MTV forces Daft Punk to cancel on Stephen Colbert for VMAs; Robin Thicke fills in
Colbert was so ticked off at MTV he spilled the beans that Daft Punk would perform at the Video Music Awards. PLUS: Watch Colbert’s epic “Get Lucky” dance party with Jimmy Fallon, “Breaking Bad,” Jon Stewart, Henry Kissinger, “America’s Got Talent” and more.
Jason Priestley is writing his memoir
Priestley promises to share new details of his life on the “Beverly Hills 90210” set.
Jay Leno visits MSNBC to talk politics and his Obama interview
“He thinks the way I think,” “The Tonight Show” host, in an interview with Lawrence O’Donnell, said of the president, though Leno said he’s a fiscal conservative and social liberal. PLUS: Obama talked about all current news events in Leno interview.
“The Following” adds “Dexter” bad guy
Sam Underwood will become a series regular next season.
Check out “Doctor Who” fan art, created by a teenage Peter Capaldi
Capaldi was such a huge fan of “Who” growing up, he would write “numerous letters” inquiring about the show.
Justin Kirk joins FX’s “Tyrant”
The “Weeds” alum will play an American diplomat in the Middle East.
Lindsay Lohan boosts “Chelsea Lately’s” ratings
About 890,000 tuned in, up 57% from the previous episode with Lisa Kudrow.
Wil Wheaton slams Discovery for showing “Megalodon”
“There is nothing high quality or enlightening,” he says, “about deliberately misleading your audience during what is historically an informative and awesome week of programming.”
Honey Boo Boo’s dad hospitalized for a mysterious brain disorder
The TLC stars have been gathered this week in Jacksonville in support of Mike “Sugar Bear” Thompson.
Amanda Righetti and Owain Yeoman are leaving “The Mentalist”
They’ll exit the CBS series toward the end of the season.
Angus T. Jones sends Charlie Sheen a special birthday card
Sheen tweeted of his former “Two and a Half Men” co-star: “such a cute kid and quite the artist!”
“Breaking Bad” talk show’s 1st guests: Vince Gilligan and Julie Bowen
“Talking Bad” will be hosted by Chris Hardwick. PLUS: “Breaking Bad” gets the “honest trailer” treatment.