Courtesy: Mia Michaels
So You Think You Can Dance: One teensy, tiny, kinda crucial bit of information not mentioned in yesterday's SYTYCD preview? Mia Michaels is back, baby! Everyone's favorite judge and choreographer will be back in action this season and reclaiming her throne seat at the judges table.
In case you've blocked out this painful memory, the Emmy winning Michaels departed her SYTYCD gig suddenly last October, devastating fans and contestants alike.
Also just announced via Nigel Lythgoe's increasingly informative Twitter page is the name of season seven's first all-star, and the lucky dancer is...
Twitch! "I am thrilled that representing the various dance genres of Popping, Locking, Krump etc in the All-Stars Dance-Pool from Season 4 is TWITCH," Nigel tweeted just moments ago.
The next name will be announced tomorrow, right after the SYTYCD mastermind meets with High School Musical's Kenny Ortega to discuss "some really exciting ideas" for future projects. Oh, Nigel, have we told you lately that we love you?
Friday Night Lights: In less exciting news, NBC has pushed back the premiere of our beloved small-town footballing series by one week. No reason was given for the swap, but FNL will now return Friday, May 7 at 8 p.m.
Castle: If you think you can handle the hotness that is Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic—and we warn you, it's pretty smokin'!—you must take a peek at ABC's supersexy new promo for Castle. It's any Beckett fan's dream come true!
Bad News for Melrose Place? We just kicked off our annual Save One Show campaign, and while Melrose Place is still alive and kicking and a very real contender in the competition, this news doesn't bode well for the floundering CW series. Jessica Lucas, aka Melrose's Riley, has joined NBC much-talked-about pilot Friends With Benefits. Sons of Tucson's leading guy Tyler Labine has signed on to NBC's True Love pilot opposite Minka Kelly and Jason Biggs. For what it's worth, Sons is an SOS contender as well.
Lost: Here's a fun little Lost factoid to send you on your merry way. The cost of running a 30-second ad during the series' insanely anticipated finale is...wait for it...$900,000! Come on, Coca-Cola, that's chump change.
Click through our Lost: The Final Season gallery for scoop on who's coming and who's going!