Boy, do I have some good headlines for you guys today.

Good news, guys. Sherlock returns in January.

Rob Lowe will stay busy after Parks and Recreation. The actor has sold a semi-autobiographical show to ABC.

This vide of Anna Farris talking about Allison Janney is a fun watch:

Here's a fun list of 10 things you may not have known about Pee-wee's Playhouse.

NBC wants to reboot Murder, She Wrote.

Tom Hardy will play Elton John in a new biopic

Trophy Wife is this seasons best new show.

Once again, The A.V. Club is taking a look at the series finale of Freaks and Geeks (and once again I love it).

Sean Hayes is incorrectly pointing fingers for his new show's lack of success.

I enjoyed this interview with Jenny Slate where she talks about "Marcel the Shell" and Parks and Rec.

Check out the newest trailer for Anchorman 2:

I love the way that The Book Thief is advertising in The New York Times.

Here are some things that Broadcast Standards and Practices wouldn't let The Mindy Project say.

Paul Feig is set to produce a big screen Peanuts movie.

USA has renewed Suits for another season.

Check out this list of the 25 scariest science fiction and fantasy TV show episodes. It's a pretty standard list, and you're sure to have seen at least three or four of these.

Eliza Coupe will star in a new USA comedy pilot and I couldn't be happier about it.

Here's a first look at Damon Wayans Jr. back on New Girl.

Be sure to read these books before their movie adaptions come out.

Then read this list of 20 books that would be impossible to adapt into films.

Definitely check out the trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. It's pretty good.

And for fun, here are 38 facts about candy (just in time for Halloween):