Sorry for the unexpected absence in Headlines earlier this week. I went out of town to celebrate things and completely forgot to bring my laptop. But I've fixed that mistake by bringing you today's headlines, and some of the stuff I missed from Monday and Tuesday. Let's just jump right in.
The news broke that Allison Williams will be playing Peter Pan in NBC's production of Peter Pan Live. But everyone calm down, she could be good!
Hey Game of Thrones book-readers: Maise Williams is sick of you.
Watch Jay Leno mentor the comedians on Last Comic Standing; it's actually pretty cool.
Check out this old Second City clip that stars Bill Murray.
It's a weird lesson in sitcoms to see what episodes of Seinfeld and Friends look like without the jokes.
Kyra Sedgwick will guest star on Brooklyn Nine-Nine (It's weird how excited I am about this casting).
Just because something reminds you of your childhood doesn't mean that something is good, and that includes Saved by the Bell.
I love this infographic that looks at the history of sex in movies.
Craig Ferguson thinks a woman should replace him (as does everyone else).
This is amazing: Stephen Colbert bought the URL for TheSarahPalinChannel.com.
It just makes sense that J.J. Abrams would cast Simon Pegg in Star Wars VII.
How many of these children's books are you familiar with?
Carlton Cuse has a lot of shows on the air.
I am on board with Last Week Tonight being the future of late night. It's definitely become my favorite late night show in the past months.
Krysten Ritter will guest star on the season premiere of The Blacklist (after all this good Blacklist casting, I might have to get back into The Blacklist).
Take a look at some of the Comedy Central shows that only lasted one season.
Community's Yahoo pick-up caused a little scheduling scramble at this year's Comic-Con, understandably.
Here is the Twin Peaks/Muppets mashup you never knew you wanted.
Taylor Jacob Moore has landed a Frozen role on Once Upon a Time.
Nathan Fielder did not disappoint with Nathan For You's Dumb Starbucks episode.
Meanwhile, Michael Koman talked about how Nathan For You could have been different.
TV Land has cancelled Kirstie after one season. However...
I'm pretty happy that TV Land has picked up The Jim Gaffigan Show.
Watch a blooper reel from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: