Great news: Glee can now have an epically boring episode if it wants.
Coldplay has decided that they actually do enjoy money after all, and have reversed their position on not sharing their catalog with Glee. Because a Coldplay-themed Glee episode would just be riveting. Hope a Grateful Dead ep is next!
Meet the D.C. Real Housewives. Apparently they're not really power players in Washington! Oh no! I was going to watch The Real Housewives of D.C. to see a reality version of The West Wing! Seriously, who cares about whether or not they're power players? Are they crazy? All I need is crazy. And they look pretty crazy.
Amidst speculation that Abby Sunderland, the 16-year-old girl who got lost trying to sail around the world by herself, only did so in order to get a reality show, her mother has come out to claim that all plans to participate in a television show had been scrapped before Abby's now famous sailing trip. Spoken like a true Dina Lohan, lady. Deny, deny, deny.
Craig Fergusen announced that he will be hosting Discovery's Shark Week (live every week like it's like it) on his show last night using what looks like one of those adorable shark-shaped potholders. Yes, today that is news. Other days it wouldn't be, but today it is.
New delightful Emmy roundtable: Comedy showrunners. Pre-Emmy season is so much more fun than real Emmy season, isn't it?
Friday Night Lights is pulling a Lost (not really) and inviting back some of the show's favorite departed actors (I hope that doesn't make them sound dead) for the show's final season. Zach Gilford is returning, even though he barely left, as are Taylor Kitsch and Adrianne Palicki. Welcome back, guys.
Oh, and Charlie Sheen's over-priced German car fell off a cliff -- again.
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