Jimmy Fallon's "Thank You Notes" get a book deal, Charlie Sheen heads to rehab and puts Two and a Half Men on hiatus, an Arrested Development board game, and a full night of television!

TV News, Links, and What to Watch Tonight

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What's New on TV Tonight

8 PM — 9 PM
ABC: The Bachelor
NBC: Chuck
CW: 90210
FOX: Human Target
ABC Family: Pretty Little Liars
OWN: Enough Already! With Peter Walsh
Cartoon Network: Adventure Time and Regular Show

9 PM — 10 PM
CW: Gossip Girl
FOX: Lie to Me (Season Finale)
NBC: The Cape
A&E: Intervention
ABC Family: Greek
Discovery: American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior
Food Network: Diners, Drive-ins and Dives
Golf Channel: Donald J. Trump's Fabulous World of Golf (Series Premiere)
SyFy: Being Human
TLC: Cake Boss
USA: WWE Monday Night RAW

10 PM — 11 PM
NBC: Harry's Law
A&E: Heavy
MTV: Skins
E!: Fashion Police
History: Pawn Stars
Bio: Shatner's Raw Nerve (Series Premiere)
Bravo: Tabatha's Salon Takeover
OWN: In the Bedroom With Laura Berman
TLC: 19 Kids and Counting

Tonight's Late Night Guests

The Daily Show: Bill Gates (Comedy Central)
The Colbert Report: Samer Shehata, Dr. Paul Offit (Comedy Central)
Conan: Amy Poehler, Tim Heidecker & Eric Wareheim, Randy Rogers Band (TBS)
Lopez Tonight: Jamie Foxx, Jake Johnson (TBS)
Chelsea Lately Kevin Smith (E!)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Julianna Margulies, Matthew Bomer, the JaneDear Girls (ABC)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Adam Sandler, Larry the Cable Guy, Esperanza Spalding (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Bill Paxton, Adam Scott, Edie Brickell (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Justin Bieber, Pauley Perrette, Best Coast (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Rachael Ray (CBS)

  • In TV News...

  • Jimmy Fallon's got a book deal—but it's not for anything "serious" like an autobiography, of course! His segment "Thank You Notes" will be turned into two books. The first of the set will go on sale on May 23rd. [Vulture]
  • If Charlie Sheen's trip to rehab turns Two and a Half Men's hiatus to a permanent shutdown, CBS and Time Warner stand to lose $250 million dollars. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Stone Cold Steve Austin will host the reality show Tough Enough when it changes networks from MTV to USA on April 4th. [TV Squad]
  • NBC has picked up a pilot based upon the Brothers Grimm fairy-tales that they've titled Grimm. [Deadline]
  • Kyra Sedgewick has signed on for six more episodes of The Closer to help lay the groundwork for the show's spin-off series. [TV Squad]
  • Someone's been claiming that Lisa Rinna is in the running to replace Regis Philbin on Live! But why, exactly? [TV Squad]
  • Greg Grunberg will start in a pilot for A&E called Big Mike. It will revolve around Mike, the plus-sized San Diego police detective. [Deadline]
  • John Waters talks about how he got involved in SNL's Digital Short "Do The Creep" saying "I like the politics of the song. It says it's fun to be creepy!" [Splitsider]
  • Carlton Cuse wrote a piece for the New York Times about what his life has been like, post-Lost finale. [NYT]
  • Zachary Levi teases a wedding in an upcoming episode of Chuck. [TVLine]
  • Jordana Brewster will star in the Dallas remake, playing Elena—the daughter of the ranch chef who's in a love triangle with J.R.'s son. [Deadline]
  • Fringe is alive and well in it's Friday-night "death slot." It did really well for the second week in a row. [TVLine]
  • Around the Web...

  • OMG! If this Arrested Development edition of the board game Clue was real, I'd run to the stores to pick up a copy. [Pleated-Jeans]
  • Tracy Morgan continued his streak of Sarah Palin comments, saying "Sarah Palin, you're the hottest MILF in the world," at yesterday's SAG Awards. [The Wrap]
  • Barbara Streisand and Seth Rogen will star opposite of each other in My Mother's Curse. [The Hollyood Reporter]
  • In case you didn't hear, your favorite New Kid on the Block came out over the weekend. Although, Jonathan Knight claims he's never hidden the fact that he was gay. [Billboard]
  • Here's a cute piece about the family behind The Berenstain Bears. [The Washington Post]
  • Have you heard about Mike Birbiglia living in a Macy's window for an entire week? Here's a shot of Michael Showalter and Michael Ian Black paying him a visit. [Pop Culture Brain]
  • Listen to the entire new Cut Copy album, Zonoscope. [Soundcloud]
  • Inside the real life of Jonathan Goldsmith, the actor who plays Dos Equis'
    "Most Interesting Man in the World." [New Yorker]
  • Peep the poster for Kristen Wiig's new movie Bridesmaids. [Vulture]
  • New track from the Fleet Foxes! Download here. [Pitchfork]