PIC: 30 Rock Reveals NBC's Programming Strategy
· Thursday's very funny edition of 30 Rock featured a very funny -- and timely -- sight gag about NBC's programming priorities in the wake of their merger with Comcast. Er, Kabletown. Click ahead to see Jack Donaghy's pie chart, and stick around for more Buzz Break.
· Speaking of NBC comedies: Good news on the ratings front for Parks & Recreation and Community. [TVLine]
· You might be excited about Cameron Crowe's We Bought a Zoo, but I'm excited for his Pearl Jam documentary. "I just saw a rough cut," bassist Jeff Ament tells Rolling Stone. "It was so f*cking weird seeing footage of stuff I didn't know anybody was taping at the time. The whole movie is Cameron's love letter to us - but it's equal parts complimentary and really painful. It shows our growing pains and some real bad times, including Roskilde [the 2000 Danish festival where nine fans were trampled to death during the band's set]. It was just really hard to watch." As fan, I'm hoping it's delightful to watch! But I know what Jeff means. [Rolling Stone via The Playlist]
· A film adaptation of the Spike show Deadliest Warrior could be on its way to the big screen, and Shawn Levy is involved. [Deadline]
· Producer Frank Marshall has your update on the sequels to The Last Airbender and Indiana Jones. "There are no updates on INDIANA JONES or LAST AIRBENDER..." Thanks, Frank! [@LeDoctor]
· Don't forget: Roger Ebert's At the Movies premieres tonight on PBS. Check your local listings for time and schedule.