The Glee kids take over next month's GQ, Conan's house band gets a name, NBC renews a slew of new shows—including Outsourced if you can believe it!
The cover of next month's GQ belongs to Glee. Lea Michele, Dianna Agron, and Cory Monteith dressed up in what looks to be American Apparel's best and were photographed by resident photographer of all things 'hip', Terry Richardson. [Oh No They Didn't]
In TV News...
- Conan's house band has a name! Jimmy Vivino and the Basic Cable Band. [The Wrap]
- Neat! Someone has drawn up a map of what Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce's offices might look like. [Buzzfeed]
- ABC Family pulled the Friday Night Lights reruns from their lineup. [TV Guide]
- NBC has picked up The Event, Law & Order: Los Angeles, and Outsourced (!?@>#!$!$%#!#) for full seasons. Somebody please just tell me that Outsourced's renewal won't mess with my Parks and Recreation. [USA Today]
- Continuing their giving streak, today NBC ordered a full season of Chase. Is now a good time to ask how it is? [Vulture]
- Fans of V, more bad news. No, your show isn't almost-canceled again, but ABC has dropped down the number of episodes this season from 13 to 10. [TV Squad]
- Mark Hoppus (of Blink 182 fame) has a new show on Fuse.tv! In this episode, he first hears the news that the cast of Glee has as many Billboard hits as The Beatles do. [Fuse]
- This survey of late night talk show guests compared to the general population numbers is really quite interesting. [Ed Lund Art]
- Tom Bosley, also known as Howard Cunningham on Happy Days, has passed away. [TV Squad]
- What were Mad Men's 10 most meaningful lines of the season. [TV Squad]
Around the Web...
- Elton John hates television's obsession with talent shows? [TV Squad]
- Photos from Bethenny Frankel's childhood photos have found their way online. She was cute! [Radar Online]
- Personally, I don't like to hear about Morgan Freeman's divorce woes, but if you want all of the gritty details you can read about it here. [Guardian]
- Here it is: Best Week Ever's final Mad Men recap for the season. [Best Week Ever]
- Did you know that Simon Pegg has penned an autobiography? Well he has, and here's what you can expect from it. [Den of Geek]
- The lovely Amy Sedaris talks about all of her favorite stuff. [Vanity Fair]
- You know technology is really getting out of hand when a computer can create CGI side boob. [Vulture]