Scandal's Kerry Washington was married last week . . . to an NFL Pro Bowl CB.
Vince Gilligan told The Wrap that the Saul Goodman/Breaking Bad spin-off is moving forward "full steam ahead." The offshoot, which Gilligan and writer Peter Gould would pitch to "Breaking Bad" studio Sony, isn't a sure thing. That said, Gilligan, who began talking about the idea last year, admitted hat it is his only post-"Breaking Bad" project at the moment. Read the full interview here.
The second episode of Under The Dome was good, but definitely a step back from the premiere. I'm sticking with it.
David Fynn has landed a regular role on NBC’s midseason comedy Undateable, from executive producer Bill Lawrence and Warner Bros TV. The bromantic comedy centers on Danny (Chris D’Elia) and Justin (Brent Morin) — two very different guys who are bonded by their common inability to attract women. This sounds just bad enough that it should have me hooked.
Yesterday was the 4th consecutive 4th of July Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest without Kobayashi. Catch up with him and why he's still holding out here.
PC madness continues as now two Big Brother contestants won’t have much to do when they leave the BB house. EW.com reported that Aaryn Gries was dropped by her modeling agency as a result of her racist comments on the show’s live Web feed; now, another housemate suffered the same fate. GinaMarie Zimmerman is a former beauty queen who coordinates pageants for young women — or that’s what she used to do: East Coast USA Pageant Inc. told EW in a statement Wednesday that she had been let go because of her comments.
Jewel has finally been tapped as a judge on a singing competition. Too bad it's The Sing Off , which you're not going to watch.
Buzzfeed asks whether or not smoking weed and watching television hurts America. The article is actually an interview with former Entourage star Adrian Grenier and his new documentary, How To Make Money Selling Drugs, about the war on drugs.