TV News, Links, and What to Watch Tonight

ABOVE: The casts of Judd Apatow's foray into television (Undeclared and Freaks and Geeks) at their reunion of sorts at PaleyFest this weekend. Read more at TV Done Wright and Warming Glow]

What's New on TV Tonight

8 PM — 9 PM
NBC: Chuck
FOX: House
ABC: The Bachelor (season finale)
CBS: Mad Love
ABC Family: Pretty Little Liars

9 PM — 10 PM
NBC: The Event
FOX: The Chicago Code
SYFY: Being Human
TLC: Cake Boss
VH1: Wedding Wars
BBC America: Top Gear
USA: Monday Night RAW
Oxygen: The Bad Girls Club
Food Network: Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives
Travel Channel: Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

10 PM — 11 PM
NBC: Harry's Law
MTV: Skins
SYFY: Stargate Universe
ABC: The Bachelor: After the Final Rose
Food Network: Meat and Potatoes
Bravo: Bethenny Ever After
TLC: 10 Kids and Counting
Biography: Shatner's Raw Nerve

Tonight's Late Night Guests

The Daily Show: Prince Zeid Raad — repeat (Comedy Central)
The Colbert Report: Jimmy Fallon, Mark W. Moffett — repeat (Comedy Central)
Conan: Adam Sandler, Donald Glover, Guster — repeat (TBS)
Lopez Tonight: Mila Kunis, Dr. Drew Pinksy, Chrisette Michele — repeat (TBS)
Chelsea Lately: Isla Fisher — repeat(E!)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Ryan Phillippe, Mila Kunis, the new "Bachelorette", Ron Sexsmith (ABC)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Jane Lynch, Chris Matthews, Avril Lavigne (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Tyra Banks, Holt McCallany, the Chieftains (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Charles Barkley, Cold War Kids (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Lewis Black, Stackridge (CBS)

  • In TV News...

  • As we all know, Larry King has been restless since giving up his chair at CNN. What's next for the ol' guy? Possibly becoming a contributor for The Daily Show. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • No surprise here—ABC has renewed both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. By the way, the latest Bachelorette will be announced tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live. [Inside TV]
  • Richard Hatch—yes, the first-ever winner of Survivor and current Celebrity Apprentice contestant—is being sent to jail again for not paying his taxes. This time, he'll do 9 months for not paying taxes for the money he won on Survivor. Some people never learn? [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Comedy Central is planning an all-star tribute to the late Greg Giraldo called Give It Up For Giraldo. The show will air March 18th, at 11:30pm. [The Wrap]
  • Spoiler alert: Holly will be involved in Michael Scott's last episode on The Office—in at least some way, shape, or form. [TVLine]
  • The cast of Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared reunited at PaleyFest this weekend—here's 9 things you didn't know about the former. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright has been asked to direct an episode of The Walking Dead's second season. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Check out this very-cool Glee poster, designed by Tom Whalen for Paleyfest. [Pop Culture Brain]
  • Seth MacFarlane has nominated Sam Rockwell to replace Charlie Sheen in Two and a Half Men. Interesting choice. [Inside TV]
  • Here's a pretty wonderful list of the top 10 most memorable guests on <i>The Adventures of Pete and Pete. [Splitsider]
  • Even Kristen Wiig's mother hates Gilly. [Warming Glow]
  • Around the Web...

  • Tracy Morgan was photographed shirtless and holding a light saber—which we'll hope is for an upcoming episode of 30 Rock. [Best Week Ever]
  • The eight types of hecklers and the comedians who shut them up. [Splitsider]
  • Sure, there's a March Madness for those who like basketball, but there's also one for those who like beards. [Laughing Squid]
  • Hey now! A romantic Batman pad you can book for $50 dollars a night. [Gizmodo]
  • Charlie Sheen's speaking-tour sold out in only 18 minutes. What?! [TMZ]
  • The Beach Boys will finally release the Smile sessions. [Pitchfork]
  • Listen to Animal Collective's new mixtape (along with a bunch of shark drawings.) [Vulture]