+ Comedy Central has picked up the rerun rights to "30 Rock," starting in Fall 2011. I look forward to being caught in an infinite Liz Lemon rerun loop. To further celebrate, check out this interview with Scott Adsit, aka Pete Hornberger of "30 Rock" legend and fame.
+ I hadn't heard about NBC's new series, "Day One," until I stumbled on this promo for it. The show is about an apocalyptic event told from the point of view of residents of a southern California condo complex...which immediately makes me think "Melrose Place" on the day the Earth stops producing hair products. The promo kind of makes me think that too; check out earnest guy at 1:15 in the clip. Kinda hilarious:
+ ABC is doing a new series called "Eastwick" based on John Updike novel, The Witches of Eastwick. I've never liked John Updike's work so I'm okay if the network wreaks havoc with this particular piece of literature. I'll chalk it up to karmic payback for the mysogyny of four Rabbit novels.
+ io9 has an interesting essay on whether or not Torchwood is finally becoming better than Doctor Who. I've been hearing great things about the "Children of Earth" series running in the UK right now so may the quality tide finally has turned.
+ Did you know you can pick up the entire "Freaks and Geeks" DVD box set for an insanely cheap price right now at Amazon? It's true!
+ And finally, a gorgeous picture. Shot by a South Carolina photographer named Brandon Pendred, it's the winner of the natural world category for the annual Smithsonian Magazine photo contest. It makes me think of the first moment when our primordial ancestors picked up their
There's a nice article on the photographer and what prompted the photo here.