ABOVE: A snapshot from the forthcoming Comedy Central Awards—but I won't tell you what's going on here if you don't want to be spoiled. Check out another moment from the show featuring Tina Fey here.

What's New on TV Tonight

8 PM — 9 PM
ABC: Dancing With the Stars
NBC: The Biggest Loser
HGTV: My First Place

9 PM — 10 PM
CBS: NCIS: Los Angeles
Syfy: Destination Truth
TLC: What Not to Wear
TruTV: Hardcore Pawn
History: Only in America With Larry the Cable Guy
Travel: Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern
Discovery: Desert Car Kings
PBS: Frontline

10 PM — 11 PM
ABC: Body of Proof (series premiere)
CBS: The Good Wife
NBC: Parenthood
FX: Lights Out
MTV: Teen Mom 2
Syfy: Marcel's Quantum Kitchen
Lifetime: One Born Every Minute
Bravo: The Real Housewives of Miami
Spike: 1,000 Ways to Die
HGTV: What the Sell?
History: Top Shot
BET: The Game

Tonight's Late Night Guests

The Daily Show: Miguel Nicolelis (Comedy Central)
The Colbert Report: Dr. Anthony Fauci (Comedy Central)
Conan: Paul Giamatti, Olivia Munn, Panic! At The Disco (TBS)
Lopez Tonight: Vanessa Hudgens, Sergio Mendes (TBS)
Chelsea Lately: Blake Shelton (E!)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Johnny Knoxville, the latest "Dancing With the Stars" castoff, Britney Spears (ABC)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Howie Mandel, Dierks Bentley (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Liv Tyler, Copyright Criminal All-Stars (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Snoop Dogg (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Larry King, Dr. Sanjay Gupta (CBS)

In TV News...

  • Negotiations are still going strong for Mad Men's fifth season, pushing the premiere date back to 2012. That's right, there will be no Mad Men in 2011. While we're happy the show is definitely coming back, we're still a bit concerned that the show's creator, Matthew Wiener, remains unattached. [Deadline]
  • Remember when Bret Michaels got hit in the head with a piece of the stage at the Tony Awards? We laughed, but he didn't—and now he's suing CBS for not telling him how to exit the stage correctly. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • How I Met Your Mother's Craig Thomas takes a look back at all of Ted's loves on the show—from Mandy Moore to Sarah Chalke. [LA Times]
  • Director David O. Russell will appear on an episode of Gossip Girl as himself. [Vulture]
  • Andrew Dice Clay is joining Entourage for its final season, playing a character in Johnny Drama's cartoon show. [TV Guide]
  • CBS has announced all of their season finales—mark your calendars appropriately. [TVLine]
  • Did you hear? Futurama is being renewed for not one, but two more seasons! [Splitsider]
  • Rihanna will perform at this weekend's Academy of Country Music Awards
    alongside Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles. [HitFix]
  • Goodness! The History Channel placed a bunch of fake alligators coming out of the sewers throughout New York City as a promotion for their new show Swamp People. Sorry guys, but if I saw that and got scared, I would vow to never watch the show. [Inside TV]
  • Glee's "Born This Way" episode that's all about bullying will last a whole 90 minutes. [TV Squad]
  • Rosie O'Donnell's new talk show on the OWN Network will be filmed at Oprah's current soundstage. Harpo Studios 4life? [TVLine]
  • Bravo's heading to Texas for their latest reality show—a dating show called Most Eligible: Dallas will follow socialites as they date their way through the city. [Variety]
  • Neat: Here's David Lynch's original map of Twin Peaks. [io9]
  • Woohoo! FX renewed both Archer and Justified. [Warming Glow]

Around the Web...

  • Here's the first poster for The Hangover 2. [The Daily What]
  • Check out 5 minutes of Your Highness, the medieval stoner comedy that stars Danny McBride. James Franco, and Natalie Portman. [Movieline]
  • The emotions of Emma Watson versus Kristen Stewart. [Buzzfeed]
  • Rob Lowe is on the cover of this month's Vanity Fair, looking just as attractive as ever. [Best Week Ever]
  • Here's some great artwork based on the films by Quentin Tarantino. [/Film]
  • Like space nebulae and video games? You're in luck. [Kotaku]
  • New York Magazine delivered a great profile on the very-funny Hannibal Buress. [NY Mag]
  • James Franco will teach a graduate class about adapting poetry into short films at NYU. [The Hollywood Reporter]