Bones gets a spinoff, Lost's Jeremy Davies gets Justified, Kristin Davis heads to NBC, and CBS orders full seasons of all its fall pilots (yes, including the oh-so-shitty $#*! My Dad Says.)

TV News and the Best of the Rest on the Web

The cast of Modern Family waits in the green room at Larry King Live. [via @kingsthings]

  • In TV News...
  • CBS has ordered full seasons of all five of its pilots this season! So get used to The Defenders, Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods, Mike & Molly and $#*! My Dad Says until at least next May! [TV Squad]
  • Fox will reportedly create a spinoff of Bones. No word on which character it will be based on yet! [TV Squad]
  • An upcoming episode of 30 Rock will take place on a plane with Carol in control. Liz will be on board and be seated next to a neurotic passenger. [TV Squad]
  • ABC is planning a comedy based around the idea of party planners, but all I can hear is blah blah blah, Party Down ripoff. [Deadline]
  • Lost's Jeremy Davies has been cast on Justified. Daniel Faraday lives! [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Cybill Shepherd and Bruce McGill will play Stephanie's parents on No Ordinary Family. [Ausiello Files]
  • You can watch a preview of Community's Halloween episode online! [Warming Glow]
  • Kristin Davis has signed on to NBC's adaptation of The Happiness Project. [Vulture]
  • Gerard Butler is developing a series for Starz about Alan Pinkerton, the creator of the first detective agency in the United States. [Vulture]
  • Around the Web...
  • Remember Mel Gibson's cameo in the Hangover 2 movie that we mentioned the other day? Well, the cast and crew caught wind of it and protested against it. It's not happening anymore. [TMZ]
  • And less than a day later, Liam Nesson has been cast as his replacement. [Vulture]
  • Did you miss the Live Coco Cam? You can watch video highlights online. [TV Squad]
  • Watch a woman pay $20,000 for Chris Rock to curse out her ex boyfriend. [Warming Glow]
  • Five musicals out on DVD that still haven't ever lost their WTF-ness. [Movieline]
  • Eric Stoltz talked about the 25-year-old Back to the Future footage that's just recently surfaced online. [Movieline]