Today's talk you might've missed:
- Lindsay Lohan's OWN reality show now has a premiere date, although the trailer is apparently on hold for a while. You can catch Lohan's "journey through recovery" on Oprah Winfrey's network starting March 9. [EW]
- Stressing about getting Coachella tickets? You can relax just a bit, as it looks like OutKast is going to extend its reunion throughout 2014. The duo are also set to headline New York City's Governors Ball. [Rolling Stone]
- Lifetime's "Flowers in the Attic" remake - you know, the one starring "Mad Men's" Kiernan Shipka - is creeping closer, and the network has released an extended trailer to get you ready for the January 18 event.
- All the more reason to find our way down to SXSW: the "Veronica Mars" movie is going to premiere there. [LAT]
- Miley Cyrus can't stop - or won't stop - working. The singer, who's preparing to embark on a tour next month, is now the new face of Marc Jacobs.
- Now that Universal is planning to "retire" Paul Walker's "Fast & Furious" character, word has it they may have found a replacement in "Homeland" star Rupert Friend. [MTV]
- Rihanna may or may not be a fan of "Girls," but it is clear that the singer isn't a fan of the show using her music. When the HBO hit tried to secure RiRi's "Talk That Talk" last season, she turned them down - and they went with Icona Pop's now ubiquitous "I Love It" instead. [HuffPost]