Today's news you might've missed:
Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk weren't crazy when they decided to send "American Horror Story's" second season to the asylum.
Not only was Wednesday's premiere considered to be an improvement over last season, but the ratings have seen a boost as well.
Joaquin Phoenix may have turned in a critically praised performance in Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master," but it seems he's hoping he doesn't get any awards recognition for the role.
Speaking with Elvis Mitchell for Interview magazine - a profile that calls Phoenix's role in "The Master" "a triumphal return to the movies" - the 37-year-old actor says he's just not into that whole "awards circuit" thing.
We so hope Drake is somewhere recreating the music video for "HYFR," because this is a reason to celebrate!
The 25-year-old rapper/actor, who (in addition to his music) is famous for portraying Jimmy Brooks on "Degrassi: The Next Generation," is now a high school graduate in real life.
And he did it with high scores, to boot: "97 percent on my final exam. 88 percent in the course. One of the greatest feelings in my entire life," Drake posted Wednesday. "As of tonight I have graduated high school!"
He added in a sweet show of gratitude, "Thank you to my teacher Kim Janzen for spending the last 5 months working tirelessly with me!! OVO SOUND."
Miley Cyrus said on "Chelsea Lately" Wednesday night that she was a huge fan of Honey Boo Boo, to which we respond: how could one not be, when she does such an excellent reading of Christopher Walken's work?
After Walken joined his fellow "Seven Psychopaths" stars on "The Screen Junkies Show" last week and did a reading of lines pulled from TLC's "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," the reality star and her mom agreed to do a little Walken.
Wednesday night's season premiere of "Suburgatory," one of the most underrated comedies on TV, saw Tessa's return home to Chatswin after a summer in New York, and Dallas and Noah fighting over Carmen the nanny.
There was plenty here to love, but the Shay family subplot was extremely "well-played," as Lisa Shay might say.
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