Hooray! Comedy Central has ordered 26 new episodes of Futurama, six years after Fox canceled the show.
Smashing Pumpkins appear to have just recruited a 19-year-old drummer. (UPDATE: Confirmed!)
StarPulse did an interview with Mark-Paul Gosselaar after his hilarious in-character guest stint on Fallon.
Jay-Z's crusade against auto-tune has spawned a blog tracking all the reasons T-Pain's favorite vocal effect should be abolished.
IGN has some ideas about why Dominic Monaghan was in that ABC promo.
AMC has is still adding an extra commercial break to Mad Men, but they've decided to keep the episodes at 47-48 minutes and just let the show run past 11 p.m. Set your DVRs accordingly.
Nevermind, a play about Kurt Cobain, debuted in London.
AV Club has an interview with Shepard Fairey, the artist behind that iconic Obama "HOPE" poster.
The new Sunset Rubdown album is streaming at NPR.
Two weeks after his daughter's death, Mike Tyson got married.
Lastly, I'm proud to present "Bro Mitzvah," the new single from child star/Alive favorite Bobb'e J. Thompson.