“CSI” gets a small bump from Patricia Arquette”s backdoor pilot
Wednesday”s cyber-crime-themed “CSI” attracted 9.9 million viewers.
Another report claims Naya Rivera has been fired from “Glee”
Us Weekly reports that Rivera”s contract won”t be renewed for Season 6.
AT&T interested in buying DirecTV
According to The Wall Street Journal, AT&T may spend up to $40 billion on a DirecTV acquisition.
“Lou Avery” from “Mad Men” once had a talk show on Comedy Central
As Keith Olbermann recalls, standup comic-turned-actor Allan Havey hosted “Night After Night with Allan Havey” from 1989 to 1992 on The Comedy Channel, which became Comedy Central in 1991. “You can”t tell by looking at me, but I went into that audition and transformed myself into a middle-aged pain in the butt,” Havey says of his “Mad Men” role.
Clay Aiken takes his Congressional campaign to “The Colbert Report”
Stephen Colbert couldn”t get the former “Idol” to sing the National Anthem.
“Mom,” “The Big C: Hereafter,” “The Fosters” earn Television Academy Honors
HBO”s “Vice” is also being honored by the Academy.
How Caterina Scorsone ended up back on “Grey”s Anatomy”
Scorsone says Shonda Rhimes “has always liked the character of Amelia, so it was kind of always in the back of I think both of our minds that it would be possible that Amelia would come over.” PLUS: Will we get a “Private Practice” update?
“How I Met Your Mother” added to the plaque outside its former studio stage
The CBS comedy”s Stage 22 at 20th Century Fox Studios has also been home to “Dharma & Greg,” “Plant of the Apes” and “Nine to Five.”
Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir may end up calling the Kentucky Derby, anyway
Says Lipinski: “You know what, Johnny, maybe we just do this for ourselves and YouTube it?” Says Weir: “I think we will end up Instagraming the race and then maybe call it whether anyone wants to see it or not. We will pick a horse based on how pretty it is rather than the one that has the best odds.”
Check out “The Hotwives of Orlando”
See Hulu”s spoof of “The Real Housewives.”