Letterman to stick around through 2015
"The Late Show" host's contract was set to expire next year, but David Letterman will stay on through at least August 2015, when he'll be 68. This means Dave will have a full year of battling the two Jimmys, Fallon and Kimmel, at 11:35. "There is only one Dave, and we are extremely proud that he continues to call CBS 'home,'" said CBS boss Les Moonves in a statement. PLUS: CBS' extension quiets succession talks while allowing Dave to distance himself from Jay Leno.


Sarah Silverman & Topher Grace will play siblings on HBO

Patti Lupone will play their mom in "People In New Jersey" from producers Lorne Michaels and Paul Feig.


Star Jones is set to star on a legal talk show
The former "View" star would be one of five panelists on the proposed syndicated legal project.


"To Catch a Predator's" Chris Hansen has shot a syndicated talk show pilot

The former "Dateline" star is pitching a daily syndicated show with a true crime focus.


"Nikita's" final season kicks off Nov. 22
The final season will air over six weeks.


Check out "Freaks & Geeks: The Game"
What if the NBC comedy classic was a retro video game, where you had to control Lindsay Weir?