There's plenty of actual TV news going on today, so there's no need to desperately hang on to rumors about talk show drama! ...Alright, Jimmy Kimmel dressed up as Leno was pretty good, we'll give you that.
ABC has ordered seven episodes of Bachelor Pad, the latest in reality game show spin-offs. Twenty contestants from previous seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette will return for an all-star reunion to compete for the money and attention they wanted in the first place.
Executive producer Josh Schwartz tweeted that Gossip Girl will return in March in order to run 10 episodes in a row. Hopefully Chuck Bass will step it up this season!
I, for one, am happy to hear that the next round of Dancing with the Stars will be cut back to 11 or 12 contestants, as opposed to last season's whopping 16. If the celebrities are lucky, no one will get stuck with Anna Demidova again.
Lost producers promise there won't be any sequels or spinoffs, but if they don't give us Libby's backstory, there will be hell to pay.
Rumors are floating around in the world of other sci-fi dramas: Flash Forward has a few Season 2 prospects in the air while Fringe may be given a fixed end date.
Friends veterans are taking over! First Matt LeBlanc goes to Showtime, and now Matthew Perry has a pilot over at ABC for his single-camera project, Mr. Sunshine. Who's next, Courteney Cox?!
Okay, so I know Arrested Development movie rumors have tricked me in the past, but hearing Will Arnett claim they're shooting it this year realllllly makes me want to check if the world "gullible" is actually written on the ceiling.
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