Good morning, or afternoon, everyone. I don't have anything to say today which is perfect because we can get right to the headlines.

Game of Thrones writers wrote an episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

NBC has two years to show a ratings increase.

DC has announced a new on-going series which will cast Superman and Wonder Woman as a couple.

I'm pretty sure we'll never see a big star come from a compeition show like The Voice.

Mad Men solved the Bob Benson mystery.

Girl Meets World was officially picked up by Disney. Who won't watch that pilot?

CBS has announced their fall premiere dates.

Did everyone catch Kanye West's American Psycho-themed short film?

Dan Harmon watched the fourth season of Community and unsurprisingly wasn't a fan.

In even more unsurprising news, FX is having issues with Charlie Sheen despite having 50 more episodes (of the previously ordered 100) to shoot.

Lifetime is having issues of their own with Client List star, Jennifer Love Hewitt.

Channing Tatum is looking to produce a sitcom for Nick Zano.

I'm always hesitant when something from the internet is adapted for TV, a pilot with Reggie Watts for Comedy Central does excite me a little bit.

The Veronica Mars movie began production yesterday in LA and Rob Thomas is having issues with MPAA guidelines and you can check out Kristen Bell on set.

Don't expect Neil Patrick Harris to snag another show after How I Met Your Mother wraps next year. The star will be returning to Broadway.

After producing comedies and kid programming for their pilot program, Amazon has now ordered a drama.

And for fun, the AV Club has a list of 26 songs about Superman.

Now you have enough pop culture news to cure a hangover.