Scientists have determined that the only thing cuter than Zooey Deschanel on "New Girl" is a baby panda on a boat of gumdrops. And that gets old after like five minutes. Advantage: Deschanel!
Ben McKenzie stars in "Southland" as a rookie cop in L.A. All we have to say is that it's the best drama on TV & Ben McKenzie please marry us? Even if you say no, your show is still awesome.
Japandroids new album is Celebration Rock. Japandriods have the best robot/place combo name since Cyboregon.
James Franco stars as the Wizard in "Oz: The Great and Powerful." No matter what his character would do, we'll have to make sure James comes out from behind our curtain.
Robert Kirkman created "The Walking Dead," so we plan on forwarding him all our therapy bills for getting constantly freaked out by it.
Brit-born Jamie N. Common's new album is called Rumble and Sway, which we still can't believe isn't Cockney rhyming slang for something dodgy.
Halle Berry stars as a driven 911 dispatcher in "The Call." We predict a rash of dumb calls to 911 asking to talk to Halle.
In "The Ben Show," Ben Hoffman seeks life advice from strangers on the street. Basically, it's like in-person Yelp.
The always-fantastic Aimee Mann's new album is Charmer. Please note it is NOT about the breakfast cereal leprechaun. But if anyone could write about sugary mascots, it'd be Aimee.
NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson is educating the world on HIV awareness and the importance of getting tested. He's like a teacher with a mean slam dunk.
Thandie Newton stars in "Rogue" as an undercover cop who's fallen in love with a crime boss. The word "awkward" doesn't even begin to cover it.
Not only is Langhorne Slim a great alt-country musician, his name would make a great ladies' cigarette from the 60s. His new album is The Way We Move.