Happy Monday, friends. If you're enjoying a long weekend thanks to President's Day then I hope you're enjoying it. If you're at work today, I've got some headlines to make the time go by a little faster.

Ellen Page came out over the weekend and made an incredible speech that you absolutely have to watch (if you somehow have not already seen it):

A lot of people watched House of Cards last Friday.

The new Late Night War is not about fighting for ratings. It's about fighting to stay on the air in general.

The Tonight Show's second week of guests have been revealed. 

This look at Bill Murray's career (from the beginning's silliness to the distinguished movies he does now) is exhaustive and amazing. A must-read for any die-hard Murray fans.

Rick Ludwin is the only person who has worked with all six Tonight Show hosts over at NBC.

What's Eating Gilbert Grape? turns 20 this year.

Splitsider has a great interview with The Daily Show's new head writer, Elliott Kalan.

Here's a list of the 100 best Simpson's jokes (from the first eight seasons).

Orange is the New Black returns June 6th:

Alyson Hannigan has been cast in a new CBS pilot.

Pushing Daisies might return in a different form.

Cristin Milioti has been cast in Rashida Jones' new NBC show.

Binge-watching and anthology shows are a match made in TV heaven.

You can watch the first two episodes of ABC's new show, Mixology, online before it airs.

Jed Whedon gave an update on the Dr. Horrible sequel.

Stop calling it a Post-Breaking Bad Era in TV. True Detective is the best show on TV now.

Colin Jost wrote a hilarious Shouts & Murmur's piece for The New Yorker.