Bravo renews a whole slew of shows, John Goodman joins the cast of Damages, get ready for Fox's I Hate My Teenage Daugher, and the Glee kids will appear on Sunday's Cleveland Show.

TV News, Web Links, and What to Watch Tonight

Holy TV cross-over, Batman! Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, and Cory Monteith will lend their voices to this Sunday's episode of The Cleveland Show when a couple of McKinley High students drop by the show.

What's New on TV Tonight

8 PM — 9 PM
ABC: Winter Wipeout
CBS: Shit My Dad Says
FOX: Million Dollar Money Drop

9 PM — 10 PM
ABC: Grey's Anatomy
A&E: The First 48
Bravo: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
HGTV: Selling New York
TLC: Police Women of Cincinnati
truTV: World's Dumbest Criminals

10 PM — 11 PM
ABC: Private Practice
A&E: Beyond Scared Straight (Series Premiere)
Cooking Channel: Food Jammers
Food Network: Ace of Cakes
MTV: Jersey Shore
TLC: Secrets of the Secret Service

Tonight's Late Night Guests
The Daily Show: Ron Howard (Comedy Central)
The Colbert Report: Kevin Spacey (Comedy Central)
Conan: Ricky Gervais, Kaitlin Olson, Cheap Trick (TBS)
Lopez Tonight: David Duchovny, Kristen Schaal, Saving Abel (TBS)
Chelsea Lately Sara Bareilles (E!)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Guest director Michel Gondry, Seth Rogen, Elle Fanning, the Damned Things (ABC)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Cameron Diaz, Eric Stonestreet, the Civil Wars (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Donald Trump, Bobby Moynihan, Neon Trees (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Kelsey Grammer, Amar'e Stoudemire, Gregg Allman (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Denis Leary, Kathleen Madigan (CBS)

  • In TV News...

  • Lots of news from Bravo today: Work of Art, Flipping Out, The Rachel Zoe Project have all been renewed. Top Chef Masters was renewed—and given a new host, Curtis Stone. Bethenny Gets Married was also renewed and given a new name: Bethenny Ever After. That's cute. No, really. [TV Guide]
  • So, what's happening with Law & Order: LA? Now that Skeet Ulrich has dropped out of the project, Alfred Molina will play a cop instead of the District Attorney, as originally cast. Good luck with that. [Vulture]
  • Tosh.0 kicked off season three with its highest ratings yet, up 33% from last year. Inviting Antoine Dodson on for a Web Redemption didn't hurt, either. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Conan's Justice League character, The Flaming C, has been made into an action figure. [Splitsider]
  • America Ferrera will join the cast of The Good Wife as—get this—a romantic interest for Alan Cumming's character. Odd couple, much? [Inside TV]
  • Fox has picked up a half-hour pilot called I Hate My Teenage Daughter. That's putting it quite bluntly, isn't it? [Inside TV]
  • FX's boxing drama Lights Out debuted to ratings that were even worse than their now-canceled drama Terriers. So in other words, don't get too attached. [Inside TV]
  • John Goodman has joined the cast of Damages, playing the role of a shady CEO. [USA Today]
  • SpikeTV has acquired Three Sheets, and will begin airing it weekly starting next month. This is good news for those who like classic combination of drinking and traveling! [THR]
  • The Parents Television Council really hates MTV's version of SKINS, which isn't much of a surprise at all. [TV Squad]
  • Depressing image of the day: Jersey Shore babies. [The Daily What]
  • Robert Wagner will voice Charlie in ABC's reboot of the Charlie's Angels series. [Vulture]
  • A look at the rise and fall of the sitcom in the 1980s. [A.V. Club]
  • How nice: David Letterman gave Conan O'Brien a call over the holidays. Said Coco: "We hadn't spoken in a long time. He said I haven't checked in on you and want to make sure we're good. I said, 'We've always been good.' I said he didn't owe me a call, but I appreciate it." [Inside TV]
  • Around the Web...

  • Michael Cera, Tony Danza, and Martin Starr went for ice cream together, leaving people like me to speculate as to why. A meeting of the comedic minds, perhaps? Either way, it's been too long since Martin Starr's been on TV (since Party Down) so hopefully, he's getting some work out of it. [Best Week Ever]
  • Kanye West wears an $180,000 watch with his face on it. Is anyone surprised? [Pop Eater]
  • Here are the growing signs that America (and the world) has become truly obsessed with Facebook. [Jezebel]
  • R. Kelly made a video in which he sings "Happy Birthday to You" to himself. Because, well, why not? [Interweber]
  • Listen to a new Best Coast track called "When You Wake Up" from the Best Coast/Wavves EP. [Some Kind of Awesome]
  • Devandra Banhart has made a soft-core film of he and his girlfriend trying on glasses in a bath tub. Let's all keep in mind when he used to date Natalie Portman while watching! [Stereogum]
  • 50 film critics voted on the worst movies of 2010, and Sex and the City 2 and Little Fockers received the honors. [Movieline]