Set your DVR's. Tonight, Lecrae is poised to bring a performance from the current number one album in the country to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. It's the first Christian hip-hop performance on The Tonight Show (though not the first Christian act: Switchfoot, Third Day and For King & Country all performed back when Leno was running the show). Lecrae will be joined by Rose Byrne and Billy Crystal who are both pretty entertaining interviews themselves so, all told, it's a good night to watch Fallon ... Discuss

Well, well, well. Not one week after we declared the Camden family to be one of our favorite depictions of Christians in television, they decide to all get back together for the first time in eight years to reminisce about good times and good TV. All our old pals. Well, almost. There's no sign of Mackenzie Rosman (Ruthie) who is probably still too young to appreciate the importance of family dinners ... Discuss

Lifetime’s new film Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever has found it’s voice talent, and they couldn’t have picked a better actor. According to TV Guide, the one and only Aubrey Plaza will voice the internet’s crankiest cat in the upcoming made-for-TV movie. Grumpy Cat hits the small screen this November ... Discuss

One of the last decade’s most-beloved SNL performers is headed back to the late-night comedy show—for at least one night that is. On October 11, Bill Hader and musical guest Hozier will be featured on the show as a lead up to Hader’s new movie The Skeleton Twins. As Vulture notes, considering Kristin Wiig also stars in the upcoming film, there’s probably a good chance Hader won’t be the only SNL alum making an appearance ... Discuss

As part of the build up to the MLB playoffs on TBS, Bryan Cranston has created this video about a fake one-man, baseball-themed theater show. Sure it’s six-minutes long (which is basically an hour in internet time), but watching Cranston channel his inner sketch comedian is totally worth it ... Discuss

Comedian Michael Che, who has been a correspondent on The Daily Show since this summer, will be the next anchor of Saturday Night Live’s "Weekend Update" segment. SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels admitted to Vulture that the legendary faux-news bit "struggled to find an identity last season," and said that Cecily Strong—who co-anchored with it Colin Jost—would only be featured in traditional sketches. Che, who will co-anchor "Weekend Update" with Jost in 2015, is the segment’s first ever African-American host ... Discuss