Happy Friday, everyone. I'm so excited it's the weekend because I have a lot of fun things planned. But before we can get to that, we've got some headlines.

HBO has cancelled Eastbound and Down, making next season the final season. The final season will begin on September 29th.

It's not all bad news though, because FXX has made their first original series pickup a Danny McBride-produced animated comedy.

Game of Thrones is HBO's second biggest show, behind The Sopranos.

Boardwalk Empire will return on September 8th.

Showtime renewed Nurse Jackie for a sixth season.

Alan Sepinwall has an interview with Adam Scott about his "Greatest Event in Television History" sequel, which aired last night. Find out why the funny guy chose Hart to Hart. Side bar: did you guys watch it? I love when he does these and I think they're hilarious.

Speaking of Game of Thrones, can everyone please stop freaking out about spoilers?

Watch Jon Stewart say goodbye to the Daily Show for a few months while John Oliver settles right in.

Michael Moore writes about why a movie theater he restored has been the #1 movie theater. This place sounds awesome and I wish there was a theater like this where I live.

James Franco wrote an essay about American Psycho.

Samuel L. Jackson wants to be apart of ABC and Joss Whedon's new show, S.H.I.E.L.D.

Take a look at Universal's Fast Food Boulevard. I want to go to there.

Jason Moore (Pitch Perfect) will direct an Archie Comics movie for Warner Bros. I will totally be seeing this with my sister.

Netflix released the trailer for its new show, Orange Is the New Black, which premieres July 11th.

Gillian Jacobs will reunite with ex-Community co-star, Chevy Chase, in Hot Tub Time Machine 2.

News that will definitely make my roommate sad, Esther Williams passed away yesterday. The MGM star/swimmer was 91.

And for fun, fans of Game of Thrones and Princess Bride will love this video:

Now you have enough pop culture news to impress anyone at a frat party this weekend. It's guaranteed.