I see more Snatch Game in our futures.
Today in renewal news, in descending order of awesomeness, Logo's delivering us Drag Race Season 5 realness, while Fox is punishing us with two more seasons (that's 11 and 12) of Hell's Kitchen. Chefs of the world: Learn how to cook beef Wellington before you try out for Chef Ramsay.
Not even Megan Mullally could save Breaking In from cancellation. The show isn't officially dead, but Fox pulled it from its schedule and in favor of New Girl reruns. Come back to the library where we need you, Tammy 2!
Don't like paying for premium cable? HBO is granting non-subscribers with free access to Girls and Veep the day after the new comedies premiere. After the pilot episodes though, you're on your own.
On the heels of the sextacular 50 Shades of Grey, FX and Vince Vaughn's production company are developing a series based on Shawna Keeney's memoir I Was a Teenage Dominatrix. Californication and Gilmore Girls co-executive producer Gina Fattore, and I, for one, think we just found an excellent tie-in with Justified, assuming Quarles is somehow up for it.
Think Smash overdoes the Marilyn thing? Then you'll probably want nothing to do with Finding Marilyn, a new competitive reality show "that will emulate Monroe's journey to stardom" by pitting 12 women together in order to find the next "it" girl, as if this is how that kind of thing happens. Also, what could those challenges possibly be? Maybe don't answer that.
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