Is it Friday? I think it's Friday, and I'm pretty excited about that. I have zero plans for this weekend so I'm probably going to spend a lot of time at the park and then even more time with my couch and a bottle of wine/netflix. But first, as always, some headlines.
Sleepy Hollow is the first new show this season to get renewed for a second season.
Nathan Fillion will guest star on this upcoming season of Community.
Rob Lowe may be leaving Parks and Rec, but it looks like he could stay at NBC with his own show.
The trailer for I, Frankenstein, starring Aaron Eckhart, is online for you to watch:
Great, great news: Scandal's ratings last night were better than ever.
Here's a really fun list of five movies that cut insane twist endings, including Pretty in Pink and Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World.
Bob Odenkirk talked a little about his Breaking Bad spinoff, Better Caul Saul.
An Albequerque newspaper ran an obituary for Walter White.
In honor of Lost in Translation being released 10 years ago, Vulture has a list of possible things that Bill Murray could've whispered.
Will Friedle says he has no plans to be apart of the Boy Meets World spinoff, Girl Meets World.
The promo for next week's Glee episode is here (aka the "Farewell to Finn" episode).
Guillermo Del Toro's Halloween Simpsons opening credits is pretty great:
Will Arnett has had a really busy and crazy year and he talks about it in this interview with The Daily Beast.
The first clip from Thor: The Dark World has been released.
Louie C.K. talked about the fourth season of Louie, and the leisurely approach he's taking to the series this year.
Here's a list of 16 facts you may not have known about Game of Thrones.
Watch Paul Scheer give a hilarious TED Talk on Conan the other night.
And for fun, play this interactive game from The Fine Bros. based off Freaks and Geeks:
Now you have enough pop culture news that there isn't any excuse not to be social at the bar tonight.