Plus: The Strain gets off to a strong start, Spike TV wants another miniseries, and Person of Interest adds a sexy lady.
Plus: NBC renews a summer trio, your first look at Daryl Dixon in The Walking Dead Season 5, and Ben Kingsley is en route to... Spike TV?
The actor announced the news himself via Twitter.
What were your favorite sketches this week?
Plus: J.K. Rowling is headed to HBO, Best Week Ever is dead again, the final two SNL hosts of the season, and Netflix orders its first Spanish-language series.
Plus: Scandal goes out on top, SNL is throwing a live reunion bash for its 40th birthday, and Denis O'Hare new role on American Horror Story.
Plus: NBC puts a date on Maya Rudolph's variety show, Colbert will visit Letterman, and Game of Thrones sets a new record.
Plus: Do people not like Mad Men anymore?, WGN is adapting the comic Scalped, and what if the media covered the Game of Thrones shocker?
Plus: Resurrection kills it in its debut, Cosmos shrinks for Fox, and James Roday lands his next gig.
Plus: Matt Lauria, Skeet Ulrich, and Greg Grunberg have also landed new roles, and True Detective's director won't be back for Season 2.
How many nerd sketches is too many nerd sketches?
Plus: Duck Dynasty's ratings are slipping, SNL has a new "Weekend Update" anchor, and Adrianne Palicki's all About A Boy.
Plus: A new trailer for Season 2 of Da Vinci's Demons, Melissa McCarthy will host SNL again, and The Walking Dead's David Morrissey has a new job.
Plus: Sons of Anarchy wants more Wendy, SNL adds two black female writers, and the creator of Happy Endings has a new comedy project in the works.
Plus: A premiere date for Sundance's The Red Road, Downton Abbey is big but not as big as football, and moms invade Old Spice.
Plus: Kurt Sutter already has his next project in the works, Jamie-Lynn Sigler is headed to Dads, and Modern Family will travel to Vegas.
Paul Rudd and John Goodman have also been announced as upcoming hosts.
Plus: Fred Durst is teaming up with The CW, Connie Britton wants to return to American Horror Story, and Lady Gaga is hosting SNL again.
It's time to recall NBC.
Plus: Doctor Who is getting the royal treatment, ABC wants more Goldbergs, and Damon Lindelof quit Twitter.