You didn't really believe Don Draper would ever actually leave you, did you?
Today it was announced that NBC's upcoming sitcom adaptation of Chelsea Handler's memoir Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea has found its 20-year-old version of Chelsea Handler in Laura Prepon, a TV veteran who is 30, and a mere five years younger than Chelsea Handler's (alleged, because, come on) current age. We're not saying Laura Prepon won't do a decent job, but nevertheless, this means it's time to cast other comedians' memoirs with their TV-inappropriate counterparts. Because you know TV executives would do half this crap.
Inside every movie star is an idea for a great TV show. And inside Snooki is a lonely heart.
Looks like it's going to be another season of reality TV cast members and washed-up singers on Dancing With the Stars!
If Jimmy Fallon wasn't a late-night TV institution before, he is now -- the Late Night host recently received his own Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor, called "Late Night Snack," consisting of vanilla ice cream with salty caramel and chocolate covered potato chips. It joins Cherry Garcia and Stephen Colbert's AmeriCone Dream in the ranks of celebrity ice cream flavors. Given the media hoopla that's been made of it, it's a wonder that the ice-cream makers don't produce even more celebrity flavors. Sure, it would make the honor less prestigious, but it's kind of a dubious honor to begin with, when you think about it. Here are some other celeb flavors we'd be curious to get a tasting spoon of.
Now, imagine this was a bloody railroad! Sounds amazing, right?!
Idol is promising big changes... back to the changes we've already seen before. It's less complicated than it sounds.
Wonder how Levi feels about this...
Two and a Half Men is somehow still managing to stay in the headlines, even post-Charlie Sheen.
As you may already know, we make fun of celebrities on this site. I, for one, will bash Dr. Drew any chance I get, and once personally told him that he was a slut-shaming jerk. It felt great. As for the other celebs I jab at here and there, I would like to think that most of the things I write are based in reality and that I won't feel like the scum of the earth when I inevitably have to meet them face-to-face. It's kind of like running into someone you went to high school with; just as no one is the same person they were in high school (I hope), when someone's on TV, a small part of their humanity is sold to producers for the sake of story-editing. But in the age of cyber-bullying, being held accountable for what you say is no longer a given, and plenty of people are able to write and say horrible things about other humans -- reality stars included -- without any repercussion... that is, until now. Cue: the new CW show H8R.