Apparently, audiences don't like watching women crying hysterically behind closed bathroom doors -- but they love Ryan Seacrest. Who knew?
An SNL cast member is getting their own show and it's probably not who you'd expect.
Life lessons from FX: Sometimes you need to accept more Russell Brand in order to get more Louie.
Look who's back maybe!
The groundhog isn't the only one with news today.
Cleveland just got fleetingly hotter.
Our favorite Global Guts host fulfills our dreams, while our nightmare of Snooki invading TV beyond the Jersey Shore is close to becoming true. More product placement for the Bump-it, at least.
No real big news stories today. Oh, what's that? You heard that nominations for some fancy (but not soul-suckingly pretentious! Looking at you, Oscars) awards show were announced this morning? And that they actually kind of, dare we say it -- made sense? Well aren't you on top of things. Here's our take on it. On to other must-knows of the day, including an imminent farewell to Mr. Jack Donaghy, a permanent place in TV Land (and our receptive hearts) for Betty White, and a questionable but lucrative stint in rehab for notorious kidnappee Jeremy London.
TV Land's new series Hot in Cleveland relies a lot more on the Betty White phenomenon and nostalgia for three actresses who used to be on successful series than it does on actual writing or half-decent production, but that isn't to say it's without merit. People watch all kinds of shows for all kinds of flimsy reasons, whether it's "Look at the sad clowns!" (Dancing with the Stars), "Look at all the naked hot people!" (True Blood) or "Look at the well-clothed hot people!" (Gossip Girl), so really, when you think about it, "That girl used to be on Frasier!" is something too.