The Root has a feature on "the rise of the black hipster."
My Name is Earl has been canceled, though ABC or Fox could save it.
Unlikely Words has a list of everything Tracy Jordan said on 30 Rock this year.
EW has the latest on a Lost character whose future was left in doubt by the season finale.
Will Ferrell will be Conan's first guest on The Tonight Show.
OK, Jamie Foxx should not be cast as Frank Sinatra.
Hell yeah! Jon Gruden is replacing Tony Kornheiser on Monday Night Football.
Stereogum pays tribute to the Flaming Lips' The Soft Bulletin, which turns 10 years old this week.
Pitchfork's latest 5-10-15-20 feature gives us a peek into the musical life of Doves' Jimi Goodwin.
Another of my favorite recurring features, AV Club's Random Roles, features Jane Lynch today.
This Twitter-inspired movie actually sounds quite fascinating.
The bizarre chain of events that landed Yung Joc in the hospital involved a coked up German Shepherd.
24 wrapped up its seventh season last night. The LA Times lists reasons it was a good one. Not everyone thinks so, though.
Lastly, check out the new video for Modest Mouse's "Satellite Skin."