Today's post is extra long, so I hope you've had your coffee and you're looking for some time to kill. News is definitely picking up this week due to Comic-Con. I've got a lot for you today.
American Dad is moving to TBS next year.
Ellie Kemper will be in How I Met Your Mother's final season.
I would be all over a movie with Woody Allen and Louis C.K.
Read an interview with Mad Men's costume designer, Janie Bryant.
Huey Lewis wrote a plea for banning pre-recorded music at sporting events.
Take a look at Lawrence Gilliard Jr. on the set of The Walking Dead.
Check out the trailer for next season's X Factor and get a glimpse at the new panel.
Google is working on an online TV service.
This New York Times profile on Jack Handey might be my favorite read all week.
Whose Line is It Anyway is a hit for The CW. Last night's revival premiere got big numbers.
Cracked offers Damages online for free.
I'll need to make a trip out to New York to see the Off-Broadway, Saved By The Bell parody, Bayside! The Musical!
Netflix will defeinitely change the Emmy's scene when nominations are announced tomorrow.
Vince Gilligan is satisfied by the last episodes of Breaking Bad.
HBO picked up the Duplass brother's comedy, Togetherness.
Bummer news: Mary-Louise Parker wants to quit acting.
Jezebel writes a farewell to The Glee Project.
Maybe Arrested Development shouldn't get another season.
Awesome, Jimmy Pardo will fill in for Andy Richter on Conan.
Ashley Greene has replaced Anna Kendrick in Zach Braff's Kickstarter-funded movie, Wish I Was Here.
Guys, stop being so mean to Whitney Cummings. It's making her cry.
"Table of Thrones:" A Game of Thrones periodic table.
Esquire defends The Newsroom/Aaron Sorkin's self-rightousness.
James Franco will guest star on the second season of The Mindy Project.
If you'll be at Comic-Con this week make sure to check out Big Bang Theory's "Artist Series."
Heroes is coming back for a season five comic book and I will be reading it. I've enjoyed the previous comic-books for the series and I'm excited for more.
Bear McCreary, The Walking Dead and Agents of Shield composer, talks about scoring the new ABC show.
I'm not surprised to hear about cast shakeups for ABC Family's Ravenswood. Merritt Patterson is taking over one of the lead roles while Model-Not-Actor Elizabeth Whitson is out.
It was only a matter of time until someone made a movie using Instagram.
And for fun, take this TV theme song quiz.
Now you have more than enough pop culture news to stay entertained on your lunch break.