News said the Brooklyn Nets forward claimed a problem with his scheduled flight to Los Angeles. Judge Hank Goldberg, noting Humphries could have attended by telephone, set a hearing for Friday to determine whether to sanction him.
PREMIERES Tuesday on A&E, "Storage Wars" is back for season four at 9 p.m. and "American Hoggers" for season three at 10 p.m., each with back-to-back episodes . . . Also Tuesday at 9 p.m., it's season two of "Don't Be Tardy . . ." (sans "for the Wedding" now that Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann are married) . . . "Gigolos" returns for season four on Showtime, Thursday at 11 p.m. . . . Beth Stern hosts National Geographic Wild's new "Spoiled Rotten Pets," starting 9 p.m. Saturday . . . Then on Sunday, comedian Kym Whitley has a baby and is "Raising Whitley," a new show on OWN at 10 p.m. Opposite it, Animal Planet's new "Ice Cold Gold" follows American prospectors in Greenland, VH1's new "I'm Married to A . . . looks at unconventional couples, and E! asks in its new behind-the-scenes show about the swimmer, "What Would Ryan Lochte Do?" That's followed at 10:30 p.m. by season two of "Married to Jonas."
RECAPS Lazaro Arbos was the last man standing on "American Idol," leaving the first all-female final five . . . Lisa Vanderpump and partner Gleb Savchenko are gone from "Dancing With the Stars" . . . It was a Michael Snow fall on "Survivor: Caramoan" . . . "Splash" liquidated Louie Anderson . . . Amber Perley got the gate on "Fashion Star" . . . Jeremy Madden's not gonna take it anymore on "Hell's Kitchen" . . . and Martin Cooper aka Coco Montrese was cut from "RuPaul's Drag Race."