Oh my god oh my god, the Wu-Tang Clan reunited and performed a new show on The Daily Show.

John Oliver used a blind selection hiring technique and ended up with a diverse range of writers for Last Week Tonight.

If you like documentaries, you'll enjoy this list of the top docs as decided by critics and filmmakers.

The next Terminator movie will be called Terminator: Genisys. Ugh.

I love this oral history of The Wonder Years.

I read this Vice column about James Franco's Child of God, but I honestly hate reviews that claim everyone else just doesn't "get" a film.

Buzzfeed is finding awesome ways to use it's slider tool. This time, you can look at cartoon characters in the first and last episodes of their series.

And then use the same tool to see how the cast of Saved by the Bell has changed since the show. PLUS: Be sure to watch a clip from Lifetime's Unauthorized Saved by the Bell TV Movie (or don't, it really won't change your life in any way).

St. Vincent will be the bandleader on Late Night with Seth Meyers next week.

My favorite read from today is this article about Nicolas Roeg and his sci-fi film, The Man Who Fell To Earth.

Time has an infographic that shows Hollywood's movie calendar.

You'll want to set some time out of your day to read this profile on Jenji Kohan.

Then read this write-up of the Orange is the New Black panel that was moderated by Chelsea Handler.

Lizzy Caplan went on Conan and discussed filming her first sex scene on Masters of Sex.

I don't know that this is new news, but there will be more Arrested Development, eventually, in the future.

I'm pretty excited that Grace Helbig is shooting a comedy/talk show pilot for E!.

The next two Lego movies have release dates.

Watch a trailer for The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.

True Detective wasn't plagiarized.

And for fun, watch Christina Hendricks try to work in a modern office: