I'm so glad it's almost the weekend, but before we can get to that we have some headlines to go over:

A fan of Arrested Development re-edited season four in chronological order.

Will Arnett will lend his voice in season 25 of The Simpsons.

Fables may break into another medium afterall, this time as a film.

Showtime officially cancelled The Borgias.

Conan will host a series of Johnny Carson interviews on Turner Classic Movies.

The New Yorker looks at the pop song from season four of Arrested Development.

ABC Family won't make a decision on the fate of Bunheads until after the summer.

Marc Maron answered questions on twitter as his 1993 self, which was really entertaining.

NBC has changed the title of its new show, The Family Guide, to Growing Up Fisher.

Conan showed George R.R. Martin videos of fans reacting to the latest episode of Game of Thrones, and the author got a kick out of it.

I forced myself to start using another RSS reader once the news broke that Google Reader would be going away, so it's been awhile since I've been there but Wired has an interesting look at why Google really decided to get rid of the service.

In an effort to actually make itself relevant, Redbox Instant will be compatible with Rokus.

Jennifer Lawrence has joined The Rules of Inheritence.

Danny Pudi will guest star in Hot in Cleveland's live episode.

I'm excited to see Much Ado About Nothing this weekend, but Joss Whedon also confirms in this interview that he has no intention of making Avengers 2 without Robert Downey Jr. Thank god.

And for fun, watch Samuel L. Jackson read a Breaking Bad monologue:

Now you have enough pop culture news to speed up your Thursday.