I hope everyone's Tuesday is off to a good start. Last night I downloaded Sara Bareilles' new album and fell asleep around 11 so I'm feeling great today. If you aren't so lucky and you're stumbling through today, maybe some headlines will help.
A previously dead character is coming back for Supernatural's ninth season.
Get excited: the Calvin and Hobbes documentary has a release date of November 15th.
I love Thom Yorke but I also love Spotify. Although I totally get why an artist would have an issue with the streaming service.
Good or bad news (or, according to ratings, no news at all): a Sharknado sequel is in the works.
Showtime has renewed Ray Donovan for a second season.
Mira Sorvino was hired on for Psych's ninth (and likely final) season.
Fans will help Jimmy Fallon narrow down possible logos for Tonight Show.
Fans of Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Fassbender will want to watch the trailer for 12 Years a Slave.
Apple is working on an ad-skipping TV service.
SNL hired Claire Mulaney, John's sister, as a writer for next season.
Morrissey wrote a funny and clever apology letter to fans.
ABC Family cancelled The Lying Game.
Obama may show up on ESPN's College Gameday.
Here's your first look at Marve's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Rumors that Joseph Gordon-Levitt could play Doctor Strange are making me extremely excited.
Rob Thomas has signed on to write (at least) two Veronica Mars books.
After watching the first episode of Orange Is the New Black, I went and bought the book by Piper Kerman that the series is based on. Now you can read an excerpt online and see that you should be reading it as well.
And for fun, watch Kristen Wiig go on Jimmy Fallon as Michael Jordan:
Now you have enough pop culture news to spice up that D&D game you have later tonight.