Lunch Break Links: Mad Men meets 30 Rock, plus Jackson 5 reunion too good to be true

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Yeah, that Jackson 5 reunion sounded too good to be true.

I'm sad to report that Fox has finally canceled King of the Hill, one of the most under-appreciated shows on TV (including by me) and the all-time "That's still on?" champion. But Hank and the gang will still be around for a while; the series will wrap up with a 13-episode run next season.

Wow, Soulja Boy. I don't know if I've ever heard a dumber quote than this one.

Idolator offers seven potential heirs to Ozzy Osbourne's "Prince of Darkness" throne.

Some British band wrote a song about killing famed music writer Michael Azerrad.

Cutty from The Wire is starring in a new comedy from the creators of It's Always Sunny.

EW is doing a bracket game to find the scariest movie of all time. Meanwhile, AV Club has been digging through the stacks of recent horror flicks looking for a new classic.

The Guardian wonders if we've seen the last of double albums.

We conclude with Coldplay's new video for "Lovers in Japan."