Snooki will wrestle once more for Wrestlemania, Chloe Sevigny will play Lizzie Borden, Gilbert Gottfried gets fired from Aflac, Ricki Lake is poised for a comeback and the Comedy Central roast of Donald Trump airs tonight at 11.

ABOVE: Guess which Glee star once appeared on Blind Date? We see you, Darren Criss! [Vulture]

What's New on TV Tonight

8 PM — 9 PM
NBC: The Biggest Loser
FOX: Glee
Comedy Central: Onion SportsDome

9 PM — 10 PM
FOX: Raising Hope and Traffic Light
TLC: What Not to Wear
HGTV: My First Place
History Channel: Only in America With Larry the Cable Guy
Bravo: Million Dollar Listing
Travel Channel: Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern
WE: Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best

10 PM — 11 PM
ABC: Detroit 1-8-7
FX: Lights Out
Bravo: The Real Housewives of Miami
Comedy Central: Tosh.0
Discovery: American Treasures
History Channel: Top Shot
BET: The Game

Tonight's Late Night Guests

Conan: Javier Bardem, Rashida Jones, Steel Train — repeat (TBS)
Lopez Tonight: Seth Rogen, Ginnifer Goodwin, Sick Puppies — repeat (TBS)
Chelsea Lately: Sophie Monk — repeat (E!)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jane Lynch, David Boreanaz, Avril Lavigne (ABC)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Wanda Sykes, Simon Pegg, Juanes (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Ted Danson, Kenny Rogers (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Bradley Cooper, Mindy Kaling, Bob Geldof (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Martha Stewart (CBS)

In TV News...

  • Following her smashing WWE debut last night, Snooki has signed up for Wrestlemania as well. This all seems so fitting! [Warming Glow]
  • Chloe Sevigny will play Lizzie Borden in a new HBO miniseries about the woman accused of murdering her father and step-mother. [Deadline]
  • Will Forte will voice a regular role on the animated show Allen Gregory. [Deadline]
  • Aww—Mary Steenburgen is joining the cast of Bored to Death, which you may recall also stars her husband Ted Danson. [New York Post]
  • Comedy Central will air a new show tonight, after the Roast of Donald Trump, but isn't saying what show it actually is! [Splitsider]
  • Fox has announced the premiere dates for So You Think You Can Dance (May 26th), Masterchef (June 6th), and Hells Kitchen (July 19th.) [TV Squad]
  • Gilbert Gottfried has been fired as the voice of the Aflac Duck as a result of his offensive tweets about Japan's tsunami aftermath. [Biz Journal]
  • Hear Glee's original song from tonight's episode. [Pop Culture Brain]
  • TLC has announced their week-long programming schedule dedicated to the Royal Wedding. [Inside TV]
  • Aw, here's Melissa Joan Hart talking about that Clarissa sequel that never was. [TV Squad]
  • Ricki Lake is planning a comeback for 2012—in the form of a new daytime talkshow. Consider yourself warned! [B&C]
  • That new Sandman TV series isn't happening after all. [Warming Glow]
  • ABC Family will air the first footage from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows next weekend as the finale to their "Harry Potter Weekend." [Collider]
  • Fran Drescher's Happily Divorced is close to a series pickup on TV Land. [Deadline]
  • Joan and Melissa Rivers reality show (Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?) has been renewed for another season. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Not that you needed another reason, but here's 15 reasons to watch TV this Spring. [The Daily Beast]
  • Is Katie Couric headed to daytime TV? [TV Guide]

Around the Web...

  • Where have you seen Raising Hope's Garret Dillahunt before? (Hint: they don't mention it, but he's definitely one of Mike Dexter's pals in Can't Hardly Wait.) [TV Guide]
  • Justin Bieber unveiled his wax replica at Madam Tussauds, and proceeded to beat it up. [ONTD]
  • Watch the first five minutes of Jake Gyllenhaal's The Source Code. [Yahoo]
  • The Beastie Boys' new album "Hot Sauce" will be released in May. [NME]
  • The 8 stages of Oscar winners who move to television. [Movieline]
  • Watch Tyra Banks and André Leon Talley talk about trenchcoats and fa-fa-fa-fashion. [Entertainment Weekly]
  • After five years of production, the Zune is dead. [Buzzfeed]
  • Here's a photo that John Stamos tweeted about Matt Stone, Trey Parker, and The Book of Mormon. [TwitPic]
  • Listen to Iron and Wine cover George Michael. [A.V. Club]
  • Would you watch Tom Hanks as the captain in the Somali pirates story? [Deadline]