Morning, friends. I hope everyone had a great weekend. Mine was pretty great and super relaxing but I'm also happy to be back at work this morning. Get yourself caught up on news you may have missed with today's headlines.
In news that you have definitely already heard, Lou Reed passed away over the weekend.
Netflix wants a third season of House of Cards.
ICYMI: CBS wants to reboot Charmed.
Nick Offerman will co-host The View, which should be interesting.
Check out Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' first TV spot.
I enjoyed this piece on Scandal's emotional love affair.
Here's a clue as to what Adam Scott's next Greatest Event in Television History is.
If, somehow, you haven't seen Dexter (or want to go back and binge-watch), you're in luck. The series will start to appear on Netflix very, very soon.
I am extremely excited that Chrisoph Waltz will be in Horrible Bosses 2.
CNN is looking for a show to challenge Comedy Central's saitirical news shows.
The final trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is ready for you to enjoy:
The first promo for Fox's new show, Rake (starring Greg Kinear), is online.
Buzzfeed remembers Marcia Wallace, who passed away over the weekend, with the eight sassiest quotes from her Simpson's character, Edna Krabapple.
Kate Micucci talked about writing the Bernadette song from last week's Big Bang Theory.
On Friday, Fox gave a full-season order to freshman sitcom, Dads.
And for fun, watch this great duet with John Legend and one of my favorites, Lindsey Stirling: