Jenny McCarthy: I already have a new show lined up
McCarthy pretended she wasn’t fired from “The View” during her return this morning. “After much consideration,” she said. "I’ve taken a new job that will allow me to do what I do best, which is talk without having to interrupt anyone."

“American Gladiators” is getting a modern makeover
"It's a little darker, more intense, more serious,” exec producer Arthur Smith says of the revamped “Gladiators,” which NBC briefly brought back in 2008. "It's a little less red, white and blue. And there's no spandex. Spandex has left the building."

Miley Cyrus’ NBC “Bangerz” special bombs
Just 2 million watched last night’s two-hour special. PLUS: Miley lacked the compelling energy that made her VMA performance so interesting.

How “Community” was saved — with its $2 million/episode budget intact
Sony tried everything including trying to see if its own streaming service Crackle could rescue “Community” from cancelation. But Yahoo stepped up to the plate at the last minute. With its budget intact, expect “Community” to look the same next season. But guest-stars like John Oliver and Jonathan Banks won’t likely be around, since they have other gigs.

Did “The Simpsons” predict Neymar's World Cup injury?
An April World Cup-themed episode apparently predicted the future. PLUS: Clint Dempsey visits Letterman on Wednesday.

Joan Rivers not sorry for walking off of a CNN interview
"Trial. Every question was an accusatory one designed to put me on the defensive,” Rivers says of her chat with Fredericka Whitfield.

Why “True Blood” should kill everybody off
An ending where everybody dies would be a perfect way to finish the HBO series.

Comedian transforms “Breaking Bad’s” 6 seasons into a 60-minute stage show
American comedian Miles Allen, known for appearing on YouTube as a “Homeless Man” who does “Breaking Bad” impressions, will perform his act at the Edinburgh Fringe festival.

Australian soap “Neighbors” is coming to Hulu
The long-running series will premiere next week with a cameo by Paula Abdul.

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.