“Hannibal” will try the split-season approach for Season 3
Bryan Fuller says Season 3 will combine two seasons. “Two separate stories that’ll have two finales and so you get two seasons for the price of one,” he says. PLUS: Eddie Izzard will return via flashback, Clarice is part of a two-year plan, and watch the blooper reel.

Chris Carter: “There certainly have been conversations” about reviving “The X-Files"
Carter notes that he’s “very friendly” with Fox’s new bosses.

“Project Runway” is a lesson in today’s fashion world, despite failing to launch a true fashion star
Sure, Christian Siriano has found success. But he is the outlier, says Robin Givhan. She notes that “Project Runway” has "offered a nuanced tale about what success means in today’s fashion industry, why it is so difficult and why it mostly has nothing to do with having one’s name up in lights — or on the New York Stock Exchange.”

Jimmy Kimmel cracked Obama jokes on the night the president was supposed to visit
“He’s here in town to go to fundraisers, where he will spend the evening  pretending to care about what celebrities think,” Kimmel said at the top of his monologue last night. “I feel like the president only comes to LA for money. He’s like a college student who comes home to do laundry and steal food from the refrigerator.”

Craig Ferguson: I’d be willing to do another talk show, but not right away
“I would do another one. I just don’t want to do this one anymore,” the “Late Late” host tells Larry King.

“Sleepy Hollow” unveils an Oculus Rift experience at Comic-Con
Experience the CW series in 3D.

“The View” media attention hasn’t done anything for the ratings
The ABC daytime talk show is actually down this July compared to last year.

“True Blood’s” Nelsan Ellis blasts Luke Grimes for quitting over gay role
“You quit your job because you don’t want to play a gay part? You make a big statement when you go, ‘I don’t want to play this part because it’s gay,” Ellis says. “You just made a statement, and it has ripple effects.”

Check out “The Walking Dead’s” Comic-Con booth
“Glenn go to terminus."

A “Sharknado 2” app will change the lighting in your room while you’re watching
The audio cue track translates on-screen action into ambient lighting effects. PLUS: Tara Reid really believes a “Sharknado” could happen in real life.

The Venezuelan “world’s tallest slum” used on “Homeland” last season has begun evicting squatters
The Torre David skyscraper was used in Season 3 to torture Nicolas Brody.

Watch Tatiana Maslany fight zombies as “Shaun of the Dead”
The “Orphan Black” star once went to a convention to meet the cast of “Shaun of the Dead."

Eric Stonestreet: I refused to take a picture with Rick Santorum
The “Modern Family” star didn’t like the conservative politician’s stance on gays.

Comedy Central unveils "The Meltdown With Jonah and Kumail”
The standup showcase hosted by Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani gets the post “@midnight” slot.

Former Kate Gosselin nanny details the eavesdropping, plus the strict rulebook
"When Jon called the kids on the phone, Kate said to us nannies, ‘You are Kate, so always listen in on the phone calls,’” says the anonymous nanny.

Ricky Martin joins “The Voice” in Mexico
He was previously a coach on “The Voice Australia."

CBS signs a deal with author James Patterson
The long-term deal comes as a CBS is adapting his “Zoo” book.

Norman Weiss has been doing TV Tattle since the week "Freaks and Geeks" was canceled. He is a Hollywood outsider who was born and raised in Hollywood. "American Idol" and "Dancing with the Stars" are broadcast 2 blocks from his high school.