A few of today's main headlines to get you through Monday:
Tonight, the Shorty Awards will be streaming on a computer near you, with host Felicia Day.
If you can't get enough of Steve Carell, you're in luck because he's set to star in an HBO movie alongside James Gandolfini. The movie will be about feuding paleontologists and is based on real-life paleontologists Edward Drinker and Othniel Charles Marsh.
Dexter returns to Showtime June 30 for it's supposed last season and you can check out a teaser for it now:
Mad Men continues to dominate on AMC with it's season six premiere garnering 3.4 million viewers last night. I think it's safe to say Don Draper isn't going anywhere, anytime soon.
Bates Motel, the killer new series from A&E earned a second season order today. This is in no way a surprise after the series premiere had 4.5 total viewers, but it's exciting nonetheless.
If you're a fan of Parks and Recreation (NBC) and/or Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace, you'll want to read Flavorwire's annotated guide to last week's episode, which included several references to Wallace's 1996 novel.
In casting news, Chris Rock is set to join the second season of BET's comedy satire, Real Husbands of Hollywood. The show is co-created by Kevin Hart and also stars him alongside JB Smoove, Nick Cannon, Boris Kodjoe, and Duane Martin.
Melissa McCarthy in in talks to cast Dan Aykroyd in her first directorial film, Tammy. The film was co-written by McCarthy and her husband, Ben Falcone, and will be directed by the two as well. Allison Janney is also in talks to sign on to the film, slated to begin production next month.
And last but not least, if you were, like me, wondering what would happen to The Roots once Jimmy Fallon replaces Jay Leno on The Tonight Show, wonder no more. Questlove spoke to FUSE about the transition and has made it clear that the house band will be remaining by Fallon's side. Watch the Roots frontman talk about it here:
Now you have enough pop culture news to fake your way through a dinner party.