Could Katie Couric join "The View"?

The NY Daily News reports that if/when "Katie" is canceled, Couric could end up replacing Barbara Walters when she retires.


Conan O'Brien made his "Late Night" debut 20 years ago today
On Sept. 13, 1993, Conan O'Brien replaced David Letterman, beginning an unlikely journey through late-night, with a writers' room that included Louis CK, Robert Smigel, Bob Odenkirk and Dino Stamatopoulos (AKA Star-Burns from "Community"). Conan famously overcame his first rocky years, which included Howard Stern throwing him a cancelation party and roasting him with a puppet in 1994. To mark the 20th anniversary, Conan looked back at some of his famous "Late Night" bits, from Pimpbot 5000 to Clutch Cargo. PLUS: Watch Conan's 1st "Late Night" Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 3, featuring John Goodman, Drew Barrymore and Tony Randall.


"Sons of Anarchy" creator blasts the Parents TV Council

"I would imagine these are not evil people," says Kurt Sutter. "But they are just not very intuitive or intelligent individuals. It's such a small and simple view of process. The fact that people want to be monitoring what my children watch is terrifying. There is no awareness of what is the bigger objective of that episodes, the bigger point of the narrative. And to me that's a really simplistic, dangerous view of anything, never mind the creative process."


Report: Selma Blair threatens lawsuit over "Anger Management" dismissal

According to TMZ, Blair is claiming wrongful termination.


"Burn Notice's" series finale, explained
Creator Matt Nix talks about the events of last night. PLUS: Will there be a spinoff? Was the final season too heavy?


"SVU" to tackle the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal

The "Law & Order" franchise is set to rip the former New York City mayoral candidate from the headlines, but with a Hispanic candidate.


Jimmy Kimmel puts his wife in a sketch with Jake Gyllenhaal
What happened when Jimmy lost his wedding ring?


Watch a preview of "Parks and Rec" in London with Heidi Klum

Here's the first promo of the one-hour season premiere.


Ranking Aaron Sorkin's work

From worst to best ("The West Wing").