This week is flying by and I'm okay with that. Because I unexpectedly took a couple days off, I'm going to play catch up and make this post a long one. Hope you're comfortable.

Better Call Saul, the Breaking Bad spinoff, could be a sequel or a prequel... or a mix of both.

Netflix wants to stream movies closer to their theatrical release date. Don't hold your breath.

Here's a list of the most retweeted tweets of all time on Twitter.

This new book offers a look at Jim Henson's old sketches and journals. Everyone take note. I have a birthday coming up.

Jim Rash and Nat Faxon have gotten a pilot order from Fox which is so very awesome.

Check out an excerpt from the new Rookie book, as well as a short interview with Tavi Gevinson (who is one of my favorite people ever).

ABC is working on a male version of Golden Girls. Thank god, I've always said we don't have enough shows about men on TV.

Amazon's new shows are pretty much guaranteed to fail.

No doubt you saw this yesterday, but Blockbuster announced it will be closing its remaining 300 stores. RIP Burbank Blockbuster.

Nefetari Spencer talks about her SNL audition amidst all this diversity controversy. PLUS: Does SNL need to hire two black women?

Speaking of SNL and diversity issues, read this amazing story behind the Chevy Chase/Richard Pryor word association sketch.

American Horror Story has been renewed for another season.

Fans of The Hunger Games have something to be excited about: the second clip from Catching Fire is online now.

The New York Times has a great piece on David Letterman, who has a new humor book.

No surprise, but Damon Wayans Jr. is staying put on New Girl this season. If any of you are looking for someone to talk to about Coach's return to the show this week, I am available and willing. I have lots of thoughts. PLUS: Elizabeth Meriweather talks about losing Wayans Jr. and creating the character of Winston.

Here's your first official photo from Sherlock's season three (related: is there anything I'm more excited for than this show's return? No).

Indiewire is keeping a running list of the top 10 highest-grossing documentaries this year.

The Good Wife may be the best network show on the air right now.

You can help create the 15-second bumps you see on Adult Swim between programs.

Check out the teaser for How I Met Your Mother's rhyming episode, which is sure to be interesting.

Netflix and Marvel are bringing four live-action shows to the streaming service, including Daredevil.

The CW is working on a new DC show. This time, Hourman will likely join Green Arrow and Flash on the network.

These color photos of The Addams Family set are really cool.

Steve Carell is going to write and direct a comedy pilot for TBS.

I absolutely loved this feature about the riot grrrl movement.

The Blacklist is a hit for NBC, and it's because of its simple exuction of the antihero.

I'm excited by the news that Marvel will be introducing a Muslim girl superhero.

I'm also pretty excited about the six new shows that Comedy Central's digital production has added to their development slate.

Steven Soderbergh kept a list of everything he watched and read in 2009.

If you liked SNL's Wes Anderson parody from a few weeks back, you can read this blog from the director of photography explaining how they made it.

Adam Goldberg explains why The Goldbergs isn't set in a specific year.

Who Said It: Lady Gaga or Andy Warhol?

Pitchfork has released an awesome new app. And for fun, play around with this Pitchfork Review Generator

For even more fun, watch Wired take on the implausibility of Thor's hammer: