Does Michelle Trachtenberg have incriminating pictures of somebody or something?
Surely, every young actress in Hollywood has an idea for a show in which she'd play a criminology student with mad crime-solving skillz and a mysterious past. The difference between them and Michelle Trachtenberg? Trachtenberg knows Josh Schwartz. Schwartz and Stephanie Savage will produce the show for The CW, and we will all watch it like crazy.
Somebody must have been reading our mind, because all we can think about is the new Back to the Future DVD and how much we love John Noble. Based on what they saw, clearly Christopher Lloyd needed to guest star on Fringe. He'll play Walter's musical idol, which hopefully means more Noble crooning in the episode.
Conan O'Brien has announced the first week of guests on his new show, and while the list includes Jon Hamm and Julie Bowen, he'll bring Seth Rogen on first to break in the furniture.
Have two-thirds of the Lonely Island left SNL? Maybe. It would certainly explain why the digital shorts have been so awful lately.
After a false start at NBC, Patton Oswalt may get a TV show at Fox, playing a newly single schlub. As long as it's not a painfully unfunny talk show, like the show-within-a-show he's currently doing on Caprica, we'll give it a shot. However, we may not give one to Eric McCormack's new Numb3rs/Lie to Me knock-off.
TBS has picked up two hourlong comedies: one a minor-leage baseball show by the writer/director of Bull Durham, the other about a wedding band, which unfortunately has nothing to do with my favorite Adam Sandler movie, The Wedding Singer.
Want a sneak peek at the first episode of the hot new zombie TV series? Well, you can't have it. But you can have a look back at the first episode of an old zombie TV series. One that never made it to air. Starring Amber Tamblyn. You're welcome.
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