Morning, gang. I'm not sure how I feel about Tuesday yet but I'm hoping it picks up a bit soon. There are dogs in the office today so it can't be a total bad day.

Bunheads said goodbye with a dance video.

I'm not over Bunheads' cancellation, but at least I'll get to see Sutton Foster on Psych.

Check out these unused animatics from several Marvel movies, including an alternate ending for Iron Man 3.

Mitch Hurwitz is working on the Arrested Development movie right now.

Sherlock shot fake scenes to prevent potential spoilers.

The VMA's N'Sync reunion was so short because of Justin Timberlake (I mean, obviously). Plus: Here's how that reunion happened.

A lot of past Glee cast members will return for the Cory Monteith tribute episode.

Sons of Anarchy is the latest show to get an after-show, but theirs will be online.

The new Simpsons promo pays tribute to Homeland:

Here's a list of terrible Batman/Superman storylines.

Demi Lovato is playing Naya Rivera's love interest on Glee next season.

Doesn't look like Peter Capaldi will have to change his accent for Doctor Who.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have been asked to return as Golden Globe hosts (but don't get your hopes up).

This video explained last weekend's Breaking Bad epiphany involving the ricin. Vulture also broke it down.

I honestly don't know if it'll make it that long (I'm predicting a ratings drop next season) but I'm glad to hear Under the Dome isn't planning on lasting more than three seasons.

Looks like an animated Scooby-Doo movie is coming to theaters.

Judd Apatow and Amy Schumer are teaming up for a movie, and I couldn't be more excited.

Here's a first look at James Franco on The Mindy Project.

I enjoyed this video of Kevin Spacey telling TV execs they need to change things up.

Matt Damon might return as Jason Bourne.

Now you have enough pop culture news to read while you sit on the couch with your dog. If you don't have a dog, I'm very sorry about that.