No second season for Sarah Palin's Alaska, Jessica Walters heads to The Big Bang Theory, Broadway's Wicked heads to and what's new on TV tonight.

Hey, look, it's the Mona Snooki! [via Buzzfeed]

TV News, Web Links, and What to Watch Tonight

What's New on TV Tonight

8 PM — 9 PM
ABC: The Bachelor
FOX: Lie to Me
Bravo: Inside the Actor's Studio (Jim Carrey)
PBS: Antiques Road Show
ABC Family: Pretty Little Liars
ESPN: BCS National Championship
OWN: Enough Already! With Peter Walsh

9 PM — 10 PM
ABC Family: Greek
A&E: Intervention
Oxygen: The Bad Girls Club (Season Premiere)
VH1: You're Cut Off (Season Premiere)

10 PM — 11 PM
ABC: Castle
A&E: Hoarders
Bravo: Tabatha's Salon Takeover
MTV: True Life
TNT: 'Men of a Certain Age (Season Finale)
VH1: The X Life (Season Premiere)

Tonight's Late Night Guests
The Daily Show: Denis Leary (Comedy Central)
The Colbert Report: Fen Montaigne (Comedy Central)
Conan: Adam Sandler, Donald Glover, Guster (TBS)
Lopez Tonight: Lauren Graham, Will Sasso, Plain White T's (TBS)
Chelsea Lately Sophia Bush (E!)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Cameron Diaz, Scott Foley, the Wombats (ABC)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Seacrest, Steven Tyler, Dan Adhoot, Diane Birch (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Winona Ryder, Regina King, Okkervil River (NBC)
Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Bill Cosby, a Top Ten List presented by Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, the Black Keys (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Roseanne Barr, Joe Theismann (CBS)

  • In TV News...

  • Sarah Palin's Alaska won't return for a second season. Phew, it appears we dodged a bullet on that one! [Inside TV]
  • The History Channel has yanked their miniseries The Kennedys—you know, the one starring Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes. Is the actual Kennedy family to blame? [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Broadway fans: Wicked is teaming up with ABC to create a mini-series about the hit show. [TV Line]
  • Jessica Walters (Archer, Arrested Development) will appear in an episode on The Big Bang Theory in February. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Lance Reddick, who you probably know as either The Wire's Cedric Daniels or Fringe's Phillip Broyles, is dropping an album. Hot! [Yahoo]
  • The New York Times did a long (but interesting!) profile of Bravo's Andy Cohen. [NYT]
  • Did you miss Showtime's premieres last night? Watch the entire episodes of Shameless, Episodes and Californication here. [Vulture]
  • BAM! Emeril Lagasse's back in the kicthen wit ha new daily cooking show for the Hallmark Channel. It's set to premiere some time this year. [Hallmark]
  • It seems the "mystery trainers" from The Biggest Loser has been revealed. They are Brett Hoebel and Cara Castranova. [Reality Blurred]
  • Piers Morgan is rounding out the rest of his first week's guests: Howard Stern, Condoleezza Rice, Ricky Gervais and George Clooney. Not too shabby! [Movieline]
  • There are reports saying a number of things about a Justin Bieber episode of Glee: That he'll have three songs, that he'll have only one song, and that he may not even have an episode at all. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? [Inside TV]
  • It looks as though Pretty Little Liars and The Secret Life of the American Teenager aren't going anywhere for awhile—ABC Family has given each another season. [THR]
  • The first images of Fox's Terra Nova have emerged—and it's pretty hard to tell what the heck is going on. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Nice! Delocated has been picked up for a third season. [Splitsider]
  • Around the Web...

  • So, Baz Luhrmann's Great Gatsby might be in 3D. [Vulture]
  • Elijah Wood will reprise his role as Frodo in The Hobbit movie. [Vulture]
  • The Strokes' Julian Casablancas leaked a fake cover for the band's new album on twitter. What, does he think he's Kanye or something? [Twitter]
  • Paul Giamatti will play a villain related to Ken Jeong's character in The Hangover 2. [Splitsider]
  • Khloe Kardashian is rumored to be pregnant with Lamar Odom's child. Hurray? Sounds like the perfect plot for their newly announced spin-off show. [New York Post]
  • Michael Showalter details his five favorite sandwiches in America. [Paper Mag]