I hope all of you are having a great Monday so far. I've got a lot for you today so you should be plenty entertained.

The Walking Dead continues to break ratings records.

Charlie Hunnam dropped out of the Fifty Shades of Grey movie.

Looks like cable companies and Netflix could start to play nice.

Benedict Cumberbatch did a Reddit AMA.

Fox has essentially already cancelled Us & Them, which isn't set to air until midseason.

Read the letter Anthony Hopkins wrote to Bryan Cranston after binge-watching Breaking Bad.

Ty Simpkins has been cast in Jurassic World.

Hello Kitty and The Simpsons are teaming up for merchandise.

The Walking Dead has been dealing with more character development this season. PLUS: the show is moving even slower than usual.

I like this inforgraphic showing which superheroes are most popular on social media sites.

Homeland's most recent episode seemed to be commenting on the show itself. PLUS: Damian Lewis talked about the show and Brody. And be sure to check out the real building that Brody's character is living in (seriously. It's awesome).

Banksy secretly set up a booth in Central Park and sold original artwork... and only a few people bought them.

Network ratings struggled yesterday due to The Walking Dead, NFL and baseball playoffs.

Comedy Bang! Bang! has been renewed for a third season.

Sophia Grace and Rosie could be getting their own TV show, produced by Ellen DeGeneres.

Neutral Milk Hotel performed their first concert in 15 years. Here is the setlist.

Could Star Trek come to CBS?

Teen Wolf has been renewed for another season, and been given its own post-show.

I can't wait to read B.J. Novak's upcoming bookOne More Thing: Stories and Other Stories, which finally has a cover reveal.

Bruce Willis did not deliver Miley Cyrus-level ratings for SNL (nor did he deliver a memorable performance).

Speaking of SNL, Edward Norton will host on October 26th for the first time.

Check out this entertaining exchange between a redditor and a clever Netflix customer service rep.

"18 Things You Probably Didn't Know About The Nightmare Before Christmas."

And for fun, watch Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock recreate the famous piano scene from Big:

Now you have enough pop culture news to warrant a break from the internet for a little while.