As a huge, huge fan of Andy Kaufman, I find the idea of him still alive extremely compelling. But obviously, people, he is not.

An Andy Warhol painting sold for $105 million at an auction.

Make sure to watch Wes Anderson's new short film that was posted online.

The Mindy Project is now better than New Girl.

Science fiction fans will love this list of the top 101 science fiction adventures.

Entertainment Weekly has portraits of Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan for Fifty Shades of Grey.

Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are writing a movie with Judd Apatow.

Unfortunately (but not surprisingly), FXX has made it's first cancellation and it's Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell.

Orange is the New Black will compete as a drama (instead of comedy, as it was previously planned) at The Emmy's and Golden Globes next year. PLUS: Laura Prepon will be back for four episodes in the second season.

Maya Rudolph is getting a primetime variety show (pilot), produced by Lorne Michaels.

If you're looking to kill some time, you can watch Nickelodeon shows from the '90s and '00s (unless you get there late and the site has been shut down by then).

NBC is reviving Last Comic Standing, and Wanda Sykes will produce.

Mission: Impossible 5 has a release date: December 25, 2015.

Matthew Perry will guest star on Cougar Town.

The Real World is switching up it's formula.

Chris Pratt is staying extremely busy these days. The Parks and Recreation star could be in Jurassic World.

Speculation is the New Spoiler.

For fun, watch Bill Cosby be his perfect, normal self:

P.S. Everyone should watch the premiere of Ground Floor tonight, TBS' new comedy from Bill Lawrence and Greg Malins.