— Last night’s series premiere of The Flash was The CW’s highest-rated series launch since The Vampire Diaries in 2009.
— Fox is eying a live-action X-Men series!
— Star Trek 3 cameo rumours have angered William Shatner.
— All Jennifer Lawrence wants in a boyfriend is someone to “watch TV” with… Sign us up!
— Days of our Lives star Freddie Smith (Sonny) was involved in a really bad accident yesterday. They’re saying speed and alcohol may have been a factor.
— MTV has renewed Awkward for a fifth and final season.
— Don’t worry! NBC’s Say Anything TV series is dead after Cameron Crowe and John Cusack strongly objected to it.
— Meanwhile, ABC is developing a TV show based on Uncle Buck. The 1989 John Hughes film starred John Candy was later remade for television in 1990 (and starred Kevin Meaney).
— American Horror Story: Freak Show’s Jessica Lange is just like the rest of us… When it comes to Glee star Lea Michele that is.
— Super Channel will premiere The Missing, a co-production between the BBC and Starz. Premiering on Wednesday, November 26 at 10 p.m. (about a week after its debut on BBC One and Starz), the series stars James Nesbitt, Frances O’Connor and Tcheky Karyo. The 8-episode hour-long thriller is about the disappearance of a five year-old boy while on holiday in France, which sets off a manhunt that will last for years and years to come.
— Seinfeld and Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus will receive the Charlie Chaplin Britannia Award for Excellence in Comedy later this month. Past recipients include Ben Stiller, Sacha Baron Cohen and Betty White.
— Jay Leno could soon return to television – he may land a CNBC primetime show about his love of cars.
— Jimmy Fallon weighed in on the pro’s and con’s of joining Ello on last night’s episode of The Tonight Show: