Today's talk you might've:
Neil Patrick Harris initially downplayed reports that he was an option to host CBS' "Late Show" after David Letterman retires, but it turns out the actor really was a potential replacement.
"Yeah, I was (in conversation with CBS)," Harris told Howard Stern on his radio show. "Not in conversation like, about to make a deal. But they called me in and sat me down and asked if that would be something I'd be interested in doing, because I have a good relationship with CBS from 'How I Met Your Mother.'"
Now that she's rumored to be dating a football player, all eyes are on Olivia Munn's personal life.
According to Us Weekly, the 33-year-old "The Newsroom" actress has moved on from her relationship with actor Joel Kinnaman to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
This fall, The CW is introducing a new superhero to the small screen.
The network has announced its 2014-2015 schedule, and has added new series "The Flash" to Tuesday nights.
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