Those free HuffPo buses are actually quite expensive, Doctor Who in America, and the full poster for this year's Halloween-themed Simpsons episode—inside!
In TV News...
- Yikes, it sounds like people at the HuffPo that aren't named Arianna Huffington aren't too thrilled with the $250K that her promised free buses will cost. [The Wrap]
- The kid from Two and a Half Men is getting another raise—$300K per episode! [Warming Glow]
- Celebrity bowling will be back on your syndicated TV screens soon! [Variety]
- Bruce Springsteen might appear on Glee. [Show Biz Spy]
- A double arm amputee has won China's Got Talent. Very inspiring! [Gawker]
- Laura Ling (sister of Lisa Ling and once-detained in North Korea) will host a new investigative show on E! called E! Investigates. [Media Decoder]
- Jerry Lewis' telethon will go from 21 hours to 15 this year. [Yahoo News]
- Are you ready to get nasal? Fran Drescher is reported to be launching her own talk show. [Vulture]
- Have you caught any of the British Sherlock series? They are fantastic and, lucky for you, they're coming to PBS on October 24th. [io9]
- Speaking of British TV shows, apparently a part of Doctor Who's new season will be filmed in America. [TV Squad]
Around the Web...
- In honor of yesterday's date (10/10/10) here's a look back at the origin of David Letterman's Top 10 List. [Clicker]
- Urlesque is taking a day off from their regular beat and appreciating things that aren't from the internet today. [Urlesque]
- A conversation with Ben Folds and Nick Hornby about their new album. [New York Magazine]
- The food pyramid—what is it, and how has it changed? [Lifehacker]
- A tribute to some of the most obsessive best buddies on TV. [TV Squad]
- Get off of Liza Minelli's case, okay? She's just waiting around to play Lucille 2 in the possibly-who-knows-if-its-really-happening Arrested Development movie. [Vulture]