Today in news: Bobby Cannavale is joining Nurse Jackie basically full-time, In Plain Sight gets the axe, and Benjamin Bratt is coming back to visit the Pritchett-Dunphy clan.
Today we've got a Lost reunion and then a billion other casting items. So try to keep up.
Naked people and commies are all up in today's news.
More Andy! More Chelsea! More Devlin! More 30 Rock! More reality! More werewolves! More "celebrities"! The downside? Less Smits.
There's some good news and some bad news for the highly complicated ladies of Showtime.
Tyra, Tyra, go away.
Today's news brings you a pop Jeopardy question. Tia and Tamara, Sinbad, and Gabrielle Carteris... what do they all have in common? People trying to make a comeback, Alex.
Same-sex sparks fly on Glee (the non-cheerleader kind) for Kurt and Blaine, and Cablevision makes a deal to air Oprah's new network (though I can't imagine them having much choice against the ruler of the TV world), in today's news...
Last night Conan O'Brien arrived at his new basic cable home with Andy Richter, Jimmy Vivino and even the Masturbating Bear (surprise!) in tow, and the show felt... a little like both of his old shows! It was stiff and cautious at times, like The Tonight Show was, and then there'd be a five minute video sketch about Conan getting assassinated at a toll-booth, Godfather-style (I remember reading years ago that he'd begged Entertainment Weekly to let him do that on their cover and they refused, so glad TBS is really making his dreams come true here) and it felt like the relaxed silliness of Late Night all over again. The premiere as a whole wasn't exceptional, or even exceptionally funny throughout, but there is probably wisdom in starting out cautiously. Either way, I really wouldn't say it was a bad episode, so that certainly is something.