Here's a few headlines to get you through the day.
In exciting news for fans of Chuck (or Dexter, I GUESS), Yvonne Strahovski is returning for Dexter's last season in a multi-episode arc.
Cult, CW's major freshman flop, has been removed from the network's schedule. Re-runs of The Carrie Diaries will air in place of its Friday 9pm slot.
Let's forget about who will replace Jimmy Fallon on Late Night for a second because Alec Baldwin may join the late-night lineup. He's in talks to take over Carson Daly's timeslot, meaning NBC's late-night lineup could look a whole lot different next year.
MTV's has officially cancelled Buckwild after cast member Shain Gandee died last week.
Speaking of MTV, their upcoming show, Zach Stone is Gonna be Famous released its first trailer today. The premiere is set to air May 2.
Come October, we can expect a horror anthology series on Syfy as a part of its 31 Days of Halloween. The series will be written, directed and produced by Jamie Foxx. Yes, that Jamie Foxx.
In casting news, Noah Emmerich has been cast in the last major lead role of Jane Got A Gun. Emmerich will star opposite Natalie Portman and Bradley Cooper. The movie will be directed by Gavin O'Connor.
Don't hold your breath for the Arrested Development movie; Jason Bateman says it could be a couple years away:
Now you have enough pop culture news to impress that guy or gal you've been casually flirting with at the gym.