The Gleeks get zombiefied for the Super Bowl, Project Runway gets yet another spin-off, Gloria Allred gets a courtroom show and MSNBC is rumored to be courting Alec Baldwin to fill Keith Olbermann's shoes.

More images have surfaced of the Glee cast filming their Super Bowl episode. They'll take to the football field as zombies to perform a mash-up of Michael Jackson's ''Thriller'' and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' ''Heads Will Roll.'' [Entertainment Weekly]

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In TV News...

  • Chelsea Handler's pilot Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea has been picked up by NBC. Guess her "dreams" of leaving her late night talk show could become a reality! [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Glee's Ryan Murphy has some choice words for the Kings of Leon after snubbing his show's request to cover their song "Use Somebody"—"fuck you." He continued, saying "They're self-centered a–holes, and they missed the big picture." [TV Line]
  • Following Keith Olbermann's departure from MSNBC, rumor has it that the network is considering Alec Baldwin to fill his shoes. [TV Squad]
  • A study showed that attractive, sexy news anchors distract male viewers. Why anyone needed to fund a study to find that out, I'll never understand. [Miller-McCune]
  • Gloria Allred has gotten her own courtroom television series called We the People With Gloria Allred. It'll debut in the fall. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Just in case you were wondering exactly how poorly SKINS did in its second week, it was 52% from its first episode. Ouch. [Inside TV]
  • Project Runway now has two spin-offs in the works: The first, mentioned here before, is Project Runway: Accessories and the second is Project Runway: Masters which will likely bring back old favorites from past seasons to compete. [Pop Watch]
  • Lori Loughlin and Ryan Eggold will reportedly exit 90210 at the end of this season because the show's next season take place in college and you know what that means: NO PARENTS! [TVLine]
  • Tila Tequila will guest star on an episode of Shit My Dad Says, for reasons no one quite understands. [TV Guide]
  • CBS has renewed it's View-like lady show The Talk for another year. Heaven help us all. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Following in the recent footsteps of Nick Lachey and his ladypal, Diddy will also guest-star on Hawaii Five-0. [TVGuide]

Around the Web...

  • Sure, Tracy Morgan's going after the EGOT—but add in a Daytime Emmy and James Franco just may have himself a DEGOT. [TV Squad]
  • Elton John's cover on US Weekly is apparently too gay for Arkansas. For shame! [Gawker]
  • Here's a theory that compares Saved By the Bell to Community. But there's no inclusion of Senor Chang, what gives? [Buzzfeed]
  • The list of contenders for this year's Puppy Bowl are out and man, are they adorable this year! [Warming Glow]
  • Earlier this week, Bret Michaels underwent surgery to fix a hole in his heart and he is reportedly doing very well. [Pop Eater]
  • Here's the top 50 tweeters in music. [Rolling Stone]