TV News, Links, and What to Watch Tonight

ABOVE: Flickr user daveweekes68 snapped this photo of his local news anchors in Japan this morning: "The helmet wearing news people reflect the reality of the situation in Tokyo as aftershocks continue very frequently." [Flickr]

What's New on TV Tonight

8 PM — 9 PM
ABC: Supernanny
CBS: The Defenders (season finale)
FOX: Kitchen Nightmares
PBS: Washington Week
Syfy: WWE Friday Night Smackdown

9 PM — 10 PM
CBS: CSI: NY
FOX: Fringe
BBC America: Law & Order: UK
Disney: Phineas & Ferb
Discovery: Flying Wild Alaska
TLC: Say Yes to the Dress
Teen Nick: Degrassi
HBO: The Ricky Gervais Show

10 PM — 11 PM
ABC: 20/20
Syfy: Merlin
CBS: Blue Bloods
TLC: DC Cupcakes
Discovery: American Loggers
E!: The Soup and Fashion Police
IFC: Onion News Network
HBO: Real Time with Bill Maher

Tonight's Late Night Guests

Chelsea Lately: Isla Fisher — repeat (E!)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Howard Stern, Michael Franti and Spearhead — repeat (ABC)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Lady Gaga, Sofia Vergara, John Legend — repeat (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Ann Curry, Patrice O'Neal, Raekwon with Ghostface — repeat (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Howard Stern, Naughty By Nature — repeat (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Amanda Peet, Phil Hanley (CBS)

  • In TV News...

  • Eastbound and Down's third season will also be its last. [Inside TV]
  • NBC will put the finale for The Cape online tonight at midnight. [TVLine]
  • The cast and crew of Hawaii Five-0 is safe, sound, and shooting today. [Inside TV]
  • Larry King is so glad that all of this Charlie Sheen business happened after he went off the air. [TV Guide]
  • Jason Preistly has signed on to SyFy's Haven. [TVLine]
  • House spoiler: click to find out who House will run back to upon his breakup with Cuddy. [TVLine]
  • Here's the official poster for Game of Thrones. [Warming Glow]
  • David Simon, creator of The Wire, spoke out yesterday about the arrest of "Snoop." [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • The next Bachelorette will be revealed on Monday during Jimmy Kimmel Live. Any bets on who it will be? [TVLine]
  • Yeah! David Letterman is topping Jay Leno in the ratings race for the younger demographic. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • 57 minutes of the "Hunch Hunch! What What" computer virus on repeat from last week's episode of Archer. Could make for a nice ringtone... [Warming Glow]
  • Eddie Cibrian will take the lead in NBC's pilot Playboy. [TV Guide]
  • Salman Rushdie is writing a script for a new Showtime drama called Next People. [Deadline]
  • Nickelodeon said yes to a fourth season of Yo Gabba Gabba! [TVLine]
  • John Stamos doesn't want to replace Charlie Sheen—or anyone, for that matter. [Ryan Seacrest]
  • Around the Web...

  • Supposedly, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have broken up—for real this time. [People]
  • Lindsay Lohan apparently feels "betrayed" by Saturday Night Live for the jokes they made her last week. [Hollywood Life]
  • Stream the new album by The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. [Vulture]
  • 20 great animated movies for adults. [Entertainment Weekly]
  • Oh no! Comedian Gallagher collapsed while onstage during a performance yesterday. No word on whether or not watermelons were involved. [Washington Post]
  • Fun infographic: The state of the internet. [Buzzfeed]
  • LOL: 20 sexy photos of Tony Danza. [Best Week Ever]
  • Design nerds! Check out this new app, which can display literally 4 billion color combinations and will create color schemes for you based upon intuitive, personal, emotive interaction with color. [Colors By Number]