— Rogers has reached a 12-year broadcast agreement with the NHL worth $5.2 billion which will see the media giant take hold of CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada, which will then be sublicensed back to the CBC in addition to TVA Sports. Rogers will air the games on Sportsnet and City. The deal with CBC will be valid for four years and no word yet what will happen to the broadcasting personalities (Don Cherry and Ron MacLean). Also no word yet on how many Canadiens games will air on RDS. Rogers also retains all streaming rights while TSN will still be able to air clip shows.
— Vince Gilligan told GQ that while Jesse (Aaron Paul) may have got away in the Breaking Bad series finale, the authorities would have been able to ID his fingerprints and try to find him.
— Surprise! Family Guy‘s Brian might not be so dead after all.
— Kanye West explained why he let Keeping Up with the Kardashians producers film his proposal to Kim. “I felt like this is a moment she would like to have and would like to share, and just have that documented.”
— Adam Brody will guest star on New Girl in early 2014 as Berkley, Jess’ ex.
— James Franco is heading to Broadway. He’ll appear in a revival of Of Mice and Men along with Chris O’Dowd (The I.T. Crowd, Girls).
— MSNBC has cancelled Alec Baldwin‘s Up Late.
— Dianna Agron (Glee) channels some of Brandon Flowers‘ looks in the new The Killers video for “Just Another Girl,” which appears on their greatest hits album, Direct Hits. The video is a real treat for fans and features the returns of some familiar faces including Tokyo’s biggest Elvis impersonator from “Ready My Mind” as well as Michael Steger (90210) and Devon Aoki from “Bones.” Check it out: