I hope everyone's having a good Tuesday. So far mine has been busier than usual which I have enjoyed. I don't care about The Grammys so I didn't watch them over the weekend, and then I didn't read any of the news about the award show yesterday so today I'm playing catch-up. Let's jump into it.
Jonathan Banks will be in the Breaking Bad spinoff, Better Call Saul.
The Atlantic has an amazing article in which they look back at bad trailers for classic movies.
David Cross really hates social media.
Orange is the New Black updated its Instagram with behind-the-scene photos.
Last night's episode of @Midnight had stars of The State reuniting (and it was great).
The season two premiere of Orphan Black has a title.
The Oscars will celebrate The Wizard of Oz's 75th anniversary.
Margaret Cho has been cast to co-star in Tina Fey's new project.
I can't wait for Tina Fey's episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee:
NBC has ordered a pilot from Ellen DeGeneres.
Bobby Moynihan discussed his SNL audition process.
Here are the photos I've been waiting for: check out Kiefer Sutherland and Yvonne Strahovski on the set of 24: Live Another Day.
Carter Bays and Craig Thomas discussed this final season of How I Met Your Mother with THR. Plus: Here are some loose ends that last night's episode wrapped up. And I also wish we would've had more than one episode to tell The Mother's story.
You can now find out which AMC theaters will be showing the Veronica Mars movie.
Here's the latest promo for The Oscars:
Grantland took a look at shows that NBC should consider reviving.
And in adorable news, the stars of next week's Puppy Bowl practiced at the White House with Michelle Obama.