I hope everyone is having a good afternoon. I had one of the most miserable nights last night, yet surprisingly, it didn't completely ruin my day. I'm busy with a few things today but that didn't stop me from putting together a great list of headlines for you.
Unsurprisingly, The Walking Dead has been renewed for another season.
Emile Hirsch will play John Belushi in a biopic.
I enjoyed this list of TV introverts, including Daria, Dexter and George Costanza.
DreamWorks optioned an eighth grader's journal. Yes, optioned it for a movie. An eighth grader.
Fans of The Price is Right are going to be stoked to see Bob Barker return to the show for his 90th birthday.
Jeopardy! is celebrating it's 30th anniversary this week.
Even your most annoying Facebook friend may not have heard of these Lou Reed songs.
There's new video of the upcoming Veronica Mars movie.
Meet the Sloths is a show that will be on your television.
As much as I love Kristen Bell, I don't give any attention to celebrities' weddings/births/personal lives, but Dax Shepard talking about their wedding is a fun watch.
Check out the last two pages of the Breaking Bad finale's script.
You can watch eight minutes of Fox's new show, Almost Human.
Read an excerpt from B.J. Novak's upcoming book, One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories.
Mom isn't your typical Chuck Lorre sitcom, which is a good thing.
I love The Smiths so I'm pleased to see their album, "The Queen Is Dead," top NME's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
I'm so excited that The Pete Holmes Show has started. Watch Jon Stewart give Pete Holmes hosting advice.
Here's a list of songs that you may not have known were covers.
Of course Louis C.K. is great at advertising. He's great at everything.
Ellen Degeneres and Liz Feldman have sold a show to NBC.
Don't miss this TEDx Talk that Piper Kerman (author of Orange is the New Black) gave about being in prison.
The Entourage movie is officially happening, whether you care or not.
And for fun, watch these recently uncovered Star Wars bloopers: