The biggest news today is that we'll finally be able to stream episodes of The Simpsons starting next year, thanks to FXX.

Yesterday's biggest news was John Oliver, not surprisingly, getting his own show over at HBO. PLUS: Is The Daily Show a bigger launchpad for actors/comedians than SNL?

I liked this short piece on Patton Oswalt.

It's hard to keep up on all the great TV shows available. Reversely: all this good TV is leading to a lot of weak TV.

Jack Black and Tim Robbins are starring in a dark comedy for HBO.

The Walking Dead makes no sense.

Where will Parks and Rec go after last night's episode?

Check out pictures from the fifth season of Community.

I don't know that this needed to be an article, it's kind of obvious. Related: My kind have been waiting years for a highbrow way of saying we sit on the couch watching TV.

Jason Ritter is coming back to Parenthood.

Do you agree with how Buzzfeed has ranked every episode of Buffy the Vampier Slayer? "Hush" only at number 7? "Once More with Feeling" in second place? I don't think so.

Comedy Central's funny, new show, @Midnight has been renewed for 40 more weeks.

RIP Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell.

I think it's weird to figure out fans of TV shows based on viewers average income, but okay.

This Volvo commercial with Jean-Claude Van Damme is better than most Superbowl commercials:

San Fransisco, you guys win today.

Watch BBC's Doctor Who short film (or as they're calling it, "mini episode"):

If you have some time to kill today, The Fine Bros. expanded their interactive Freaks and Geeks game.

And for fun, prove you're a '90s kid with this fun quiz that will test your knowledge of "Chumbawamba," Tamagotchi's, Jurassic Park and more. Be careful though, it's a time suck.