Happy Post-Groundhog Day! Here's some news to keep you warm until our early Spring...
Ed Westwick hints it might be time to leave the Upper East Side high end life of Gossip Girl. No more Chuck and Blair? That's like no more Luke & Laura. No more Ron & Hermione. No more Susan Lucci and her Emmy Award. Besides, without Chuck Bass in my life, how will I know what to buy from J.Crew? Then again, Chuck and Blair have been on/off again so many times... they make the Great Gatsby and Daisy look like an actual committed relationship.
No cheerleaders at the Super Bowl? Hellcats raise some... well, hell.
Beavis and Butt-Head are making a comeback on MTV in a rebooted series. Following their footsteps, MTV has set a premiere date for Teen Wolf. Michael J. Fox cameo, party of one?
Steven Tyler is sorry for his over-the-top antics on Idol this season, and so is Fox -- they even aired an insincere joke apology written on the T.V. last night to prove it. We're not always Team Steven Tyler around here, but honestly, if your last name is Muck and you are auditioning for Steven Tyler you had it coming. You just did.
The Event will return on March 7 -- one week later than originally expected -- in a two-hour presentation. We can wait, though! Jason Ritter and Scott Patterson are totally worth it, even if the show itself kind of isn't.
Big shock, guys -- NCIS has been renewed! Mark Harmon signed a two-year contract to stick around the Navy a little longer. You know, NCIS kind of reminds me of cockroaches. It will be here until the end of time. (Really, really ridiculously popular cockroaches.)
Amy Winehouse said it best. They tried to make him go to Rehab and he said... thank you? Charlie Sheen has been eating a few helpings of humble pie over there in Camp Sober. He recently offered a heartfelt apology to his friends at Two and a Half Men, Warner Bros., and CBS. Sheen goes on to say he thinks it's "pathetic" how the media is interested in his private life when there are conflicts in Egypt. Charlie, watching you end up in rehab countless amounts of time is like passing by a car wreck. Don't blame us if we can't help but watch.
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