Sorry for taking the day off yesterday, I've come down with something that has had me stuck in bed the past couple days. But I'm here now to cover what I missed and give you some new stuff. Also, TGIF.

History (formerly The History Channel) is working on a miniseries about Harry Houdini that will star Adrien Brody. That's something I might actually watch.

While some shows may be coming to an end, others are just starting up and THR has your guide to the premiere dates.

Someone out there thinks we need a Point Break remake, and Ericson Core is going to direct it

Ryan Murphy continues his television domination, this time landing a pilot order at HBO for a new drama, Open.

Jonathan Winters (It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, The Smurfs) has passed away at 87.

In casting news, Kristin Chenoweth is set to star opposite Matthew Broderick in a new, untitled CBS pilot. 

Last night, Glee aired an episode dealing with school shootings and some people are clearly upset by it.

Revenge plans to kill off a major character in tonight's two-hour season finale. 

B.J. Novak (The Office, The Mindy Project) has signed a two-book deal with Alfred A. Knopf. The first book (an anthology of short stories) is set to be released in 2014.

Speaking of books, Ken Marino and Erica Oyama are adapting the popular children's book, Go The F*** To Sleep, into a movie

And in case you missed it, The Simpsons will have a Breaking Bad-inspired couch bit this weekend.

Now you have enough pop culture news to entertain friends at a house party tonight.