You're already on Twitter following Ryan Seacrest for breaking celebrity news and Conan O'Brien for... well, who isn't on Team Coco? Right? But are you following all of TV's top tweeters? Whether you're tickled by the comedy stylings of Community's Joel McHale or want to spar with Grey's Anatomy boss Shonda Rhimes, we've picked out the small-screen's most essential and thrown them into one handy list:
Teachers at Walnut Grove Secondary School
Ever wish Glee's Mr. Schuester was your high-school teacher? The students at Walnut Grove Secondary School got a glimpse of what it could be like.
To celebrate the holidays, the staff at the British Columbia school put on a skit lip-synching to Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'," complete with choreography and coordinated outfits.
Watch as they stun their students in the video below.
Stephen Baldwin, Kevin Costner
Stephen Baldwin has sued Kevin Costner over securities fraud and misrepresentation, claiming that the Dances with Wolves star tricked him into selling shares of a company that has technology to separate oil from water, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In a lawsuit filed in Louisiana federal court with Spyridon Contogouris, Baldwin says that Costner and his business partners made a lucrative deal with BP for his oil-filtration system, then bought out Baldwin's and Contogouris' shares while keeping them in the dark about the sale to BP.
Michelle Williams says she still can't find meaning in the death of her former fiancé Heath Ledger.
In her first network TV interview since the actor's death in 2008, Williams tells Nightline's Cynthia McFadden that she's "found meanings around the circumstance, but the actual event...I still can't find it."
Hulk Hogan is recovering from a 10-hour back surgery just a week after his wedding, E! News reports.
"Going for broke in six hrs. rollin all the marbles, I bet on me..I love all u maniacs! Se all u guys soon," Hogan tweeted on Tuesday.
Although The Vampire Diaries' Sara Canning was shocked to learn her character Jenna had to stab herself, she says it was a catalyst for an important revelation.
"As soon as she's in mortal danger is when [the others] realize Katherine's not screwing around here and they need to take her really seriously," Canning told TVGuide.com on a recent visit to the show's set.