Kevin Hart will Serve as Roastmaster at Justin Bieber Roast

Norman Weiss

Kevin Hart will serve as roastmaster at Justin Bieber Roast
Says Hart: "I don't normally do roasts but I had to step out for my guy Biebs…It's his big 21. It's about to be operation roast everyone's ass."

Walton Goggins joins Danny McBride as a vice principal on HBO's Vice Principals
The "Justified" alum will be joined by Boardwalk Empire's Shea Whigham, who'll play Busy Phillips' husband.

How a bakery-goods chain hooked up with Better Call Saul
The series premiere has resulted in a tie-in promotion, even though last night's placement wasn't paid for.

Better Call Saul creators explain the premiere shocker
"We said, 'Something has to go wrong,'" says Vince Gilligan. PLUS: Introducing the Suzuki Esteem -- Saul's sad-sack car, and the premiere's most Breaking Bad moments.

Watch the trailer for Showtime's Happyish
The dark comedy starring Steve Coogan, Kathryn Hahn and Bradley Whitford starts out with the words: "It's not the pursuit of happiness that's our problem, it's our inability to accept when we have maxed out." A previous pilot was shot with Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

Tim Allen to visit Cristela
A crossover episode with "Last Man Standing" will air later this month.

Grammy Awards struggled with being too serious
"It was a night for everyone to trot out their nicest outfits and their soggiest ballads. And B.Y.O. gospel choir," says Chris Richards. "Too many of the evening's nearly two dozen performances felt leaden, maudlin or both. Younger artists tried to sound old while older artists struggled to sound young." PLUS: Grammys return to a 6-year low in the demo, Kristen Wiig danced to Sia, Kanye West pretended to storm the stage when Beck won, and was Paul McCartney forced to sit down?

Katie Couric: I'm not interested in taking over for Brian Williams
"Any rumors about me and NBC completely untrue," Couric said, reacting to a report that she was willing to take over if Brian Williams exits NBC News. PLUS: "NBC Nightly News'" ratings have taken a hit during this crisis.

The Walking Dead's latest casualty: Showrunner wept when delivering the news
Scott Gimple, "teared up, literally, and I thought, 'OK, this is real' and I said 'wow, wow, wow' about 25,000 times," says "The Walking Dead" star. PLUS: This was a gorgeous, unsettling return, and Gale Ann Hurd on last night's developments.

Why Joan Rivers was snubbed during Grammys "In Memoriam" segment
Rivers, who released many comedy albums throughout her career and who won a posthumous Grammy last night, didn't make the cut due to a "very difficult decision," says recording academy president Neil Portnow. He says of 300 deaths in the recording industry, the ceremony only had room for 40 names.

Could NBC's Constantine jump to Syfy with a new name?
There is talk of reviving the sci-fi series under the edgier name Hellblazer.

Honda to sponsor Community
Yahoo has signed the automaker to be the presenting sponsor for the next season.

AMC launches a contest to remix the Mad Men pilot
The first episode has been chopped up into 154 clips, which fans can put together as part of a "Fan Cut" contest.

Agents of SHIELD bringing back Jaimie Alexander
She'll reprise her Lady Sif role on the March 10 episode.

Reba McEntire is having a Reba reunion on Baby Daddy
She'll guest with former co-star Melissa Peterman in an upcoming episode.

James Corden releases a One Direction promo
The Late Late Show host is joined by the real boy band for his latest promo.