The Paley Center has released an hourlong chat between David Letterman and Jerry Seinfeld, and it's worth every minute if you have the time.

It's all over the internet, but watch the trailer for Dumb and Dumber To if you haven't already:

Pretty Little Liars, which planned on only lasting five seasons, was renewed through season seven.

This is pretty cool: this years Banned Books Week is focusing on graphic novels.

Bill Watterson isn't done popping up in odd places. He's drawing the 2015 Angoulême Festival poster.

Shows featuring an anti-hero are old news, but Fargo is changing up the genre in a fantastic way.

Samira Wiley has been promoted to series regular for the third season of Orange Is the New Black.

Napoleon Dynamite is 10 years old this week.

Here's a look at why HBO puts so much of Last Week Tonight on Youtube for free.

For the next 16 weeks, you can listen to and download 16 new singles from Adult Swim's summer singles program.

Watch the trailer for MTV's new drama, Finding Carter, which looks pretty good.

Brian K. Vaughn has left Under the Dome.

I'm still excited to see 22 Jump Street, despite the abundance of gay jokes. But I agree with this article.

Hmmm... Netflix is reviving The Magic School Bus using computer-generated animation.

Carter Covington talked to Buzzfeed about Faking It's second season.

Get excited: Doctor Who is going on a world tour.

Listen to Morrissey perform a new song.

There is a new trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.

You have to watch this Funny or Die video of Uzo Aduba auditioning for every role on Orange Is the New Black. Every role except for Crazy Eyes, that is.

And for fun, this is how you propose to a journalist.