Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Kanye West
The 56th Annual Grammy Awards (Sunday, 8/7c, CBS) features an impressive number of A-listers competing for music's top honors, but they might need to watch out. There's a fierce group of new contenders nipping at their heels. So can Kendrick Lamar beat Kanye West? Will Lorde continue her "Royals" reign? Check out our predictions below and tell us your picks for the big prizes.
Christina Ricci, Clea Duvall
Was legendary ax murderer Lizzie Borden nothing more than a cold-blooded killer? That's the basis for Lifetime's latest film, which stars Christina Ricci as the titular woman standing trial for the murder of her parents.
While there are countless theories about Borden's crimes — including that her father Andrew Borden's illegitimate son committed the murders or Lizzie committed them during an epileptic fit brought on by menstruation — Lizzie Borden Took an Ax seems happier sticking to the general consensus that Lizzie did the deed.
Donald Glover, Danny Pudi
Even though we knew it was coming, last week's Community dropped a major bomb on viewers: Troy (Donald Glover) was leaving Greendale to sail Pierce's boat around the world in order to get millions of dollars (and become a man, or whatever).
"I thought that the writer's did a really great job of working it into the script in a really interesting and still very sentimental way," Alison Brie tells TVGuide.com of Glover's decision to exit the series. And according to the actress, who plays Annie on the NBC comedy, Thursday's episode will act as an "amazing farewell" to Troy.
ABC has renewed Wipeout for a seventh season, the network announced Wednesday.
For the first time ever, winners from each episode will be brought together for a "Tournament of Champions" at the end of the season to compete for the title of Ultimate Wipeout Champion.
Days of Our Lives
NBC has renewed long-running soap Days of Our Lives through September 2016, the network announced Wednesday.
Daytime Emmys update
"Days of our Lives continues to be a fan favorite for the daytime audience and we are thrilled to keep it going through its 50th season," said Jennifer Salke, President of NBC Entertainment.
Bill Cosby is returning to NBC for a new family comedy, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The network is developing a half-hour comedy featuring Cosby as the patriarch of a multi-generational family. According to Deadline, which first reported the news, Cosby is once again partnering with producer Tom Werner, who produced The Cosby Show.
Jake Johnson, Zooey Deschanel
Two writers are going to court accusing Fox's New Girl of "blatant plagiarism" of their pilot script.
According to the lawsuit (obtained by The Hollywood Reporter), Stephanie Counts and Shari Gold claim the comedy is ripped from their script Square One. In addition to money and credit, they are demanding a "public apology" and an injunction to halt further filming and distribution of the popular series.
Amy Lee and her husband Josh Hartzler are expecting their first child, the Evanescence singer announced on Twitter.
"Ok I can't keep it a secret anymore-I've been working on a very special new project for 2014-A BABY! Josh and I are expecting! I'm so happy!" Lee wrote Saturday.
NBC has decided not to move forward with the Murder, She Wrote reboot staring Octavia Spencer, Deadline reports.
However, the network plans on trying to find a different way to reimagine the amateur sleuth series, according to the report.