The New York Daily News is reporting that Britney Spears has been offered $12 million to extend her two-year residency at Planet Hollywood’s Axis theater. In fact, they want to see her continue the Las Vegas show until at least Christmas 2016. "Britney Spears has been a great success for the company and will be extended, if she wants to do it, and I cannot see why not,” Caesars Palace President Gary Selesner said. "She has been filling out the place every night." He added, "She has a good life, coming in on private jet. She has a villa upstairs at Caesars and really enjoys it here -- so why wouldn't she stay?"
It looks like Comedy Central has found a successor to Stephen Colbert. The New York Times reports that Larry Wilmore, billed as "Senior Black Correspondent" on The Daily Show, will take over for Colbert when The Colbert Report host heads to CBS for The Late Show. Wilmore's show, which will debut in January following Colbert's departure from Comedy Central in December, will be entitled The Minority Report.
Mad Men’s Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm, is the latest character to be immortalized in wax at Madame Tussauds museum in New York City. Hamm and his longtime partner Jennifer Westfeldt decided to celebrate the honor by taking a series of hilarious selfies with the wax figure. Because, what’s better than one Don Draper? Two, of course.
It’s almost time to say goodbye to Parks & Recreation. NBC announced on Saturday that the popular show will come to an end after it’s upcoming seventh season. Speaking about the fate of the show in April, show runner Mike Shur told The Hollywood Reporter, "The idea that we're nearing the end is part of what gave us the courage to do something like jumping ahead in time. We know we don't have to sustain it for five years. It's a move you do when you know that the show is nearing the end of its run." The show, which currently stands as NBC's longest-running comedy, will be returning for its final run next year in the middle of the season rather than the fall.
The Black Keys release Turn Blue. Co-produced by Danger Mouse, the duo’s eighth studio album finds them returning to their more guitar-focused roots. Canadian electro-funk duo Chromeo release their fourth studio album, White Women, featuring hit singles “Over Your Shoulder” and “Jealous (I Ain’t With It).” Xscape, the second posthumous compilation album from Michael Jackson, hits stores and digital outlets. Meanwhile, Dolly Parton will release her 42nd studio album, Blue Smoke. And Rascal Flatts debut Rewind, the group’s ninth studio album.
Dancing With the Stars on ABC (American icons night; guest judge Ken Ortega)
Mike & Molly on CBS (After Peggy's bathtub falls through the ceiling, Mike wants Peggy to go to a doctor)
The Voice on NBC (The remaining artists perform)
24: Live Another Day on Fox (Kate continues her search for Jack; after a devastating attack, President Heller gets ready to address Parliament; Margot proves she will do anything in order to get revenge)
Sex Sent Me to the E.R. on TLC (With added facts and bonus scenes; a young couple's trip to the grocery store to spice things up; newlyweds with bad luck; a tryst in the shower sends one pair to the emergency room)
Bizarre Foods on Travel (Skinning a muskrat; beaver chili; stir-fried rat.)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (What can Triple H and Evolution possibly do to The Shield next?)
David Letterman: Harry Connick Jr., Jesse Eisenberg
Jimmy Fallon: Louis CK
Jimmy Kimmel: TBA
Craig Ferguson: Angela Kinsey, Samantha Shannon, Dan Boulger
Seth Meyers: Chris O'Dowd, Emma Roberts, M.I.A.
Daily Show: Dr. Martin Blaser
Colbert Report: Glenn Greenwald
Chelsea Lately: Magic Johnson
Conan O'Brien: Will Arnett, Ryan Hamilton
Watch What Happens Live: The ladies of "The Talk"