Regis Philbin won't retire from his show as soon as originally announced, Keith Olbermann's new gig, clever Mad Men advertising in New Zealand, and Charlie Sheen will supposedly be back at work on America's favorite sitcom within two weeks.

TV News, Links, and What to Watch TonightS

ABOVE: A New Zealand-based advertising company has taken a smart approach to advertising Mad Men's run. It will begin airing there in February on the network Prime. [/Film]

What's New on TV Tonight

8 PM — 9 PM
CBS: NCIS
FOX: Glee
ABC: No Ordinary Family
NBC: The Biggest Loser
The CW: One Tree Hill
PBS: Pioneers of Television

9 PM — 10 PM
ABC: V
FOX: Raising Hope
CBS: NCIS: Los Angeles
Food Network: Cupcake Wars
History Channel: Only in America With Larry the Cable Guy
BBC America: Ramsay's Best Restaurant
The CW: Hellcats
Discovery: Dirty Jobs
TLC: What Not To Wear

10 PM — 11 PM
CBS: The Good Wife
NBC: Parenthood
TNT: Southland
ABC: Detroit 1-8-7
MTV: Teen Mom 2
Spike: 1000 Ways To Die
USA: White Collar
Bravo: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (extra footage episode)
Comedy Central: Tosh.0 and Onion SportsDome
TLC: Fabulous Cakes

Tonight's Late Night Guests

The Daily Show: T. Boone Pickens, repeat (Comedy Central)
The Colbert Report: Daryl Bem, Brian Greene, repeat (Comedy Central)
Conan: Craig Ferguson, Kevin Hart, Red (TBS)
Lopez Tonight: Channing Tatum, Margaret Cho, 50 Cent with Governor (TBS)
Chelsea Lately: Minka Kelly (E!)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Matthew Perry, Morena Baccarin, Pitbull (ABC)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Javier Bardem, Paula Abdul, Merle Haggard (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Kevin Nealon, Timothy Olyphant, Little Big Town (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Adam Sandler, Chris Colfer, Ty Burrell, Gang of Four (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Emily Blunt, Dr. Kara Cooney (CBS)

  • In TV News...

  • Michelle Obama will appear on Live With Regis and Kelly to promote her "Let's Move!" campaign. [TV Guide]
  • When Gwyenth Paltrow heads back to Glee, she'll perform Prince's hit song "Kiss." [Vulture]
  • Sources are saying that Charlie Sheen will be out of rehab and back to work on the set of Two and a Half Men in two week's time. [Warming Glow]
  • Keith Olbermann's next gig will be on Current TV. [Current]
  • Cameras will be permitted inside the courtroom during Dr. Conrad Murray's trial on his involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson. If that's the kind of think you like to watch. [TMZ]
  • Fans of Mad Men's Paul Kinsey, fear not— Michael Gladis is sure he's not dead and that Matthew Weiner may write him back into the script. [Vulture]
  • Debra Messing will star in NBC's forthcoming musical/television hybrid Smash. [TVLine]
  • You can put the rumors to rest—FX has officially renewed The League for a third season. [TV Squad]
  • Rose McGowan will guest star on Law & Order: SVU as a New York City grifter who frequents swingers clubs. [TV Guide]
  • Doctor Who fans should get a kick out of this infographic (and those who need to brush up on the show should take a peek at this.) [Nerdist]
  • The producers behind the Grimm show (about fairy-tales, remember?) are trying their hardest to cast Julia Roberts as the evil queen. [Deadline]
  • Lost's Ken Leung (Miles) will appear on an episode of The Good Wife as a man suing a social networking site over privacy. [TV Guide]
  • Don't fret too hard about Regis Philbin leaving his post at Live! because he'll leave in November, not August as he previously announced. Phew! [Crains New York]
  • Around the Web...

  • Photos of the 2011 Academy Awards nominees luncheon class photo—or as I'd like to call it—"how many famous people can we cram in one room?" [Thompson Hollywood]
  • The do's and don'ts of parodying Lady Gaga online. [Vulture]
  • Instead of playing a regular set list at a show last Friday, Yo La Tengo performed an entire episode of Seinfeld instead. [Splitsider]
  • Blake Lively could play Carrie Bradshaw in the Sex and the City prequel The Carrie Diaries? I suppose it works, but is there really a need for these movies?? [/Film]
  • In an interview, Jason Sudeikis talks about the possibility of becoming a movie star saying "When my dad, my sister, and I went to see True Grit over the holidays, there was this big poster of Owen and me up in the theater, and they got a bigger bang out of it than I did." [Splitsider]
  • Howard Stern has joined twitter and in doing so, has promised nude photos of his wife. Won't anybody tell him that it's not a requirement for joining? [Pop Eater]