• James Corden is taking the Late Late Show to London with three back-to-back shows broadcast from the historic Central Hall Westminster in June.
  • DreamWorks Animation’s Baby Boss grabbed an estimated $49 million at the box office last weekend, unseating Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, which collected $47.5M during its third weekend as its domestic gross rose to $395.5M.
  • Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are writing, directing, and producing a movie adaptation of The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman’s long-running comics series Invincible.
  • Renewed: Falling Water (USA), Colony (USA), A Series Of Unfortunate Events (Netflix).
  • Canceled: Man Seeking Woman (FXX), Kingdom (AT&T).
  • Keeping Up With the Kardashians producers Bunim/Murray Productions is teaming with Pele and his manager Paul Kemsley to develop a limited series based on the soccer icon’s life.
  • NBC greenlit Genius Junior, a game show testing the smarts of brilliant children, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.
  • Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is quitting to take the lead NFL analyst job with CBS, replacing Phil Simms.
  • Amazon won the streaming rights to NFL Thursday Night Football.
  • In a perplexing name change, Yahoo will merge with AOL to form a new Verizon-owned business called Oath.