Hulu's about to start charging you, the production company that pulled Downfall from YouTube responds, Top Gear comes to America, a glossary of How I Met Your Mother terms, and the ultimate guide to Lost's final episodes.
[Lost creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse in front of a whiteboard riddled with storylines. Image via Wired's fantastic piece that will satisfy any Lost fan. A warning, though—you might discover some spoilers. Click the image to view it full size.]
- In TV News...
- Hulu is pushing forward with their subscription service plan, which doesn't make a lot of people happy. Then again, at $9.95, it's not a price worth bitching about too much. [LA Times]
- You can stream new episodes of Party Down and Gravity on their website before their premieres this weekend. [Pop Candy]
- A list of eleven great nods by actors in Arrested Development to roles they've previously played. How many of these did you catch the first time? [11 Points]
- How I Met Your Mother: A Glossary of Terms is hilarious to all fans of the show and serves as a way for those just getting into the show to catch up. [Television Without Pity]
- You can watch brand-spanking-new webisodes of Community online. [Pop Watch]
- Top Gear is crossing the pond—the show will be adapted for American audiences and will ait on the History Channel. [THR]
- Julie Chen will join Sara Gilbert and two undecided co-hosts for a daytime "TV roundtable" for young Moms. [Inside TV]
- Trouble in paradise for Jersey Shore? Rumors are swirling that MTV is considering replacing a few of the cast members. [TVgasm]
- Around the Web...
- If you're wondering what the deal was with Constatin Film's takedown of all YouTube videos that contained clips from "Downfall"—aka the Hitler meme—the production company is telling their side of the story. [The Hollywood Reporter]
- Did you miss Sarah Silverman's brief appearance on Deadspin yesterday? Here's a breakdown of exactly what went down. [Mediate]
- Best Week Ever asks, What Caused This Healthy Dog To End Up In A Flowery Wheelchair? Yes, it's the dog from Jennifer Lopez's new movie. [BWE.tv]
- Is this tatoo of the "Team CoCo" emblem crossing the line into crazy? We think so, too. [Warming Glow]