I don't have a ton of news for you today, but that won't stop us both from having fun, will it?

The first trailer for The Fault in Our Stars is here:

Surprisingly, NBC is really switching things up this year by airing the Emmys on a Monday night in August.

I'm not ready to say goodbye to Parks and Recreation's Ann and Chris, but here's a preview anyway.

M. Night Shyamalan and Bruce Willis are reuniting for another movie.

Back in the late '90s, Louis C.K. made a movie and today it's being released for the first time ever.

NBC has essentially cancelled Sean Saves the World.

Here's an over-analyzed (in my opinion) look at the references to Mad Men and Duck Dynasty in last night's State of the Union address.

Remember when 53 million people watched an episode of Friends that aired after the Super Bowl?

Casey Wilson will star in a pilot for NBC.

The Choose Your Own Adventure movie now has a director.

Is Brooklyn Nine-Nine the most progressive show on TV?

Seth Meyers had a great appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to gear up for when the show becomes his.

And for fun, watch Bill Hader show off his immaculate Star Wars impressions: