It's Wednesday, which means just about nothing. We've still got a few days to go until we're enjoying the weekend. I've spent a lot of time in front of my computer the past few days, enduring the long process that is making my DVD collection digital. I'm tired of having several hundred DVD's, especially as a person that moves every year. I also got rid of my entire CD collection, so I've got a jumpstart on spring cleaning. But that's not what we're here to talk about. Here are today's headlines:
Tavi Gevinson, an incredibly talented 17-year-old has a book deal for more Rookie books.
Before the second season has even premiered, House of Cards has been renewed for a third season.
Stephen Colbert interviewed Pussy Riot along with a Russian translator and it was amazing.
Yesterday I linked to an interview with Jerry Seinfeld about his stance on diversity in comedy, and his answer wasn't the most ideal.
However, I did enjoy this piece where Seinfeld looks at his friendships with Jay Leno and David Letterman.
Watch the final trailer for Divergent:
Another Stephen King story is coming to TV.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a good TV show, but it has three problems that it needs to fix before becoming a great TV show.
Read this amazing piece from Salaon about being "too poor for pop culture."
CBS will air eight Thursday Night NFL games next season, which will definitely mix up their schedule.
Showtime has posted the season three premiere of Inside Comedy, which stars Jimmy Fallon and Zach Galifanakis.
Nick Cannon will executive produce and star in a sequel to Drumline.
New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine didn't perform any better last night after their Super Bowl bump on Sunday.
The only book that Charlie Chaplin ever wrote will be published this year.
If you can't wait another month for The Grand Budapest Hotel, check out a clip with Bill Murray: