True Blood's been renewed already, Mad Men's Season 4 poster, Amanda Bynes retires from "acting," Larry King will host an oil spill celebrity telethon, and Sherri Shepherd accidentally demonstrates how to give a handjob earlier today, live on The View.

Link Roundup: TV News and the Best of the Rest on the WebS


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  • In TV News...
  • The official Mad Men season four poster has arrived. [Ausiello Files]
  • American Idol is now set on auditioning 15-year-olds for the next season of their show. [Ryan Seacrest]
  • Can't get enough of The Fabulous Beekman Boys? There's a live, 24-hour Beekman Goat Cam that features Farmer John's 80 goats. [Planet Green]
  • I don't watch Burn Notice, but to those who have caught an episode or two, this graphic describing the formula for every episode should be pretty funny. [The Live Feed]
  • The Soup Nazi, made famous by Seinfeld, will be back in business on West 55th Street in Mid-July! [Grub Street]
  • Weird thing of the day: Star Trek mashed up with Ke$ha's Tik Tok. [Warming Glow]
  • True Blood has been renewed for a fourth season. [The Live Feed]
  • Five Futurama characters that deserve their own spin-off. [TV Squad]
  • Larry King will host a two-hour telethon chock-full of celebrities like Ryan Seacrest and Kathy Griffin. It's to benefit the Gulf and will air tonight. [New York Times]
  • An interview with Craig Kilborn—where the hell has he been? [The Wrap]
  • Around the Web...
  • Toy Story 3 racked up 109 million in the box office this weekend—Pixar's best opening to date. [Box Office Mojo]
  • Paul Rudd talks about his role in Dinner for Schmucks—a Summer comedy that actually looks pretty darn funny! [New York Magazine]
  • A very interesting read by Caroline McCarthy that talks about the woes of the once-beloved Digg. [CNET]
  • The poster for Social Network has been revealed. To refresh your memories, it's the movie about Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg—played by Jesse Eisenberg. [CNET]
  • Lady Gaga is on the cover of Rolling Stone and she's naked, per usual. [Best Week Ever]
  • Amanda Bynes says she's retiring from acting. Forgive me, but I can't remember a decent thing she's "acted in" since All That. [Buzz Sugar]
  • Speaking of All That, here's an awesome family tree of all spawned spin-off—from Kenan & Kel to Action League Now. [Geekosystem]