stephen colbert true tori hemlock grove snacks Stephen Colbert pays a visit to David Letterman; see the teaser for 'True Tori'; 'Hemlock Grove's' Season 2 premiere dateTV news and notes:

“Late Show” host-in-waiting Stephen Colbert will pay a visit to David Letterman on Tuesday, April 22. It will mark the first time Colbert has been a “Late Show” guest since being named Letterman’s successor.

– Lifetime has released a new teaser for its docu-series “True Tori,” starring Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott, and it’s a far cry from their previous show “Tori and Dean.” McDermott confesses to cheating on Spelling in the promo, which ends with her saying “I’m well aware this might not have a happy ending.” “True Tori” premieres April 22.

– Netflix finally has given a Season 2 premiere date to its original series “Hemlock Grove.” All 10 episodes of the supernatural drama will be available on Netflix on July 11 at 12:01 a.m. PT. Zap2it visited the set in October, so stay tuned for more information about the upcoming season.

– For the first time ever, the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is moving to London. The lingerie showcase, which includes musical performances, pink carpet interviews and more, is headed across the Atlantic Ocean for its holiday season 2014 installment. The special will air on CBS.

– Stephanie Savage’s new ABC drama “Astronaut Wives Club” found another leading lady. “Hell On Wheels” alum Dominique McElligot will play Louise Shepard, who is described as an “intensely private” “real life ‘Sabrina'” whose husband Alan (“Dexter’s” Desmond Harrington) becomes the first American in space. The 10-episode drama will premiere in early 2015. [The Hollywood Reporter]

– ABC Entertainment Group president Paul Lee has a new contract that will keep him at the network for several more years (terms weren’t disclosed). Lee has had a mixed track record thus far, launching a couple hits in “Scandal” and “Once Upon a Time” but also seeing a number of shows fail to gain an audience. ABC is likely to finish fourth in the broadcast ratings for the 2013-14 season.

– MTV is releasing its new comedy series, “Faking It,” to the MTV App on Tuesday (April 15). For 48 hours, viewers can catch the pilot episode of the show a full week before its television debut on Tuesday, April 22 at 10:30 p.m. “Faking It” is a high-school comedy about two best friends mistaken for lesbians. When this status gains them popularity, they keep up the ruse.

“Chrisley Knows Best” has been ordered for a second, 12-episode season on USA. The show, which has been the first real unscripted success for the cable channel, follows the colorful, real-life family of Todd Chrisley in Atlanta.

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