And just like that, it's already the middle of the week. Mine's going pretty well, how about yours? Want to just sit down and have a chat? Maybe over a cup of coffee or something? Nope, you're just here for headlines? Okay, okay.

True Blood may be coming to an end after its seventh season, but the show died a long time ago.

The new Transformers movie is officially called Transformers: Age of Extinction.

What does it mean for Dancing with the Stars having Valerie Harper on the show?

Jon Stewart returned to The Daily Show.

Eastbound and Down released a trailer for its fourth season:

Sofia Vergara remains TV's highest paid actress.

Under the Dome performed better this week now that the CBS blackout has ended.

Looks like The Newsroom is getting a third season afterall.

Sean Anders will direct Horrible Bosses 2.

Breaking Bad's year-long timespan: is it a flaw?

The University of California, Irvine is offering a free online course on The Walking Dead.

David Simon (The Wire) wrote a really sweet email about Idris Elba, saying he always knew she'd be a star.

A lot of amazing people will honor Carol Burnett for her Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, including Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

Vulture has a great list of the 12 Best Episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

Lady Gaga may act as both musical guest and host on Saturday Night Live this season.

The Comedy Central Roast of James Franco didn't do better than Charlie Sheen's, but it did out-perform Roseanne's.

Jodie Foster will direct an episode of House of Cards.

ABC put a few of its new shows online, including Trophy Wife.

Watch the trailer for Runner, Runner:

And for fun, watch this Funny or Die parody of Boardwalk Empire.

Now you have enough pop culture news to take your mind off that person you can't stop thinking about.